Overall Rank: 15405
Average Rating: 2.2/4
# of Ratings: 72
Theatrical Release Date: 05/27/2010
Blu-ray/DVD Release Date: 10/26/2010
Genre: Comedy, Romance
MPAA Rating: R
Director: Michael Patrick King
Actors: Sarah Jessica Parker, Kim Cattrall, Kristin Davis, Cynthia Nixon, David Eigenberg, Willie Garson
Plot: While Carrie is happy with her marriage to John "Mr. Big" Preston, as she settles into her domestic life, she finds herself missing her old free-wheeling lifestyle. Charlotte must cope with the terrible twos while Miranda's new boss seems to be threatened by her intelligence. As the problems mount up, Samantha comes across the deal of a lifetime, giving all four women an all-expense paid trip to Abu Dhabi. -- Chris Kavan
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Ivana - wrote on 06/24/2013
Is not bad movie, is funny and and clear speech. The travel and the luxury is the most impressive.
Krista Skene - wrote on 09/26/2011
I really enjoyed this movie. When I first sat down to watch I was so excited that a movie was going to tackle the idea of a married couple choosing not to have children. A lot of people are choosing this lifestyle but it still seems really shocking to most. Carrie and Big have to learn how to keep their relationship fresh and exciting, just like couples with children! Happy to see Sex and the City once again discussing real relationship problems. Also it was fun to travel with the girls!!
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MovieAddict - wrote on 01/28/2012
Just for the Fans!
I`ve always been a great fan for the Sex and the City series but I felt cheated by the sequel which is far under par for what the franchise is capable of. This being a show about sex, love and relationships by very sexually liberated Western Women, the UAE were never going to be a good destination. Nevertheless it was nice seeing the ladies again, and even though the dialogue was pretty cheesy, it wasn’t that bad. It focuses on the married lives of three of the four friends with problems that married couples can relate to as they face pressures from husbands, employers, children and nannies. With the exception of Samantha who doesn't have to worry about any of these as she remains a wild child throughout the sequel.
Fashion and luxury are still gorgeous and an …
Freddie - wrote on 06/05/2010
Much of what I am going to say has been said in the previous review, but I'd still like to give it my own spin. First, I want to say that Carrie Bradshaw still reigns as the least likable character on screen. I was so annoyed watching her throughout the movie. I actually almost couldn't stand it when she was on screen, and that was about 97% percent of the time. She is dramatic, spoiled, obnoxious, and ungrateful and I can't stand her.
As for the fashion, it's like the producers said "Oh no De La Renta, so sorry Valentino, maybe next time Versace but you all can keep those designs. We're actually going to let Kimora Lee, Beyonce, and Lady Gaga handle the fashion this time around." A lot of women love this show because of the clothes. This time, I'm not sure what was going on. Aside …
nyp09 - wrote on 06/04/2010
The “Sex And The City 2” poster reads “Carrie On” when it should say “Carrie On....And On....And On...And On”. That is the way the “Sex And The City” phenomenon seems to be going thanks to director, Michael Patrick King. Did he really want to make a sequel to a TV show’s first film, or did he just see an opportunity to keep the franchise going and pull in more money? No doubt it will make the money, as it already has, but fans will be severely disappointed. The movie itself seems to go on...and on...and on, exactly like the franchise. It is way too long for a film where not much really happens and everything which does happen has already happened in “Sex And The City”. The film picks up 2 years after the last film finished, Carrie (Sarah Jessica Parker) is still …
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