The reviews are in, the people have spoken , and everyone pretty much agrees that Sex and the City 2 is a mildly-to-completely terrible movie. So we had one of each — New York Magazine film critic David Edelstein and associate editor Emma Rosenblum who first bonded with the series in college — work together to try to pinpoint just what went so painfully awry. The show shaped my ideas about what it meant to be an adult. And it seemed fun! And fabulous!
Hello all! Today is a bonus post! This is to make up for being a horrible blogger last week- since I only posted twice! The second, was a waste of time.
In Theaters. Coming Soon. Best of Netflix. Best of Amazon. Sex and the City 2
I 'm not asking for much. I just don't want to be sick in my mouth. I don't want to be filled with despair at Hollywood's increasing inability to conceive of women in comedic films as anything other than self-obsessed babies with breasts. And I don't, most of all, want to spend two hours watching dreams and memories from my youth being trampled into humiliating self-parody. Is that too much to ask?