This image released by Neon shows Matthew McConaughey, left, and Snoop Dogg in a scene from "The Beach Bum." (Neon via AP)
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Matthew McConaughey is at his dirt bag finest as a good-time Charlie stoner-poet named Moondog in Harmony Korine's "The Beach Bum," a bizarre and transfixing carnival of vulgarity and vice.It's hard not to stress just how strange a movie "The Beach Bum" is, although anyone familiar with Korine's other films, "Spring Breakers" probably being the most mainstream of the batch, won't be all that surprised.By the time you get to meet Martin Lawrence's Captain Wack, Moondog and the film have truly checked out of planet Earth and settled entirely on this other dimension.There is a lot of fun to be had living in Moondog's world for 95 minutes, and the film goes down suspiciously easy for something so ugly and amoral.
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