Confessions of a Shopaholic
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Sex & Nudity

Some cheeky outfits; cleavage and a lot of leg...what you might see at the mall.

A woman and her fiance` are shown laying in a bed, though the covers are pulled up.

there are two passionate kisses (one cut very short) between main characters.

Violence & Gore

There is a 'fight' in the mall between the main character and another woman as they each claim they deserve the shoes. One girl tries to choke the other in attempt to wrestle the shoes away. It's more humorous than violent.

Profanity

There are quite a few "d***"'s throughout the movie

B**ch is used once in reference to a whore-like woman.

a** is used once in a 'up yours' context

Overall, i would rate the profane scenes 7/10 on a scale of family friendliness; meaning, by no means 'knocked up' material, but still requiring the supervision of a parent.

The main character rebecca goes through her bills and, depressed, opens a bottle of tequilla. Apparently she and her best friend drink the entire bottle, and, soon thereafter, begin to act suspiciously hyper(drunk.) The scene lasts for a good 5+ minutes

A woman at a charity ball asks for a gin and tonic, an alchoholic drink.

A waiter in the kitchen asks afore mentioned main character if she's drunk.

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MPAA:
Rated PG for some mild language and thematic elements

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