Hey, I can like light ‘n fluffy.
Not every film has to be a downbeat crime thriller, and this zippy tale of a woman who lives to shop (well beyond her means) is a delight.
Isla Fisher, an especially warm and bubbly presence on screen, captivates as an enterprising journalist looking for a way to ride the escalator to the top of the fashion industry.
There’s no deep meaning, no great lessons learned, just a fun romp through a land of color-coordinated hijinks – 104 minutes of bliss.
Fisher should be a huge star, and this is exhibit A in my argument.