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After being harassed by paparazzi photographers incessantly, leading to a tragic accident with his family, a rising actor takes it upon himself to eliminate the threat they present.
Starring Cole Hauser, Larry Cedar, Tom Sizemore... View more >
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Sep 3, 2004
Predictable plot and characters. The actor that played the detective watched too many Columbo episodes.
Sep 5, 2004
Sep 6, 2004
Enough action and plot to keep you interested.
Sep 11, 2004
'Paparazzi" is a film that came out of the death of Princess Diana some seven years ago. Now some seven years later, there's a film that doesn't do much in honor the princess. An upcoming actor is harrassed by the Paperazzi, until an accident has injured his family. This is a terrible film that doesn't do much to the film. Even Princess Diana is forgotten. ""paparazzi" is a dreadful made for TV nightmare.
May 23, 2005
Paparazzi has all the makings for a good revenge flick, but it comes out more like a made-for-TV movie. Perhaps it would have been better if it had been allowed the violence that an R-rating would have allowed, perhaps not.
It's not a bad movie, but it's not a very good one either. Rentable, but just barely worth the cost and time.
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