sexta-feira, março 15, 2013

Hollywood Buzz #198

O que se diz lá fora sobre SPRING BREAKERS, de Harmony Korine:

«Just about every charge of social negligence leveled at SPRING BREAKERS can be countered with an arch claim of intent, which makes it at once playful and wearying; enjoyment is contingent on how little you're willing to fight it.»
Guy Lodge, Variety.

«In SPRING BREAKERS [Mr. Korine] bores into a contested, deeply American topic — the pursuit of happiness taken to nihilistic extremes — but turns his exploration into such a gonzo, outrageously funny party that it takes a while to appreciate that this is more of a horror film than a comedy.»
Manohla Dargis, The New York Times.

«It has hypnotic visual style and a dense, driving soundscape. But it’s also too monotonous and thematically empty to be seriously provocative.»
David Rooney, The Hollywood Reporter.

«Harmony Korine's first 'mainstream' movie, SPRING BREAKERS, is by far the best thing he's ever done.»
Owen Gleiberman, Entertainment Weekly.

«Fitzgerald’s influence could have crept in there by osmosis, and whatever other charges you want to level against SPRING BREAKERS – such as incoherence, plotlessness, salaciousness and mind-numbing monotony – it has no lack of high concept.»
Andrew O'Hehir, Salon.

1 comentário:

O Narrador Subjectivo disse...

Grandes elogios. Estou curioso, mas nunca gostei muito do Korine.