Harmony Korine is the sort of man you’d want to avoid if you bumped into him in a dark alleyway, judging by the skewered imaginings he brings to life on the silver screen. From films about sex-crazed criminal teens, like Spring Breakers and Kids, to his unfinished documentary Fight Harm (yup, the one which features Harmony being brutally beaten over and over again), there’s definitely a lot worth knowing about this controversial writer-director. And we’re here to provide all of that knowing on a silver platter…
Disney angels turning seedy Hollywood. That’s been the primary hype surrounding Harmony Korine’s latest R-rated project. And it’s a shame really, because this is much more than just teen queens in bikinis behaving as you’ve never seen them before; this is a dissection of a generation and an expose on the psychedelic trip that is Spring Break.
Gomez shows that young pipsqueak Biebs what he’s missing.
Perverts of the world, rejoice!
In a month that’s already overcrowded with supernatural themed animations, Hotel Transylvania is the runt of the litter. Frantic, over-manic direction, a severe dearth of laughs and a predictable plot are bad enough, but when you factor in Adam Sandler trampling all over proceedings and doing another Stupid Fucking Voice, then you’ve really got problems.
Adam Sandler’s voice is unfortunately still part of Adam Sandler
Does that mean she has to wear an underwired nightgown when Dracula comes through the window? That always happens in Transylvania. They give you underwired nightgowns instead of rubbish dressing gowns in the hotels.
It’s Saturday morning – you’d planned to get up early and make the most of the day, but instead you hid under the covers until quarter to eleven like a shut-in with a passion for snuggliness. You’re such a failure. But never mind – if you’re not going to experience the world first-hand, you can just catch up on the best of the week’s movie news with our regular round-up!