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Grate movie Sex and the city 2

Posted by Jeianiasial on Friday, May 28, 2010

Yeah now the movie Sex and the City 2 did been released and it was kind of movie every one will love to see. The movie fans were desperate to see the movie and more a fancy movie experience for every one. Good to see this movie was inching forward and got to say the movie was in excellent shape to stay while at top

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Posted: 10 years 39 weeks ago

Tell me more!

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Posted: 10 years 39 weeks ago

I've removed the spam link from Jeianiasial's post, and I've decided to leave this thread and post in it just so the regulars around here will know what my policy is regarding new users posting link spam.

At the present time CA gets somewhere between 2-5 new "users" every week that turn out to be link spammers. Knowing about SEM, I realize that it's a job for a lot of people to try and create as many inbound links to websites. One of the ways that these search engine marketers create inbound links for their clients is by registering user accounts on website that have high page rank. CA is now one of those kind of sites, and so I'm seeing more link spammers coming here, registering for an account and posting their link spam.

My policy is simple: I won't tolerate link spam. Nearly all of the time the link spam isn't relevant to the subject matter anyway, so it's really easy for everyone here to see that the new "user" is spamming. Sometimes the link is related to entertainment or movies or even the subject matter of the article the user is commenting on (the celeb article about Kate Hudson comes to mind as one piece of link spam was linking back to a site selling knock-off designer handbags.) It doesn't matter: I won't tolerate link spam, so when I see it, I'll not just delete the link, I'll also delete the user account.

This shouldn't discourage or scare anyone that is a regular user of CA from including links in their signature. I know the difference between someone posting here who is adding value to the site and someone that's brand new and spamming the site, so don't worry if you're good user and you want to include links in your signature to your site or blog.

I don't really think that any link spammers are going to take the time and read/search for this thread and realize that they'll just be saving their time by not spamming here, but for you regulars, I wanted to let you know that I've got your back. If you see link spammers and want to give me a heads up, you can always email me the thread/user name at feedback [at] coronacomingattractions.com

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Posted: 10 years 39 weeks ago

But really, just how grate is Sex In The City 2?

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Posted: 10 years 39 weeks ago

Pat, I know you've seen it...twice probably.  Tell us how much you loved it.

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Patrick Sauriol
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Posted: 10 years 39 weeks ago

I've always had a thing for cougars and expensive high heels, so I imagine that it would've been a better experience than ROBIN HOOD (if I had gone to see either film.)

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Patrick Sauriol wrote:

I've always had a thing for cougars and expensive high heels, so I imagine that it would've been a better experience than ROBIN HOOD (if I had gone to see either film.)

Spoken like a man who hasn't encountered the putrid, brain-dicing evil that is Golden Girls 2.

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I watched an episode or two of the series when it was on.  I always liked Kim Cattrall and the promise of her naked boobs was a bit too much to pass up.  I think I saw an episode where the dark haired chick was dating (or married to) the bald dude who liked to lounge around the house naked -- like on her expensive leather sofa.  Couldn't take much more than that, though.

 

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Friends kept going on and on about how funny the show was. I watched a few episodes and thought to myself, "This is terrible. These people are terrible." I figured I was missing something, and that I should give the show another chance. Maybe there was some indication in the first season as to why the characters had become so well-loved, I thought. Maybe they earned the core audience's allegiance way back when. Maybe they were once decent people, and the city/money/celebrity had corrupted them, and people were watching for the progression. So I went out and rented the first season. Watched it from start to finish, getting madder and madder from episode to episode. I was getting madder at the characters for being awful people, I was getting madder at people for watching the show, and I was getting madder at myself for being the kind of person who can't rent a season of a show without riding it through to the end.

I watched the first movie at the midnight showing, and I made sure I was in the theater attached to the hotel that charges its guest hundreds of dollars per night (the Chase Park Plaza, for those familiar with St. Louis). That theater's typical audience is a golden mixture of "sophisticated" people with a lot of money who like to drink alcohol while watching a movie and "sophisticated" college students with a lot of money who like to drink alcohol while watching a movie. It seemed to me it would be the perfect crowd to watch a Sex and the City movie with, and it was. I was hoping that, by surrounding myself with people who like the show, I could better understand how they could like the show. (I talk about this experience here, if you are interested. It's a shockingly brief recollection.) It only made me madder.

I went to see Sex and the City 2 to punish myself for being stupid enough to watch the first movie. I tried to warn atrejub, but she didn't listen. I wouldn't be surprised if she hated this movie more than any other movie she's ever seen. She wasn't joking in the Golden Girls 2 thread when she said the movie drove her to hit herself in the head repeatedly with a water bottle.

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Posted: 10 years 39 weeks ago

I can't believe I'm going to say this, but isn't Curb Your Enthusiasm similar to Sex and the City as far as the "awful people" as main characters are concerned? I'd hate to know somebody who is actually as neurotic, selfish, and spiteful as Larry David's character on his show, but it's still a lot of fun (for me) to watch him dig himself into hopeless situations. There are people who can't watch Curb Your Enthusiasm because they can't stand Larry David's persona.

I haven't seen even one episode of Sex and the City, so I can't be sure how similar the two shows actually are in this regard, but as somebody who has watched a good bit of both shows, Goiter, you might be able to tell me your thoughts.

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You're supposed to empathize with the protagonists in Sex and the City. They're not supposed to be detestable.

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HI MY NAME IS GUS pretty much said it, and he doesn't even like Curb Your Enthusiasm.

The difference for me is that I can at least understand why Larry David makes some of the poor choices he does. Sometimes, his trouble arises from his having said something I, too, would have wanted to say in the same situation. The difference is that he says it, which gives me some small way to look up to him. And he's not always completely at fault. He is occasionally in the right, but those around him aren't willing to believe he is in the right. Sometimes when he is in the wrong, his being in the wrong exposes the awfulness of people around him. He lives in a place where there are people who are a lot worse than he is, and his blundering and social awkwardness help expose how, bad as he might be in a certain situation, the people he encounters are infinitely worse. He is occasionally the tool that provides these people their comeuppance.

The biggest difference, for me, between the main Sex and the City characters and Larry David is that they practice a materialism and designer elitism that he does not. I consider their obsession with fashion and social climbing to be overwhelming, and a way of life almost completely foreign to me. Larry David, despite his wealth and despite where he lives, seems to me to be pretty down to earth.

Another thing about the Sex and the City characters I find unappealing is the horridness of their WB-Network-level punning/turns of phrase, and the constant bad joke-telling. Watch the trailers for the two movies if you want to get a sense for what I mean here. When you do, though, consider this: the turns of phrase and dead-in-the-water joking is a constant throughout the movie, and what you see in the trailers was taken by the publicity folks to be the cream of the crop. I would forgive the characters much of their awfulness if I found them funny or amusing.

Another thing? The girls are all terrible mothers (at least the ones who have children). Their kids prefer their nannies, which upsets the girls. It may be that the kids prefer the nannies because they are actually there. Also, when they are there, they aren't shrill, demon-faced bitches. At one point, one of the kids tries to play with her mother, who is doing an awful job of making cupcakes. The kid gets paint on the mother's pants. The mother freaks out because her pants are both vintage and designer pants. She goes into the pantry to spazz and pout. The reason the kid got paint on her mother's pants? The mother wouldn't bother to turn her eyes to look at the kid's painting. I'm pretty sure it was already in her fucking line of vision. Sometimes, mothering can be as simple as looking at something and saying, "That's nice, Honey." Even this simple act of mothering seems beyond her. And here's something else: I have difficulty sympathizing with someone who ruins her vintage, designer pants (pretty much just plain ol' white pants, by the way) because she's dumb enough to cook while wearing them. Larry David doesn't have kids, but we do get to see him interacting with them in the season where the Blacks live with them. He is clearly clueless about them, but his (few) interactions with them show something approaching compassion, and there's a kind of charm to his cluelessness.

The first Sex and the City was just as bad as its sequel, but people are ganging up on the sequel as if it betrayed them, somehow.

I don't get it. That's probably the easiest way to put it. Maybe the kids out there who dream of being a part of middle-aged, wealthy New York nightlife look up to these characters. Since middle-aged, wealthy New York nightlife holds no draw for me, however, the characters give me nothing to look up to. Maybe the girls unbreakable bonds of friendship is meant to be inspiring. For me, though, the lesson I take from these women being friends is that if being a fame-grabbing, materialistic harpy defines you, you're better off seeking emotional support from friends whose definitions are similar.

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"So...what's this show about?  Three middle-aged hookers and their mother?"

 

 

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has anyone experience the fancy pleasure of this flim yet?  i would grate 8/10 with bad actings but i suspected CA might great it at 7.5.  how would you pleasure this film?

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RedKarma wrote:

"So...what's this show about?  Three middle-aged hookers and their mother?"  

It's a sequel to Peter Jackson's King Kong. Of course the CGI's better this time around.

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Corporal_Hicks wrote:

has anyone experience the fancy pleasure of this flim yet?  i would grate 8/10 with bad actings but i suspected CA might great it at 7.5.  how would you pleasure this film?

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THE KID WHO PLAYED THE GREEN SCREEN IN KING KONG ACTED SHIT!

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Pat nearly took away my gay licence when i told him i've never seen an episode of Sex in the city....that being said i find it highly offensive that this movie is set in a country that routinely degrates women as a part of their "cultural and religious" heritage..and yes i know it was actually filmed in Morrocco.

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oops..sorry...i should have double checked....i meant degrades

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I think a lot of our other gay studs haven't seen the show either.  I know KV loves stuff like <i>Glee</i> and he adores Kylie, but I think this crap is just way too vapid.

I'd be surprised if anyone here actually likes the show, except, perhaps, in a train wreck sort of way.

Wait a sec, I think Ron over at Latino Review liked it.  Someone needs to GIVE him a gay card.

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I've been seeing the 4 girls promote the movie and they're saying it's out of this world fantastic. And they appear to actually be sincere too.

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Quasar wrote:

I've been seeing the 4 girls promote the movie and they're saying it's out of this world fantastic. And they appear to actually be sincere too.

It's Kim Cattrall's best movie since Big Trouble in Little China! (For those of you who don't like Big Trouble in Little China [???], there's Police Academy and Porky's.)

It's Sarah Jessica Parker's best movie since Ed Wood!

It's Cynthia Nixon's best movie since Amadeus!

It's Kristin Davis's best movie since Sex and the City! (She was in Sour Grapes, which sort of connects Sex and the City to Curb Your Enthusiasm. Not really, though. I'm a fairly big fan of Larry David's output, and even *I* don't care all that much for Sour Grapes.)

Edit:

It is my hope you will forgive me for making this edit, and it is my hope you will forgive me for italicizing the exclamation points following some of the movie titles above. This site's font pushes italicized letters into exclamation points, and it all makes for an ugly clutter.

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Quasar wrote:

I've been seeing the 4 girls promote the movie and they're saying it's out of this world fantastic. And they appear to actually be sincere too.

I often wonder how an actor does the publicity junket with a straight face when they HAVE to know their movie is a steaming pile of shit.  Wouldn't you just once like to see someone say, "The movie sucks.  I only took the job for the millions of dollars they paid me."

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I'm too lazy to fix it, too, Goiter.

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omicron wrote:

I often wonder how an actor does the publicity junket with a straight face when they HAVE to know their movie is a steaming pile of shit.  Wouldn't you just once like to see someone say, "The movie sucks.  I only took the job for the millions of dollars they paid me."

The closest I've seen to this scenario is when Sean William Scott was guest-hosting on Regis and Kelly, and Kelly was sucking up to him (like she does ALL celebrity guests) saying how she'd seen Mr. Woodcock, and before she could say how much she loved it, he apologized.

Faster and faster, a nightmare we ride. Who'll take the reins when the miracle dies? Faster and faster till everything dies. Killing is our way of keeping alive. - Virgin Steele, Blood and Gasoline