While seeing a movie over Thanksgiving (the new James Bond), I noticed the following signage for the new movie "Confessions of a Shopaholic." The movie is based on the "Shopaholic" book series - but it really couldn't be hitting theaters at more ironic time. Shopaholic's tag line is "all she ever wanted is a little credit..."
Not only did that help get us into this mess - it's a feeling that is (and will continue) to be commonly felt throughout the country.
Shopaholic Plot:A college grad named Rebecca Bloomwood (Isla Fisher) moves to Manhattan to nurture her shopping addiction and get involved in the New York magazine world. Though she is up to her neck in debt, she becomes a financial-advice columnist and even manages to fall for a wealthy entrepreneur.
Isla Fisher as Rebecca Bloomwood Hugh Dancy as Luke Brandon Krysten Ritter as Suze John Goodman as Rebecca's father (Graham) Joan Cusack as Rebecca's mother (Jane) John Lithgow as a publishing magnate Kristen Scott Thomas as a magazine editor Leslie Bibb as a fashion magazine staffer Lynn Redgrave as a doyenne of a publishing empire Julie Hagerty as a business magazine assistant