Confessions of a Shopaholic

Confessions of a Shopaholic

In the glamorous world of New York City, Rebecca Bloomwood is a fun-loving girl who is really good at shopping-a little too good, perhaps. She dreams of working for her favorite fashion magazine, but can't quite get her foot in the door-until ironically, she snags a job as an advice columnist for a financial magazine published by the same company.

Rebecca Bloomwood (Isla Fisher) is a shopping addict who lands a job as a financial journalist in New York City to support. Luckily, it's also where she nurtures her shopping addiction and falls for a wealthy entrepreneur. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Confessions of a Shopaholic torrent reviews

Claudette A (kr) wrote: An Australian directed film (you would be mistaken thinking it was a foreign film). Set in Nazi Germany straight after WWII, a family of children cross Germany to reach a safe haven (their grandmothers place). This story is mainly about their struggles and fight for survival.

Adam K (ca) wrote: Like most sequels. It didn't live up to the original. Instead of a destroying from within it was a full on war from the beginning. New year shakes everything up from day one. It was even more unrealistic as well. And instead of having the villain turning nice and the society completely changed, the Villain gets A horrible ending. But when you don't compare it to the original, it was decent. It kept you interested but it had bad acting and I've seen these actors do a lot better.

Daniel D (jp) wrote: Somewhat entertaining.

James E R (mx) wrote: Poor Sequel to a what could of been a rival to the Indiana Jones films!.

Brittany P (ru) wrote: Have and will watch it back to back to back.

Jonte T (nl) wrote: Truely hilarious movie, plot is a little inconclusive though, but filled with the legendary laughs caused by the pryor/wilder combo.

Josh M (br) wrote: Boris Karloff is pretty grim a good way. The opening skit was the best.

Renate v (kr) wrote: Didn't appeal to me at all. What is the conclusion that the viewer must reach from this very uncohesive drama?

Ralph R (br) wrote: Lamar Odom has no eyebrows.

Bruce B (au) wrote: I got this one in a 10 pack called Son's of Kong. This is a rather poor movie, Typical search for the mythical creature in the Jungle Movie. A group of White Men hire local tribesman to go deep in the Jungle to find the missing link who also might be the White Gorilla. Its hard to believe that King Kong was made in 1933 and the film quality and special effects were so much better. In beginning the white pongo passes up a native women and takes a chimp on the leash instead, pretty kinky if you ask me. Later on he looks in the bed room window of a young white beauty, hum that?s illegal in most states. In the end the White Pongo is capture and put in a cage and taken away. The White Gorilla is nothing more then a cheap costume rented off the shelves of a Halloween store I am sure. Do I have a life??? I am not sure after sitting through this one. I just hope the other 9 movies in this series is better.

Josh R (ru) wrote: I'm kind of surprised that Beasts of No Nation is only being released on Netflix and in select theaters. This is ultimately quite an intense and powerful portrayal of an African war. I recommend trying to find a theater that's playing it, because unfortunately I had to watch this on Netflix (not a bad film watching experience if you have Netflix on your tv). The two powerhouse performances here come from Abraham Attah and Idris Elba. Is this an Oscar worthy film? I think so.Grade: A