Mischa Barton

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Mischa Barton is not a fan of the film on everyone's minds at the moment, The Bling Ring.

The actress took to Twitter to vent her frustrations over the Sofia Coppola-directed film and didn't mince any words.

"The whole idea of this movie, granted, I haven't seen it, creeps me out #theblingring #undeserved," she said.

Barton was briefly named in the film, when one character makes a reference to Barton getting a DUI in 2008.

Barton also snapped at the director for the reference, saying, "Really #sofiacoppola #theblingring my name? Shame on you"

And it looks like Barton isn't the only one who is less than pleased with the new flick.

Paris Hilton, whose home is robbed in the film and was also the subject of burglaries in real life, told Elle magazine July issue that she's still reeling from the almost four-year-old break-ins.

"There much more to life than all these possessions and everything," she said. "And if you want those things, you're going to have to work yourself, just like I did."

Hilton also added that if she ever came face to face with those who violated her home, she wouldn't necessarily have a war of words ready to launch.

"I don't know what I'd do if I saw them. I'm not a confrontational person. But I would literally be like, ‘You guys need serious help. And I want my stuff back.'"

Ironically, the film's main star Emma Watson, follows Hilton's theory that there's more to life than material possessions.

The actress admitted to Teen Vogue that she only owns eight pairs of shoes!

That's right, only eight! Maybe she can shop around in Hilton's massive closet for an extra pair when she's in need?

We have to admire Watson for being honest and for being so thrifty with footwear although—knowing how stylish the Harry Potter star is—we'd bet the pairs she does own are out of this world fabulous!

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