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One big surprise was how much soft core porn there was in the show. Wowzers! There was a brief male full frontal, several incredibly "liberated" sex scenes and enough skin to keep any viewer titillated.

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I think sometimes women read to much into things. I, for one, loved the movie. I didn't go see it for any life changing reason, just for pure entertainment, and that's what I got out of it!


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ing very enthralling about watching the show with a huge theater of women, all laughing, sighing and booing at the same time. It actually felt very ... uniting.

Mary Humain

I do agree about not fully understanding the whole Sex and the City phenomena. Though, after watching several episodes here and there for a few years, I came to realize it is more about having women connect with "specific" situations from one of the episodes which is happening in their life than it is about the show as a whole.

Susan L Reid of Alkamae

I'm so glad to hear that someone else, besides me, thinks SJP isn't all that great of an actor. She's a one-dimensional actor, IMHO.

Although I haven't seen the movie, I've heard that the best part about the movie is the womaning that occurs, both in the movie and for those who hook up with their girlfriends and go to the movie.

Womaning = the way women get to know other women.

David Reich

Here's one male perspective... I loved the film!

Friday night in the NY City suburbs, I was one of about 10 men in a sold-out theater filled with women. I didn't see it as a chick flick, but a film about friendships.

The women of Sex and the City are over-the-top parodies of singl;e women in NY. I might not choose women like that as good friends, but they're fun wot watch, just as I like The Sopranos but I wouldn't look to be friends with Tony.

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Yvonne DiVita

Anne-Marie, you prove that there is good reason to see the movie. I may relent.

Donna, you are so right...Carrie would have a blog. But, I probably wouldn't read it. There's a very popular, famous even, woman blogger that reminds me of Carrie...and I dislike her blog a great deal. I never read it.

Still, she has a huge following...so, I'm likely missing the point. As I am with Sex and the City.

Donna DeClemente

Oh, don't tell me too much about the movie...I haven't seen it yet. I asked my husband to go with me and he said he would, but I agree, it will be much more fun to see it with a bunch of girlfriends. So, I'll wait.

Yes, I was trying to bring Yvonne on board, but to each their own. I thought, well Carrie is a writer and you know when the series started there really wasn't a blogoshpere. So, if the series was still on today, I'm sure Carrie would definitely have a blog!

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