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on 14 May 2017
Extremely dull.
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on 4 July 2017
Loved everything about it, just like Sofia's other movies, very entertaining with good music.
Film is based on a real event in Hoolywood, a gang of young girls and a guy stealing from rich celebrates like Paris Hilton .......
A must see film, very colourful and with great joy.
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on 20 June 2017
great
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on 27 June 2017
Absolute waste of time
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on 26 May 2016
Lacked substance, very disappointing.
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on 24 May 2017
Sophia Coppola has managed to write a really boring film & then managed to extract even more boring performances from the entire cast. If only double negatives made a positive in film reviews.
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on 1 March 2017
Excellent
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on 23 April 2017
fascinating look at the shallow lives of los angeles hi flyer wannabes interesting that stems from true story,
( if the whole lyndsey lohan link is true then these kids could have planted that necklace in her house?? unless she on camera stealing from shop of course don't know the story.)
interesting new style coming from the coppolas personally I loved it and think it will be cult classic. reminded me of the film about the kids who had the epic party that went viral. a cool number. how culture is changing but still people want what the top dogs have, but now get e-fame.!!!
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on 18 April 2017
Banal, no meat, routinely lacks tension, but has lots of routine. Because it's based on a true story it doesn't even include formulaic boy girl relationship dynamic. It's as interesting as the people it depicts, and the most interesting thing about them is how shallow and unthinking they are. It's so weakly scripted that they need a voice over interivew with two of the protagonists to explain what is going on 'why do you think Rebecca was obsessed with these girls?'. It made me think Sofia Coppola is thick. A lot of the time you feel like a scene is just there to fill time. SLIGHT SPOILER: There is one good scene when they find a gun and one of the girls starts wielding it without knowing if it's loaded. It's horribly tense, and she is very annoying. And that's the best bit of the film. No wit at all. No beauty (which I expected of Coppola). So little style and you just end of wondering why they bothered making it.
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on 20 September 2013
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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