Zombies of Calabasas

by Leonard Pierce

Sofia Coppola, after an initial period of wunderkind delight, seems to have settled into the role of a director that people want to like more than they actually like her.  She followed up the very good The Virgin Suicides with the great Lost in Translation, but that was chased by the problematic Marie Antoinette and the downright frustrating Somewhere; now, she dips her toes in the world of contemporary crime drama with The Bling Ring, which, even if it weren’t sidled with a terrible title and the most hideous credit graphics outside a workplace training film, would still have a lot of problems.

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