Gomez plays the pointedly named Faith, who is part of a Christian sect and the college friend of Candy (Hudgens), Brit (Benson) and Cotty (Rachel Korine, the director’s wife).

She’s known them for years, she tells her skeptical evangelical cohorts; these girls are good people.

----------------------CREDITSAll music composed, orchestrated, produced, mixed, and mastered by KELLY ANDREW.


There they are bailed out by Alien, who takes them on as his posse in a turf battle with archrival Archie (rapper Gucci Mane).

Faith sees the light and heads for home, another girl takes a bullet, and the remaining pair turn out to be gunslingers of the most violent order.

His music has been very well received by the industry including the support of many local, national, and international radio stations, song contest nominations, numerous Top 10 charts on Zone Music Reporter , and numerous positive reviews and awards.

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It’s a canny mixture of satire and sell-out, if there’s even any difference between the two in a movie age where excess and irony have become incestuous twins.

Selena Gomez plays the pointedly named Faith, part of a Christian sect and friend of the girls who pulled the robbery.This 2009 film showed young renegades in old-people masks doing rude things, including purporting to have sex with a trash bin, to live out their motto of “Make it, don’t fake it.” Trash Humpers at least had the artistic courage of its own lunatic convictions; Spring Breakers revels in its shimmering sham. The humpster-in-chief here is Franco, who lends Alien an insane, intoxicating level of commitment that he couldn’t quite manage as the Wizard of Disney’s gargantuan epic.When Alien sits at his grand piano and plays Britney Spears’ “Everytime” as the girls cavort in pink ski masks, Spring Breakers nearly achieves the sense of delirium it wants to instill in its gawkers.“Don’t be scared,” the girls tell themselves before the big heist. Pretend you’re in a movie.” (MORE: TIME’s Cannes review of Kids) ; and that it’s a satire of the whole genre — indeed, of the American dream of sex, drugs, rock ‘n’ roll and eternal nubility.But the movie, the most accessible in the oeuvre of the 39-year-old who really was an back in the early ’90s, has too much fun exploiting the milieu it may mean to be mocking.He signed Franco for the Alien role and corralled three young graduates of well-scrubbed TV shows — Selena Gomez, from the Disney Channel’s Wizards of Waverly Place; Vanessa Hudgens of Disney’s High School Musical films; and Ashley Benson of the ABC Family Channel’s Pretty Little Liars — to dance around in skimpies.