Plus, we hear why more than one celeb wants to be snowed in with Idris Elba. Each quarter-hour becomes progressively worse, and I began to suspect that the the movie was covertly funded by the clergy in an effort to turn youth away from sin. I have to say it started off pretty slow and boring, and the story only really starts to pick up after you've watched halfway through. I understand that there are probably a lot of 'deep' factors in this film that a lot of critics are going to obsess over, but personally, I couldn't overlook the ridiculousness of some moments enough to appreciate that other side of the film. An allegory of our depressed, mostly materialistic, youth culture and it's mutation into a self destructive acid wave.
Isn't that just it though?
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Is Everywhere This content is available customized for our international audience. I highly recommend seeing this when they throw it on Netflix in the coming months just to see what this generation deems a "6 out of 10" or above. Outside the plot are various scenes of spring break partying, drug use, and one scene where Franco fellates the silenced handguns of two of the girls. To sum it up, this was an extremely underrated movie, mostly watched by a lot of dumb teens and young adults who thought it was just going to be another Hollywood style flick starring old Disney actresses who want to break their image, but instead of that they got a weird art-house film that didn't follow the "rules" of the filmmaking industry and therefore disappointed them because it wasn't particularly funny in the way that most films are, and it showed sex, drugs and violence in a real, strange, and too explicit way for them to enjoy. I thought that since this movie had a lot of well known actors like James Franco, Selena Gomez, Ashley Benson, and Vanessa Hudgens that it would have some sort of quality but I was wrong.