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Adoro la Fama

Adoro la Fama
Adoro la Fama Rating: 63 out of 100 based on 30 reviews.
Interpretación
Stacy Edwards

Marc's Mom
Marc Coppola

Mr. Hall - Marc's Dad
Janet Song

Rebecca's Mom
Annie Fitzgerald

Kate from Vanity Fair
Lorenzo Hunt

Police Officer #1 (Nicki's)
Producción
Director:Sofia Coppola
Producer:Roman Coppola (producer)
Sofia Coppola (producer)
Emilio Diez Barroso (executive producer)
Youree Henley (producer)
Darlene Caamano Loquet (executive producer)
Paul Rassam (executive producer)
Fred Roos (executive producer)
Michael Zakin (executive producer)
Darren M. Demetre (co-producer)
Writer:Sofia Coppola (written by)
Nancy Jo Sales (based on the Vanity Fair article "The Suspect Wore Louboutins" by)
Valoraciones de Adoro la Fama
Groucho Reviews
Ripped from the headlines—or rather Nancy Jo Sales' Vanity Fair article "The Suspect Wore Louboutins"—Sofia Coppola's The Bling Ring delivers true crime with a dash of social satire.
One Guy's Opinion
They’re young, they’re stupid and self-absorbed, and they steal things from famous people. That’s pretty much the gist of “The Bling Ring,” the latest in Sophia Coppola’s series of films (“Lost in Translation,” “Marie Antoinette” and “Somewhere”)...
MediaMikes
Before I begin, I must say I’m not very well versed in the whole “Bling Ring” incident although I do remember when it happened. I also must point out that if you are well versed, the movie has changed the names of those apart of the the “Bling Ring”.
Leer crítica20 jun 2013
Sacramento News & Review
Writer-director Sofia Coppola gets into the caper game, aloofly, with this true tale of the rich club kids who in 2009 stole millions in flashy loot from Tinseltown celebrities. No doubt many a term paper soon will expound on the vapid American...
Leer crítica27 jun 2013
JoBlo's Movie Emporium
Like it or not, THE BLING RING is truly a film of our time. The advent of reality TV and social media has given us a generation of celebrities that are famous for nothing. People like Kim Kardashian, and Paris Hilton become stars (however fleetingly)...
Leer crítica19 jun 2013
Valoraciones de Adoro la Fama
Groucho Reviews
Ripped from the headlines—or rather Nancy Jo Sales' Vanity Fair article "The Suspect Wore Louboutins"—Sofia Coppola's The Bling Ring delivers true crime with a dash of social satire.
One Guy's Opinion
They’re young, they’re stupid and self-absorbed, and they steal things from famous people. That’s pretty much the gist of “The Bling Ring,” the latest in Sophia Coppola’s series of films (“Lost in Translation,” “Marie Antoinette” and “Somewhere”)...
MediaMikes
Before I begin, I must say I’m not very well versed in the whole “Bling Ring” incident although I do remember when it happened. I also must point out that if you are well versed, the movie has changed the names of those apart of the the “Bling Ring”.
Leer crítica20 jun 2013
Sacramento News & Review
Writer-director Sofia Coppola gets into the caper game, aloofly, with this true tale of the rich club kids who in 2009 stole millions in flashy loot from Tinseltown celebrities. No doubt many a term paper soon will expound on the vapid American...
Leer crítica27 jun 2013
JoBlo's Movie Emporium
Like it or not, THE BLING RING is truly a film of our time. The advent of reality TV and social media has given us a generation of celebrities that are famous for nothing. People like Kim Kardashian, and Paris Hilton become stars (however fleetingly)...
Leer crítica19 jun 2013
Fresno Bee
Her father, Francis Ford Coppola, has done so much to associate the family name with fine filmmaking, and she nearly wiped it out with one movie, "The Bling Ring."
Leer crítica19 jun 2013
Movies.com
There's a limit to how many times your ears can absorb the repetition of a meaningless verbal tic before it feels as though your entire listening apparatus has been shot up with novocaine. Add listless "vocal fry" to the mix, so that everything coming...
RedEye
Part of the triumph of “Spring Breakers,” the current, unexpected holder of the title “best movie of the year so far,” was its lack of judgment. Its characters engaged in all kinds of over-the-top behavior, but writer-director Harmony Korine never...
Leer crítica20 jun 2013
Richard Roeper.com
“Emma Watson is comedic gold”
Eric D. Snider
When a group of over-privileged, under-supervised L.A. teenagers steal millions of dollars in cash and property from celebrities like Paris Hilton and Lindsay Lohan, it’s easy to feel superior to everyone involved.
Mark Reviews Movies
It's only been about a decade since our culture began embracing the concept of celebrities who are famous simply for being famous. It, along with the influx of reality television, has led to a generation that not only imagines they can become...
Leer crítica21 jun 2013
NOLA.com
They say writers should write about what they know. And if there's one thing Sofia Coppola knows about, it's celebrity.
Leer crítica21 jun 2013
Screen Jabber
Imagine for a moment you’re partying at a hot Hollywood nightclub. A hot Hollywood nightclub full of blandly beautiful teenage girls. Everyone’s bored (and boring), everyone’s drinking umbrella drinks, everyone’s chopping up lines of ching, everyone’s...
New York Post
‘Let's go shopping!” — said by a teen girl as she casually steps into an unlocked celebrity home (Orlando Bloom’s) to help herself to whatever jewels and designer clothes catch her eye — is the new “We rob banks,” the shamelessly honest job description...
Leer crítica13 jun 2013
Las Vegas Weekly
Ever since The Bling Ring premiered at the Cannes film festival last month, debate has swirled around the question of writer-director Sofia Coppola’s privileged upbringing, coupled with her tendency to make films...
Leer crítica19 jun 2013
stltoday.com
When she was 18 she wrote her father’s segment of “New York Stories,” in which an adolescent girl romps in the Plaza Hotel. Luxury hotels are also the settings for “Lost in Translation” and “Somewhere.”
Leer crítica20 jun 2013
filmjabber
A group of teenage girls break into the homes of Paris Hilton, Rachel Bilson and Lindsay Lohan to steal their bling in The Bling Ring, the latest from director Sofia Coppola.
ComingSoon.net
While at first "The Bling Ring" may not feel like a movie that would be up Sofia Coppola's alley, once you realize her debut "The Virgin Suicides" was all about young people in high school and that this is territory she hasn't explored since then...
Reel Views
Watching The Bling Ring, Sofia Coppola's exploration of today's "celebrity culture," is an uncomfortable - bordering on unpleasant - experience. The problem isn't the depiction of the underside of America's celebrity obsession but the manner in...
Leer crítica24 jun 2013
HollywoodChicago.com
We live a celebrity-driven culture that not only easily dismisses when its celebutantes get DUIs but practically sees the occasion as a rite of passage. We follow gossip websites to the degree that we know the schedules of people who are famous just...
Leer crítica20 jun 2013
EFilmCritic.com
“The Bling Ring” feels like a superficial movie about superficial people, a bare-essentials chronicle of a true story that could only matter to a hollow culture that inspired it in the first place. If it were centered on a rash of robberies...
Leer crítica23 jun 2013
Susan Granger Entertainment Commentaries
Dazzled by the luxurious excess they see on television and in fashion magazines, the group is headed by ringleader Rebecca (Katie Chang), who befriends shy, socially awkward Indian Hills High School newcomer Mark (Israel Broussard), along with...
Leer crítica9 jun 2013
The A.V. Club
Most of Sofia Coppola’s films take an ambivalent attitude toward fame, but The Bling Ring tackles the subject from a slight remove. The movie opens with a nighttime robbery, as teens scale a fence and slip, ninja-like, onto what at first glance...
Leer crítica13 jun 2013
Entertainment Weekly
The Bling Ring, Sofia Coppola's acerbically arresting fifth feature, is a tasty contradiction: a clear-eyed, empathetic look at people the movie doesn't even pretend you can like. It's a true-life drama of American youth culture gone mad. Based on...
Leer crítica12 jun 2013
Shadows on the Wall
This film touches so realistically on today's youth culture that it's sometimes hard to watch. It sharply depicts teens who long to live the same high life as vacuous heroes like Paris Hilton. It's based on a true story.
Leer crítica2 jul 2013
MovieXclusive.com
Since her debut film “The Virgin Suicides”, and through “Lost in Translation”, “Marie Antoniette” and “Somewhere”, Sofia Coppola has been a divisive filmmaker lauded by some for her stylish dreamy mood pieces and criticised by others for being shallow...
Express.co.uk
That’s what the real-life airhead protagonists of The Bling Ring did - and now they have their very own movie.
Leer crítica4 jul 2013
Empire
Girls meets Ocean’s Eleven, The Bling Ring might be a film for right now rather than the ages, but Sofia Coppola’s heist movie is visually arresting, well acted, capricious fun.
canada.com
They were a group of Los Angeles teenagers who yearned for the good things in life, things like the shoes Paris Hilton wears, the Rolex watches Orlando Bloom has, and Lindsay Lohan’s designer dresses. And they were willing to do anything to get them...
Leer crítica21 jun 2013
TotalFilm.com
Sofia Coppola, who last explored fame’s downsides in Lost In Translationand Somewhere, hereturns a sharply unforgiving eye on today’s celeb-obsessed culture.
Leer crítica15 jun 2013
Interpretación
Taissa Farmiga...Sam
Leslie Mann...Laurie
Katie Chang...Rebecca
Israel Broussard...Marc
Emma Watson...Nicki
Claire Julien...Chloe
Georgia Rock...Emily
Carlos Miranda...Rob
Gavin Rossdale...Ricky
Stacy Edwards...Marc's Mom
G. Mac Brown...Henry
Marc Coppola...Mr. Hall - Marc's Dad
Janet Song...Rebecca's Mom
Annie Fitzgerald...Kate from Vanity Fair
Lorenzo Hunt...Police Officer #1 (Nicki's)
Erin Daniels...Shannon
Nina Siemaszko...Las Vegas Detective (female)
Halston Sage...School Girl
Maika Monroe...Beach Girl
Brenda Koo...Sarah
Joe Nieves...Police Officer (Rebecca's)
Rachelle Carson...Chloe's Mom
Patricia Lentz...Judge Henley
Rich Ceraulo...Police Officer #2 (Nicki's)
Linc Hand...Police Officer Arresting Rob
Stacey Turner...Female TV Reporter #2
Brian Gattas...Dogwalker
Marcia Ann Burrs...Grandma
Timothy Starks...Police Officer #1 (Marc's)
Michelle Alegria...Female TV Reporter #1
Doug DeBeech...Adam
Keenan Henson...Male TMZ Reporter
Nelson Rockford...Las Vegas Plainclothes Officer
Logan Miller...Kid at Party
Michael Yo...Male E-Interviewer
Marshall Bell...L.A. Detective #1
Isabel Lasker...Drunk Girl
Adea Lennox...Party Girl
Peter Bigler...Chloe's Dad
Chad Brannon...Water Delivery Guy
Zoe Sidel...School Girl's Friend
Cari Champion...Female TV Reporter #3
Bailey Coppola...Wasted Boy
Yolanda Lloyd Delgado...Rob's Mom
Brett Goodkin...L.A. Detective #2
Paris Hilton...Paris Hilton
Bobby Ashhurst...Police Officer #3
Karl Risinger...Police Officer #2 (Marc's)
Dale Champion...School Teacher
Kevin Spencer...Bedroom Police Officer #1
Kirsten Dunst...Herself (uncredited)
Deidre Arrington...Chloe's Lawyer (uncredited)
Nicole Alexandra Shipley...Club goer (uncredited)
Kevin Deon...Police Officer (uncredited)
Mark Heidelberger...Marc's Lawyer (uncredited)
Minn Vo...Club goer (uncredited)
Jennifer Shumaker...Rebecca's Lawyer (uncredited)
Ryan McCabe...Rebecca's Lawyer (uncredited)
Gabe Mendez...Chloe's Lawyer (uncredited)
Roald Smeets...Lars (uncredited)
Sam Egber...Teen Party Goer (uncredited)
Erika Stillwater...School Girl's Friend #2 (uncredited)
Rebecca Cook...Herself - Paris Hilton's friend (uncredited)
Lindsay Lohan...Herself (archive footage) (uncredited)
Producción
Director:Sofia Coppola
Producer:Roman Coppola (producer)
Sofia Coppola (producer)
Emilio Diez Barroso (executive producer)
Youree Henley (producer)
Darlene Caamano Loquet (executive producer)
Paul Rassam (executive producer)
Fred Roos (executive producer)
Michael Zakin (executive producer)
Darren M. Demetre (co-producer)
Writer:Sofia Coppola (written by)
Nancy Jo Sales (based on the Vanity Fair article "The Suspect Wore Louboutins" by)
Composer:Daniel Lopatin
Brian Reitzell
Cinematographer:Christopher Blauvelt
Harris Savides
Editing:Sarah Flack
Casting:Nicole Daniels
Courtney Sheinin
Production Design:Anne Ross
Art Director:Kevin Bird
Set Decorator:Sara Parks
Costume Design:Stacey Battat
Makeup:Alyson Black Barrie (key hair stylist)
Shelley Brien (department head hair)
Cheryl Marks (additional hair stylist)
Roz Music (makeup department head)
Shandra Page (key hair stylist)
Gillian Whitlock (key makeup artist)
Jose Zamora (hair stylist)
Production Management:Darren M. Demetre (unit production manager)
Stuart Macphee (post-production supervisor)
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