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The Bling Ring 2013 Subtitles

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In the fame-obsessed world of Los Angeles, a group of teenagers take us on a thrilling and disturbing crime-spree in the Hollywood Hills. Based on true events, the group, who were fixated on a life of glamour, tracked their celebrity targets online and stole more than $3 million in luxury goods from their homes. The victims included Paris Hilton, Orlando Bloom and Rachel Bilson.

Starring:
Katie Chang, Israel Broussard
Runtime:
1 hour, 30 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Drama, Crime, Comedy
Director Sofia Coppola
Starring Katie Chang, Israel Broussard
Supporting actors Emma Watson, Claire Julien, Taissa Farmiga, Georgia Rock, Leslie Mann, Carlos Miranda, Gavin Rossdale, Stacy Edwards, G. Mac Brown, Marc Coppola, Janet Song, Annie Fitzgerald, Lorenzo Hunt, Timothy Starks, Rich Ceraulo, Joe Nieves, Nelson Rockford, Doug DeBeech
Studio Studiocanal
BBFC rating Suitable for 15 years and over
Captions and subtitles English Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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By $apphire TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 27 April 2015
Format: DVD
For someone who knows a bit of the true story on which it is based, the movie absolutely puts no new perspective on the facts themselves or the members of the Bling Ring. The script consists of an extremely redundant succession of burglaries, punctuated by a few excerpts from interviews which unsubtly try to explain the motivations of those teenagers. The plot lacks substance, there is almost no dramatic tension, and even the atmosphere, one of Coppola's work's most appealing aspect, has trouble establishing itself and carrying away the viewer. The movie gets boring quite quickly and after an hour,you just lose interest.4/10
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I really enjoyed watching this on a rainy afternoon. I thought the films director could have done better, the editing was a little strange as well. A lot of screen time is spent on watching people jump up and down and dance in nightclubs rather than developing and explaining the true life events that the story is based on.

Its worth a watch if you have nothing else to do. I'm glad I saw it and equally glad that I watched it for free on Amazon rather than paid for it at the cinema.
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By Charles Vasey TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 25 April 2015
Format: DVD
This is a clever film about people who have taken superficiality to the next level. The desire to thieve is clearly strong in these airheads, but so is the desire to possess beautiful things owned by the beautiful people, there was on odd innocence in their larceny especially its lack of difficulty and their lack of nous in hiding it. At time it seemed to be CLUELESS gone horribly wrong. It ends much as one would expect, there are few surprises.
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Boring.

The premise is: a group of teenagers rob celebrity homes. The film is: a group of teenagers rob celebrity homes (with barely any dialogue, suspense or intrigue - did this film even have a script?) Could have cut the entire film down to 5mins because that's about how long you can suffer through this before your attention wanders. In fact, just watch MTV cribs if you're so desperate to see the inside of Paris Hilton's house.
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If you've read the amazon synopsis of this film, you probably don't really need to watch it, as that's pretty much it for plot. I've seen and liked the director's previous work, but this is such a thin storyline, it's just like a fashion shoot on steroids - pretty girls draping themselves in jewellery and clothes. The characters are sadly under-developed, so you don't really have any strong feelings for or against them.
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The Bling Ring is certainly Sofia Coppola's most entertaining feature film if not her greatest. Perhaps because she's a female film director she seems to produce great performances from actresses - Scarlett Johansson (Lost in Translation) Kirsten Dunst (Virgin suicides & Marie Antoinette) and in The Bling Ring Emma Watson, (Emma Watson has a future career as an actress if she wants one). The movie (based on fact) is about a group of young people, mostly girls, who go around Los Angeles casually entering celebrities luxurious homes and stealing their fabulous possessions - that's nearly it, a simple storyline but the films cinematography is brilliant, its glittering surfaces superb. The acting also scores especially the girls - Katie Chung, Taissa Faminga, Emma Watson, and Claire Julien make the empty headed morons they play seem likeable and memorable. Although as I've written there's not a great deal of story, the movie (not a multiplex exhibit by the way) stands up well to repeated viewings, and comes over as intelligent and very unusual. 23rd December 2013 Michael P Crouch.
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Nothing happens. A group of characterless human shaped lifeforms rob a house (which, despite being owned by a rich person, has zero alarms or security) and then drunk/drug drive. Then they do it again. And then about five more times in a row. It's like it's all filler. There's a scene where the bloke smokes crack and stands up and sits down repeatedly sort of dancing that legitimately lasts nearly a minute. Nothing in this films serves to advance the plot because there isn't one. Speaking of things that are absent from this film, the script appears to have been a one sentence document that read "speak like an LA type faux cool trendy emotionless robot" because all anyone says is "that's so ill" and "you look hot" with such a lack of effort. Calking it wooden would be an insult to wood.

Maybe it's unfair to judge a film that I didn't even watch all the way to the end, but I think the fact that I could not bear to watch a single second more speaks volumes.
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By The Movie Guy TOP 500 REVIEWER on 20 Sept. 2013
Format: DVD
Marc (Israel Broussard) is the new kid in school. He is an average guy who is befriended by the light fingered Rebecca (Katie Chang). He goes along with her antics as he gets to hang out with her, her hot friends, and do drugs. It isn't long before things escalate as their inner circle of friends desire to partake in the robbing of celebrities.

The celebrities post their schedule so everyone knows when they are out of town. Using Google and Google Earth their homes are easy to pinpoint and it seems their security is less than my broken window double-wide guarded by feral kittens.

The film, like the event, makes a statement about when consumerism and celebrity society collide. I found the film amusing in that regard. After they rob Paris Hilton for the third time, someone asks, "Won't she know?"

Someone answers, "She's Paris."

When Rebecca gets arrested she asks, "Did you talk to any of the victims?"

Officer: "I talked to all the victims.

Rebecca: "Really? What did Lindsey say?"

It is a film that is hard not to like while shaking your head. The film could have been better if the celebrities who were robbed played the kids who robbed them and they diss themselves. I found the film entertaining and enjoyable.

Parental Guide: F-bomb, brief near sex, no nudity. Emma Watson showing off a great set of gams.
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