Her credit card is declined, so Rebecca goes to a hot dog stand and offers to buy all the hot dogs with a check, if the seller gives her back change in cash, saying the scarf is to be a gift for her sick aunt.The hot dog vendor refuses but a man offers her .She works as a journalist for a gardening magazine but dreams to join the fashion magazine Alette.On the way to an interview with Alette, she buys a green scarf.Last August, the model split from boyfriend John Mellencamp ater nearly a year together.Foster, meanwhile, has been single since separating from Yolanda Hadid in Dec.There is an urge toward slapstick and klutzy behavior that seems misapplied and ought to have been resisted, and while Fisher can pull it off with her dignity still partly intact, it would have been better to have allowed her to be more real than cartoonish. But what is Ronny to do when, amid planning the perfect proposal for his girlfriend, he spies Nick's seemingly devoted wife in a lip lock with another man (Channing Tatum)? ''It is less a macho comedy than what you might call a bromantic melodrama, an unabashed weepie with enough beer, sports, fistfights and cars to reassure the snuffling he-men in the audience that their tears are not ... But in real life the field of forensics has few uniform standards and sometimes relies on unproven science. (ABC Family) CONFESSIONS OF A SHOPAHOLIC (2009) An advice columnist (Isla Fisher) at a financial magazine is, unbeknownst to her dishy editor (Hugh Dancy), drowning in debt -- and about to have her cover blown by a pesky collector. (Sundance) PUSH GIRLS They're sexy, ambitious and living with disabilities in Hollywood. (CUNY) THE STOLER REPORT Michael Stoler discusses the effect of gay marriage on the New York City economy with a panel that includes Ian Reisner, a principal in the Out NYC hotel, and Donald Frank, a matrimonial lawyer at Blank Rome. Els Dottermans portrays Danielle, Antonia's daughter, an introvert who isn't too shy to stab the village rapist with a pitchfork. se's tutor, with whom Danielle falls in love as she imagines her to be a living version of Botticelli's Venus.
At first glance, “Shopaholic,” which launched in print in the U. in 2000, would seem to test the limits of how far the temptations of shopping and the needless amassing of accoutrements can be fetishized.
Alongside a grade A supporting cast - including Joan Cusack, John Goodman and Kristen Scott Thomas - and with the dashing Hugh Dancy providing the obligatory chick-flick eye candy, Isla Fisher holds her own in the leading lady spot.
She's no Cameron Diaz yet but she definitely pulls in a few laughs - although the gaffs can seem a bit predictable and formulaic at times.
Fans of the book series might also be surprised to find a few plot changes along the way, but while it's certainly no Devil Wears Prada, this light-hearted rom com is the perfect antidote to all those Oscar tearjerkers. SATC fashion maestro Patricia Field has worked her magic on the wardrobe - we're talking Gucci, Burberry with a ton of lust-worthy vintage thrown in!
Rebecca Bloomwood (Isla Fisher) is a shopping addict who lives with her best friend Suze (Krysten Ritter).