I went to see that Shopaholic movie last weekend. (Mister so loves movies he will see absolutely anything that I want to.) The books were cute and fun, but I can’t say that I enjoyed the movie. First of all it’s about a British girl. But you know Hollywood; they had to go and turn her into an American. Ugh. I hate when they do that. Here are some things I learned from this movie:
1. I really, really wish I had red hair.
2. I don’t care that much about clothes. Since most everything I wear comes from Costco, Kohl’s or Steinmart, I can’t fathom spending $120 on a scarf. Or any clothing item for that matter.
3. This movie stressed me out to no end. It’s all about credit card bills, debt collectors (remind me to tell you about my $150 pizza sometime) and spending money foolishly–all things I’m rather well-acquainted with.
Save yourself the $8.50 and rent a decent movie instead (My sister mentioned Waitress the other day and I realized I hadn’t see that in a while. You should see it if you haven’t) or go see Slumdog Millionaire (which is erroneously rated R. Trust Me.)