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45 Minutes of the Sex and the City Movie

Posted by jadecanary on June 4, 2008

We get to the theater about an hour early for “What Happens in Vegas”, so we need something to do. My wife is the former manager of this particular theater, so we have the run of the place. We decide to drop into the “Sex and the City” movie. She wants to know what all the hype is about. I’m here for the nudity.

We walk in as Mathew Broderick’s wife’s character is asking the guy from Law and Order to get married in some half assed non-romantic way. She then tells her friends and they flip out. The lead chick wants a small wedding and her friends don’t like that. Then they talk about sex.

Meanwhile, the red-headed chick who is a lesbian in real life won’t put out for her husband because she’s all wrapped up in work. He ends up sleeping with someone else, who they conspicuously don’t mention. Now the lesbian hates him and wants a divorce.

The mildly attractive brunett that is never in any other movies or TV shows spend the entire 45 minutes clothed and hanging out with a 3 year old Asian kid.

Then there is the horney-all-the-time chick. She watches other people have sex because her model boyfriend won’t put out.

Back to the star. She gets an opportunity from the editor of Vogue (played by Candice Bergin, who is showing her age and how many twinkies she eats a day) to be the “today’s woman at 40” pictorial. She gets to wear all sorts of dresses in the photo shoot, and she falls in love with this one dress. Then the designer gives it to her.

Then the wedding gets really big and scares the groom. We left before he calls the wedding off. There is, like an hour and 45 minutes left of this film.

This movie is dumb. Why are all these girls ga-ga over it? Who lives this way? Why did I get no breasts, but two nude male thrusting buttocks within a 45 minute period?

0/5

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2 Responses to “45 Minutes of the Sex and the City Movie”

  1. patrick said

    i noticed that Sex and the City has a polarizing effect on both men and women… people either love the movie or they hate it

  2. sterofsteel said

    Some people like a thrusting buttocks, and some don’t. It’s all relative.

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