Sex and The City 2 reviews are hotly sought after right now, in anticipation of the Sex and The City 2 release on Thursday, May 27! SATC fans are eager to find out how the ladies fare across the globe, and to find out where life has taken Carrie, Charlotte, Samantha and Miranda since the first Sex and The City movie.
Rated R, the Sex and The City 2 reviews aren’t revealing anything too shocking just yet. After all, what could possibly be more risqué than the glimpse of full-frontal manhood that graced the first Sex and The City movie, during a particularly steamy, tropical shower scene? There will of course be the dirty talk and “strong sexual content” your mother warned you about, but that’s kind of the point. Leave the kiddies at home, folks; this ones definitely for the grown-ups! Besides being sexual in nature and likely a little raunchy, this flick is long. Sex and The City 2 reviews and the IMDB web site peg this movie at well over two hours in length.
“Miranda” on Regis and Kelly Tuesday
Cynthia Nixon was on “Live! With Regis and Kelly” on Tuesday morning to promote the SATC 2 movie, in a draped top and high-waisted pencil skirt, looking fresh and fabulous. On the Sex and The City 2 reviews and red carpet hoopla, Nixon, who plays smart-and-sassy lawyer Miranda Hobbs, basically said the entire experience has been pretty amazing, but that “Last night, seeing it with a huge audience of people…that’s the most exciting.”
Cynthia Nixon went on to say of the new SATC 2 movie, “There are just so many surprises!” When Regis asked Cynthia about the camels the girls rode in the Sex and The City 2 movie, she replied the camels “got down” to their level, but that the ladies never knew just when the camels might decide it was time to go up or down, so they had to hold on for dear life. Cynthia said her and Kristen Davis, who plays the demure Charlotte York, shared a camel, and talked to it to try and soothe it and get it to behave.
The Sex and The City 2 reviews say, and Nixon confirms, Miranda and Steve are still together. In a clip played on “Regis and Kelly”, Miranda, Steve, their son Brady and nanny Magda are around the family table, and Miranda is depicted struggling with her high-profile career and laid back family life.
Cynthia Nixon wouldn’t say herself if there would be a third Sex and The City movie based off this endeavor, but the Sex and The City 2 reviews are already mixed. Some SATC 2 reviews are specifically bringing up the race card. Some reviews suggest the movie depicts Arab culture as little more than a cross between an episode of My Dream of Jeanie and a visit to a chain Moroccan belly-dancing restaurant in a strip mall, while others see the flick as simply an epic summer chick flick. Epic, indeed: the wardrobe budget alone for this film reportedly exceeded $10 million dollars!
Sex and The City 2 Reviews and Spoilers
Some Sex and The City 2 reviews include fun little spoilers such as the fact Charlotte York is apparently pulling her hair out over mothering her two, very active rugrats; you know, the ones she pined for, dreaming in all-white fantasy fade-in shots, imagining her perfect family finally complete. Now, poor Charlotte can’t keep up, and this is likely to pave the way for several humorous moments.
Carrie Bradshaw and her Big man reportedly bicker over his lack of drive to take her out on the town enough now that they’ve settled into married life, and there is an appearance by the gorgeous Aidan Shaw. This, along with Charlotte’s motherhood reality check and Miranda’s juggling act at home, may be the underlying prelude for this girl’s getaway to the Middle East. According to the Sex and The City 2 reviews, the trip is free; of course it is. Why else would the girls be donning head scarves and jumping on camels?!
The Sex and the City 2 reviews paint a fun, brightly-colored picture of sun, sand and sensuality in a forbidden land. Though the movie is “set” in Abu Dhabi, the movie’s desert-vacay scenes were actually filmed in Morocco due to cultural sensitivities to everything from wardrobe to the very title of the film (the word “sex” is a no-no in a film title, apparently).