Spring Breakers Movie Quotes  

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"Spring Breakers" movie quotes follow the story of four girls seeking something different on their spring break trip who get that and a whole lot more. The thriller movie was written and directed by Harmony Korine and competed for the Golden Lion at the Venice International Film Festival. "Spring Breakers" also was previewed at the 2012 Cannes Film Festival prior to its March 22, 2013, theatrical release in the United States.

In "Spring Breakers," four girls, Faith (Selena Gomez), Brit (Ashley Benson), Candy (Vanessa Hudgens) and Cotty (Rachel Korine), are bored with their college lives, especially when they're left alone on campus while everyone else is away on spring break. They want to head out on a wicked adventure on the beach like everyone else but have no money to do so. As a means to an end, the girls decide to rob a fast food convenience store for cash then flee to the beach for fun in the sun.

It's not soon after they arrive and begin partying that the girls are arrested for drug possession. Surprisingly, they are soon bailed out by a local drug lord who goes by the name Alien (James Franco). Alien takes a liking to the girls and soon invites them into his world of drugs, crime and lavish living. This is certainly more than a typical spring break, as they wanted, but it pushes them to explore limits they never thought they would.

While "Spring Breakers" might appeal to a certain type of crowd, there are many others in theaters for all audiences such as "Olympus Has Fallen," "Admission," "The Croods," "Upside Down," "Ginger & Rosa," "The Call," "The Incredible Burt Wonderstone," "Emperor," "Dead Man Down," "Oz: The Great and Powerful," "Stoker," "Phantom," "Jack and the Giant Slayer," "Dark Skies," "Snitch," "Beautiful Creatures," "Escape From Planet Earth 3D," "A Good Day to Die Hard," "Side Effects," and "Identity Thief."
How Are We Gonna Get Enough Money?
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Faith: "All I know is I'm not going to sit here another day. How are we gonna get enough money in time?"
Brit: "I don't know."
Candy: "We're the only ones still here on spring break."
Brit: "Just get that cash, pretend like it's a video game. We can do this."

The four girls, Faith, Brit, Candy and Cotty are faced with a problem. They want to go on a spring break trip but they don't have the money to do so. Their solution: Commit robbery then flee to the beach for a spring break trip they'll never forget.
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Who Are You?
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Faith: "Who are you?"
Alien: "My name's Alien. My real name's Al but truth be told, I ain't from this planet, y'all."
Cotty: "Alien?"
Alien: "What they call me"
Cotty: "Why are you here?"
Alien: "I saw y'all in there. You look like nice people. Thought maybe I'd bail you out."
Cotty: "Why?"
Alien: "Why not? Come on, y'all. Why you acting 'spicious? Get in."
Brit: "Where are we going?"
Alien: "Go wherever y'all want"
Faith: "Cotty!"
Alien: "Got the right idea. Come on. I'll be your chauffeur. Y'all can be Beyonce."

After Alien bails the girls out of jail, they are quite curious why he decided to help them and confront him about this after their release. He doesn't act like this is too strange of a happening and invites the girls to be chauffeured around by him like Beyonce.
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You Girls Is Different
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Alien: "I knew y'alls special from the moment I saw you. It's written on your faces. You girls is different from the rest. Y'all are my motherf****** soulmates. Let's cause some trouble now."

Alien tells the girls that they are special to him, something he noticed from the very start. He can see they want a different kind of memorable spring break adventure and are ready to provide them with just that.
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Everybody's So Miserable
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Faith: "I'm tired of seeing the same thing. Everybody's so miserable here because they see the same things everyday, they wake up in the same bed, same houses, same depressing streetlights, one gas station, grass, it's not even green, it's brown. Everything is the same and everyone is just sad. I really don't want to end up like them. I just want to get out of here. There's more than just spring break. This is our chance to see something different."

Faith complains about their boring college lives where everyone is so miserable due to the monotony. She wants more than a simple spring break trip, she wants to do something different. What she gets however might be more than she asked for.
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