Here's a film about four very jaded college girls---bored with everything---school, life, the future, their friends, themselves---who want something more. Weaned on the pop culture paparazzi excitement of today, from the likes of Britney Spears, Paris Hilton, Lindsay Lohan, and Miley Cyrus...and mega-violent video games and movies, these girls want to FEEL something from life other than the dull numbness of daily existence and "following the rules." In short, they wanna BREAK THE LAWS...All of them! When they come up financially short for a coveted spring break trip to the excesses and beaches of Debauchery, U.S.A., they decide to supplement their money by committing armed robbery at a local diner! Funds secured successfully, they head on down to sun and surf land, where they pop their pretty tops, binge drink, snort cocaine off each other's beautiful breasts, twerking and grinding and fornicating with boys (and themselves) until their heads spin as the lights and sounds of their pleasure blur into a kaleidoscope of repetitive sights and sounds that are amazingly sterile and joyless, if the continually mannequin-frozen neutrality of their expressions can be interpreted. Busted and jailed for partying too hard in a hotel room, our heroines are bailed out of jail by James Franco, playing a very scary gold-toothed drug/arms dealer that spots the potential the gals have. That potential includes being sucked into his lucrative world of all the money and drugs you could ever want and getting them not only to break bad, but to murder some of his rivals. Shot in the psychedelic style of Peter Fonda's THE TRIP morphing with Michael Mann's MIAMI VICE TV show on acid, including repetitive shots, lines, and distorted imagery, this movie is one crazed, original, sickening ride down depravity lane, showing just how far our sad culture has backslidden in terms of what is defined as "fun", "exciting", and "meaningful" for our young people, as interpreted through what they absorb in today's definition of pop entertainment. Read between the lines and you'll find this movie to be a misunderstood masterpiece that revels in the very wickedness that it attacks. Definitely the NATURAL BORN KILLERS for this generation, see SPRING BREAKERS with an open mind, and be prepared to think and reflect back on it.