It was so shiny on the big screen, maybe we just didn?t notice that the Sex and the City movie is nothing more than a paean to the joys of conspicuous consumption, sacrificing character for cliché, and, yes, love of labels. Even the two-disc edition’s lackluster EXTRAS — a self-important chat between Parker and director Michael Patrick King, a mini-doc on costume designer Patricia Field — feel like commercials. Worth breaking up with, on a Post-it. C
Genre: Comedy; Starring: Kim Cattrall, Kristin Davis, Cynthia Nixon, Sarah Jessica Parker; Director: Michael Patrick King; Author: Michael Patrick King; Release Date Wide: 05/30/2008; Runtime (in minutes): 151; MPAA Rating: R
Posted January 17 2015 — 11:46 AM EST
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