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'Spring Breakers' Trailer: Crime! Bikinis! James Franco Looking Like a Real Turd!

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Here's the trailer for Spring Breakers, the film in which cult director Harmony Korine shifts somewhat toward the mainstream with the always-popular inclusions of James Franco and hot, sexy coeds wearing nothing but bikinis.

A Disney Channel-experienced group of Vanessa Hudgens, Selena Gomez, Ashley Benson, and Rachel Korine star as (best?) friends stuck alone in their deserted college, unable to afford the sunny locales where the rest of their class is getting drunk and date raped over the spring break holiday. So, they decide to rob a convenience store--"pretend it's a video game," one of them says, confirming our moms' fears--thus funding the kind of wild vacation they'd dreamed of since the first time they heard the desperate screaming of an MTV Spring Break special.

Unfortunately, then they end up in jail and seemingly bailed out by "Alien," Franco's Svengali with grillz, whose serpent-like braids seduce the girls into following him into even more dangerous criminal acts, and what looks like a small-scale gang war with Gucci Mane. I hope everyone makes it back for their public relations and hotel management classes!

And here's the French trailer, which is less linear and includes a crude drawing of a dick. Exotic!

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