A stoner poet named Moondog (Matthew McConaughey) is a beloved local icon in the Florida Keys where his days are filled with drugs and debauchery paid for by his rich wife Minnie (Isla Fisher). Moondog's free and easy lifestyle gets him in trouble with the law, with a rehab center, with his literary agent (Jonah Hill) and even with his daughter Heather (Stefania LaVie Owen) on her wedding day. Written and directed by Harmony Korine. Snoop Dogg, Zac Efron, Martin Lawrence and Jimmy Buffett co-star.~Kaitlin Elise Miller
I like almost all of the McConnahey movies , but this one was a little on the rough side! We have a man(McConnahey) who stays looped all the time and when his wife does he has write book to claim his part of her fortune! He travels from Key West to Miami (where his wife is snacking up with SnoopDog). It's got its laughs, but should be restricted to 18 an over!
Very happy to see the speaking roles of my friends in this movie. Congrats to David Bennett as Homeless Phil, Jo Marie Payton as Judge, Debra Cohen as Tourist Mother (Debra Stacy Cohen), John Morris as Cash Register Guy, and Sharon Pfeiffer as Sexy Older Woman. And good Extra work for my friends Van Banoovong as the Drug Rehab Patient, Tom Dodson as the Pulitzer Prize Guest, Frenchi Firecracker as the Drug Counselor, Grant Koo as the Groom, and Laurel Levey as the Nurse! They all contributed positively for this movie!
Kids gummo Spring Breakers if u don't like those movies you won't like this one it's just a mindless good time that I enjoyed and McConaughey play Moondog like he's been there before a role his was born to play alright alright alright
Beachbum is like a train wreck, really bad but you just have to watch to see what happens. Maybe a few adult beverages before watching would make this movie make more sense. With that said, we bought it because Jimmy Buffett was suppose to be in it, and he was in a few scenes. Over all it's about some strange character who just wants to live life in a way that brings a smile to his face and words to his poetry.