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Quite an enjoyable true life movie about how a bunch of LA teens robbed houses of celebrities and sold their clothes jewelery etc.
It's hard to believe how naughty the kids were and how they got away with it for so long without gloves and masks.
The kids just walked into Paris Hilton's unlocked home and took things. The went into the homes of Orlando Bloom, Megan Fox, Lindsay Lohan too. Quite an interesting look at the celebrity obsessed culture of today and how too much personal information is available online like home addresses and travel schedules. It's lucky they were just after things and not some wackos wanting to hurt the celebrities.
The cast is quite good with Yin Chang from Gossip Girl and Austin Butler from Switched at Birth. Both are quite good in their roles. Jennifer Grey is quite good as a concerned mom - she's still a bit unrecognizable after her nose job.
Worth a watch.
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