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$ellebrity (2012)

Not Rated | | Documentary | 11 January 2013 (USA)
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Celebrity photographer Kevin Mazur gives an all access pass to life behind the velvet rope and in front of the camera.

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Celebrity photographer Kevin Mazur gives an all access pass to life behind the velvet rope and in front of the camera.

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Fame has its price.

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Not Rated

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There are 2 celebrities whos named Jennifer and born in 1969. Jennifer Aniston and Jennifer Lopez See more »

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Features The Dark Knight (2008) See more »

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Long Night Drone
Written by Alan Foreman and Roger Paul Mason
Performed by Ten Minute Turns
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IMDb please review the ratings on this movie carefully
28 January 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I, and others, are in agreement, considering this movie has been in limited release, that all the "1" scores are given by paparazzi trying to sink this movie, as one person stated. IMDb needs to step in and review this, and the fact that many of these reviews are coming from outside the US. This is a really good and interesting movie, and there is no reason, whatsoever, there should be so many "1" and "2" ratings.

It seems pretty apparent that the bullying tactics of paparazzi discussed in the movie are being used here. It's also apparent that they are scared, and they SHOULD be, because it's only a matter of time before legislation is passed, making what they do illegal, at least, in this country. When they said, "Life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness," they included everyone, not just non-celebrities. If we do not stop them now, they may feel they can shoot anyone they want in the near future. This needs to stop .... before someone else dies ... and I'm hoping California will be the first state to make it illegal, or at the very least, set strict laws and guidelines preventing most of what they do. If California needs $money$, then it'll be a good way to gather revenue.


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