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The Bling Ring 2013

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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 Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video)

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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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By Lola TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 6 Aug. 2013
Format: Blu-ray
I love the films Sofia Coppola comes up with! I saw "The Bling Ring" last night and was not disappointed - it is a funny, shifting, tongue-in-cheek on the mark portrayal of the madness of the celebrity obsession. The obsession that results in a feeling that we know people in the public eye, and have a right to invite ourselves to their homes. And this is what happens, a posse of adolescent middle-class LA girls and their gay friend (brilliant Israel Broussard portraying a young adult who is embracing his gayness, his performance is flawless) embarked on a thieving extravaganza, targeting homes of the celebrities next door (Paris Hilton, Orlando Bloom, Lindsay Lohan et al). Time after time, they broke into celebrities' abodes and tried on stuff, innocently bagging a bracelet or two. Those "trips" continued and the thieving escalated with the amount of publicity their gang received. As their sense of cautiousness disappeared, they started to bag as much bling as they could carry away, occasionally taking Ferraris for a ride (returning them in time of the lawful owner's return back to LA). Until, of course, they got caught and were put behind bars. For real.

As the credits started to roll (to yet another great piece of music!), a couple of girls behind me voiced their opinions: "What was that about? Completely pointless..." I felt smug. God, I felt energised and elated after the film, a bit like after watching a fine thriller. The whole experience felt like a good thriller to me - I was at the edge of my seat, tensed and a couple of times literally holding my breath (the gun scene?!).

The film is very well made. Cinematography is beautiful. There are numerous scenes that are stunning and well thought through (the night driving, when we see just the road ahead? the car crash scene?
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This film is pretty awful

One hour in and there's still the same overused footage of bad actresses stealing shoes and handbags. Nothing is happening, it's very dull and the story line is close to cringing.

Don't waste your time
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This film had so much potential. Emma and Taissa are amazing and Sofia Coppola's other movies are so good. I mainly watched this film as the virgin suicides is one of my favourite films and I also love Taissa in ahs. The problem with this movie is that it's so boring- it has a bad storyline, the scenes are awkward, unnecessarily long and the camera angles are boring- just some music in the background could have made it better and less strange to watch. The actors in this film were not the problem- they were all very good, its the script, the directing and the editing. Even without the best storyline this film could have been good but it was horrible- don't bother.
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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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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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