Kurt Loder Reviews Spring Breakers and The Incredible Burt Wonderstone

d099springbreakers Kurt Loder Reviews Spring Breakers and The Incredible Burt Wonderstone

After 20-some years of MTV beach marathons and
another 16 of harder-core Girls Gone Wild sex-and-sand
videos, director Harmony Korine is coming very late to the great
American Spring Break bacchanal with his new movie Spring
Breakers. And you have to wonder why he bothered, writes Kurt
Loder, since he has nothing interesting to say about it—unless you
feel that some foggy noodling about the Dark Side of the seaside
frolics on view is somehow different from the dire warnings that
worried parents have been imparting to their vacation-bound
offspring for many, many years. ;
The Incredible Burt Wonderstone, on the other hand,
passes up any number of opportunities to be much funnier than it
is. Steve Carell and Steve Buscemi are a team of top Las Vegas
magicians—Burt Wonderstone and Anton Marvelton are their
unflinchingly fakey names—who’ve been headlining at a big casino
theater for 10 years. They’re stars on the Strip, but their act has
grown stale, and conflict soon arrives in the person of Steve Gray
(Jim Carrey), a preening street magician who represents a new, more
hard-edged breed of performer. View this article.

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Kurt Loder Reviews Spring Breakers and The Incredible Burt Wonderstone

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