A documentary that follows a billionaire couple as they begin construction on a mansion inspired by Versailles. During the next two years, their empire, fueled by the real estate bubble and cheap money, falters due to the economic crisis.
In the final credits, Katy thanks to all her #KP3D Twitter fans. 25 of her Twitter fans received a "very special thanks" credit. See more »
In one scene, Katy Perry is seen receiving an award at the 2011 American Music Awards before the film cuts to a backstage scene of Lady Gaga supposedly congratulating her, despite the fact that the latter artist did not attend that awards show. (The backstage scene actually takes place at the 2011 MTV Europe Music Awards.) See more »
I got an ass like Nicki Minaj in this one.
[bounces her butt up and down playfully]
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If you must miss one movie this year let it be this one. Lets be honest, the rating has been adjusted by dedicated Katy Perry fans "upping the ante" - there is no substance to the movie, which has been created by nothing other than self publicity and a wish to make money - I was astonished to find that this film had actually made a profit! I personally did not enjoy the movie, I find Perry annoying in the extreme, vapid and un-entertaining. Her concert scenes rely more on spectacle than talent and she must worship daily at the shrine of the inventor of auto tune.
If you have money to spend, spend it on a Mcdonalds cheeseburger, it will be more memorable, better value for money and whilst it may make you fat it won't rot your brain the way this move will Stick to "singing" Perry and leave the film making to the professionals. Pop star biographies are rarely entertaining based as they are on self promotion, however this one plumbs the depths.
I truly regret that I was required to even give it 1 point
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