Confessions of a Shopaholic Movie Trailer

Somewhere in Hollywood, there’s a studio exec banging his head on his desk, wishing he had released “Confessions of a Shopaholic”, the movie based on the popular book series by Sophia Kinsella, in summer 2008. Now this movie just seems way out of touch. What do you guys think?

Confessions of a Shopaholic Trailer



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  1. shelbynovak says


    I don’t think it’s out of touch at all. It shows how people were just like her who bought everything and charged and now they are paying for it.

  2. Shefali says


    I’m totally excited! Can’t wait. I’ve read every single book in this series and by Sophie Kinsella.

  3. Biatchi says


    I think the movie is actually very well timed. The main character overspends and now has a ton of credit card debt to get rid of. I think it could be very encouraging to those out there who have gotten themselves in the same position. For everyone else, it should be a great movie (it’s a great book!).

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  4. Target-Addict says


    If it can be a “cautionary tale” to anyone out there maxed out on their credit cards, then I’m all for it.  I for one can’t see how anyone can live beyond their means, but then again, I guess that’s how I was raised.  I love fashion and shopping and buying nice things as much as the next person, but my parents drilled into me from Day 1 the importance of saving and keeping with my budget.

  5. SDTransplant says


    I like Isla Fisher and think she’s a great comedic actress, but why oh why did the screenwriters make her Becky Bloomwood American?  I was expecting a film made in the UK with a British-sounding actress and a bunch of stores whose names I didn’t recognize (and that was part of the appeal of the movie), but that’s not what we’re getting.  Also, I thought that Becky, while addicted to shopping, didn’t necessarily dress like a crazy person—what’s up with some of the clothes they have Isla wear in the movie?  Anyway, I still love the Shopaholic series and can’t wait to see this movie.

    I do agree with the other posters that this movie is well-timed in that many people will be able to relate to Becky’s overspending and will hopefully also be inspired to get out of debt.

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