Sex and the City

Sex and the City

Sex and the City

"After years of living in the city, I assumed that if my friends and I ever got our fairytale endings that would be the end of the story. But real life - always has a twist." - Carrie Bradshaw, 2008.

So says our heroine, Carrie Bradshaw, as she and her friends Miranda, Charlotte, and Samantha continue to juggle jobs and relationships while navigating motherhood, marriage and Manhattan real estate.

The culture-impacting HBO series finished in 2004, but the characters - created initially via the autobiographical newspaper columns of Candace Bushnell - live on in 'Sex and the City: The Movie'.

2008Rating: R16, Offensive Language & Sex Scenes145 minsUSA
ComedyRomance

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Sex and the City / Reviews

Flicks, Team

Flicks, Team

When a large box with a handwritten note from Vivienne Westwood arrives on Carrie Bradshaw’s doorstep and prompts a collective swoon from a packed house, then you know the film’s hit its target audience.

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Urban Cinefile

Urban Cinefile

Parker is the pivot for this fabulous, fun frolic in which laughter and tears are shared through thick and thin, but always with glamour and style.

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The New York Times

The New York Times

I wish Ms. Parker had let that bee in her bonnet go silent, because the movie that she and Mr. King have come up with is the pits, a vulgar, shrill, deeply shallow -- and, at 2 hours and 22 turgid minutes, overlong -- addendum to a show that had, over the years, evolved and expanded in surprising ways.

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Stuff

Stuff

Even if it feels like a celebration of what was, rather than the beginning of something new, this trip down memory lane sure is a heck of a lot of frock-filled fun. And one that's strictly for the girls.

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New Zealand Herald

New Zealand Herald

If there was ever a film the term "chick flick" could be applied to without it sounding derogatory, then this big screen version of Sex and the City is it. This is the perfect film for a girls' night out, it will make you laugh, make you cry, and make you feel very unglamorous.

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Newshub

Newshub

Two and a half hours of shoes, labels, wedding dresses, girl-talk, boy-talk, break-ups, make-ups, and everything we've come to know and love about this pop culture phenomenon.

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

Unfortunately, where episodes of the series used to take their cue from a question posed by one of Carrie's columns, writer-director Michael Patrick King never finds that focus, and Sex and the City loses its tart edge in the process.

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Empire Magazine

Empire Magazine

If you are immune to the charms of Carrie and co., this will do little to convert you. Still, it has more than enough sass, style and sentiment to keep the faithful satisfied. Add a star if you're a fan.

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