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|For too long, Carrie Bradshaw (Sarah Jessica Parker) had been looking for love in all the wrong places...but in all the right shoes. In this much-anticipated movie event, Carrie, Samantha (Kim Cattrall), Charlotte (Kristin Davis) and Miranda (Cynthia Nixon) are back, four years after the hit TV series ended.|
As they continue to juggle career, relationships, motherhood and life in Manhattan, the girls realize that more than ever, true friendship never goes out of style. "Poignant, incisive and proudly outrageous, Sex and the City is the love letter fans have been waiting for" (Rossiter Drake, San Francisco Examiner).
"The four women couldn't be better - or better matched. As always, Parker is the standout, cracking your heart and cracking you up with equal ease. Carrie Rickey, Philadelphia Inquirer
"Amid the style, sass and sexiness is plenty of sentimentality, especially at the satisfying conclusion. Claudia Puig, USA Today
"It gives you everything you ever loved about the series, and blows it out into super-size cinematic proportions. Emily Rems, Premiere
"Michael Patrick King's screenplay hits all the right notes, building on the warmth and familiarity of the series (which King also wrote). Jessica Reaves, Chicago Tribune
"In its cinematic incarnation, Sex and the City has lost none of its bawdiness yet gained a more profound sense of soberness. Kimberley Jones, Austin Chronicle
"A movie that taps directly back into the show's primal appeal, which is the sweet, sad, saucy delight of sharing these women's company. Owen Gleiberman, Entertainment Weekly
Editor's NoteThe silver-screen version of SEX AND THE CITY is sure to inspire lust, though it may not be after its sexy male cast. Instead, Carrie Bradshaw (Sarah Jessica Parker) and her friends wear enviable fashions from the industry's biggest names such as Zac Posen, Louis Vuitton, and, of course, Manolo Blahnik, and their gorgeous clothes--and accessories--threaten to steal the show. But for fans of the series' wit, drama, and sex, there's plenty to like in this romantic comedy filled with familiar characters. Though four years have passed since the events of the series, not much has changed as the film begins: Carrie and Mr. Big (Chris Noth) are happy as they search for an apartment, Charlotte (Kristin Davis) is blissful with her husband (Evan Handler) and adopted daughter, Samantha (Kim Cattrall) is still with actor Smith Jerrod (Jason Lewis), and Miranda (Cynthia Nixon) is trying to balance life as a mother, wife, and lawyer as she lives in Brooklyn with Steve (David Eigenberg). But Carrie and Big's apartment hunt leads them down the road to marriage, and the destination may not be quite everything Carrie hoped for. Though the film runs nearly two and a half hours, it flies by the way a marathon of episodes would for the devoted. Even minor characters from the show--Vogue editor Enid Frick (Candice Bergen), beloved Carrie pal Stanford Blatch (Willie Garson), and hyper wedding planner Anthony Marentino (Mario Canton)--make fan-pleasing appearances. SEX AND THE CITY is full of glitz, glamour, and giggles, but be sure to have a tissue nearby. These characters have become like friends to fans, and it's tough not to tear up when things don't go exactly as they'd hoped.
|Sarah Jessica Parker|
|Candace Bushnell - Source Writer|
|Darren Star - Producer|
|John Melfi - Producer|
|Aaron Zigman - Composer|
|Michael Patrick King - Screenwriter|
|Jonathan Filley - Executive Producer|
|Richard Brener - Executive Producer|
|Tobias Emmerich - Executive Producer|
|Michael Berenbaum - Editor|
|Patricia Field - Costume Designer|
|Jeremy Conway - Production Designer|
|Sarah Jessica Parker - Producer|
|John Thomas - Director of Photography|
|Michael Patrick King - Producer|
|Kathryn Busby - Executive Producer|
|Michael Patrick King - Director|
MTV Award (2008)
|Sex and the City, Nominee, Best Summer Movie So Far|