Over the years, Miami has served as the backdrop for hundreds of Hollywood movies. In Celluloid City, we spotlight some of the classics shot right in our own backyard.
Fisher plays a cutesy, kooky character again, but we don't mind. She's just so darn cute. In the flick, she's crazy about shopping and boys; two things that Miami does better than most. Aren't you just dying to see it now? Seriously, though, this comedy is also a coming-of-age story that serves as a satirical commentary on American consumerism. Okay, not really. It's just about shopping and boys. But it has two of our favorite actresses, Joan Cusack and Lynn Redgrave, so cast aside your chick flick prejudices.
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