Who cares about your favourite 100 films when your most hated 100 is far more interesting and illuminating. If I…
Sex and the City
Get carried away.
A New York writer on sex and love is finally getting married to her Mr. Big. But her three best girlfriends must console her after one of them inadvertently leads Mr. Big to jilt her.
A cinematic experience equivalent to goatse.
One of the worst films ever made. For starters, this concept is about 10 years dead. These actresses are too old, and none were particularly great to begin with. To make matters worse, the characters have become so completely out of touch with reality, it's amazing to me any non-millionaire would enjoy watching this film. Everyone here owns a large, beautiful apartment in Manhattan or on the beach in Los Angeles, they have hundreds of pairs of thousand-dollar shoes, they eat with no consequence and drink and have sex with random men like it's a bodily function (alright, I guess that last one technically is).
The core story of this film revolves around Carrie being left at the altar (or…
I really enjoyed HBO's Sex and the City - it was funny, raunchy, and full of awesome fashion moments! The first movie was an attempt to really wrap everything up for every character that did not get addressed when the series ended in 2004 and for the most part it works. Yes it's overly melodramatic at parts, but if you loved the show you should have been happy with this movie. It stays true to the characters and the feel of the world they created.
That sequel is a whole different unnecessary story.
** I usually don't log movies that I've watched on TV, but I'm never going to watch this again so I figured I'd make an exception**
This is what happens when you have a man write a film about women and how they view the world. I've never watched the "Sex and the City" TV series, but if it's anything like this I can't imagine enjoying it.
I find it funny that another female-led HBO series, "Girls", is accused of focusing on white people problems. At least that show focuses on women that struggle with making money- the ladies of "Sex and the City" are filthy stinking rich, and spend two and a half hour whining about their problems, only taking the steps necessary to solve them in the final twenty minutes. It's truly a painful experience.
shut up i'm weak
If you have a girlfriend this movie is watchable if the reward is sex.
This 2008 American romantic comedy is written and directed by Michael Patrick King, and a continuation of the smash HBO comedy series. The four leading ladies return; Sarah Jessica Parker, Kim Cattrall, Kristin Davis and Cynthia Nixon, alongside regulars Chris Noth, David Eigenber, Jason Lewis, Evan Handler, Mario Cantone, Willie Garson and newcomer Jennifer Hudson.
Four New York friends continue with the ups and downs of life in the big city and finally all seem to be happy in their new lives – successful writer Carrie (Parker) is engaged to John “Big” Preston (Noth) as they look to move in together. Samantha (Cattrall) has moved to Los Angeles with her PR business to be close to lover Smith (Lewis). Miranda…
It seemed like a two hour episode, which I suppose is appropriate, and it didn't undo any of the good storytelling that was so consistent throughout the series. A solid and entertaining epilogue, if you will.
My favorite lines (paraphrased)-Miranda: "It's not the same thing!" Carrie: "It's forgiveness."
Aside from the obvious love and label story, this film has a remarkable story of friendship. I feel like the aged version of the sisterhood of the travelling pants were reunited in the city of New York. Haha! Funny. Touching. Can-be-real.
08:19 pm, Jan. 12, 2015
No sé cómo he podido llegar al minuto 40 de semejante bazofia.
I was dreading this one, but it turned out to be entertaining, sharp, witty, and spirited. This was a long movie but didn't feel like it.
A nice continuation of the series. I quite enjoyed seeing Carrie and the girls progression from the series finale, and some of the best scenes and acting are when Carrie and Miranda are together.
Alright, so I'm not the target audience for this movie, but I have seen most of the HBO series and found it fairly decent. This movie just doesn't bring anything special to the table. It could have easily just been an episode in the original series. I can't identify with any of the characters, since I'm not female nor middle aged, but that doesn't mean I couldn't at least enjoy them and appreciate their chemistry. Unfortunately, I didn't think these characters were likable. I couldn't sympathize with any of them, as they were all self-absorbed and blatantly superficial. I understand that these are the characters that so many people have fallen in love with, but the writing in this movie severely lacks and doesn't make the characters shortcomings endearing, but irritating. Unless you already loved the series stay away from this movie.
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- My Sister's Keeper
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- The Last Word
- Ruby Sparks
- Stranger Than Fiction
- Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas
I have this weird fetish for movies about writers. I love all of them, good or bad.
Please help me…