Sex and the City 2

Sex and the City 2
Sex and the City 2
  • R
  • 2h 27m
  • 2010
Rotten15%
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What happens after you say, "I do?" It's been two years since Carrie Bradshaw and Big (Chris Noth) tied the knot. Now, somewhere between wild passion and a baby, they're feeling a little too much like "Mr. and Mrs. Married!" So when Carrie and her archetypal galpals take off on an all-expenses week in Abu Dhabi, they soon discover how much fun "forbidden" can be! Halfway across the world, she stumbles upon long-lost love Aidan (John Corbett), and even though she's convinced it means something, the girls think she's playing with fire. Sarah Jessica Parker, Kim Cattrall, Kristin Davis, Cynthia Nixon and (all of) their men reunite with series executive producer Michael Patrick King in this follow-up to the $400+ million global box-office smash comedy about fashion, fun and friendship!
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Critics Consensus: Straining under a thin plot stretched to its limit by a bloated running time, Sex and the City 2 adds an unfortunate coda to the long-running HBO series.
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Shopping, sex, and stereotypes merge in trite sequel.

What Parents Need to Know

Parents need to know that this comedy, an extension of the HBO series beloved by adults (and teens thanks to DVDs and edited reruns in syndication), is a sequel to the first Sex and the City movie and features all the usual elements that made the show so famous: naughty jokes, serious label-dropping, and sex scenes (though slightly muted this time around). While essentially still a warm story about female friendship, this film layers on the familiar raunchiness, with Samantha driving the sexual humor through quips ("Lawrence of my labia!"), and two vigorous sex scenes that show thrusting male bottoms. Several close-ups of barely clothed body parts also make the cut; there's the braless nanny whose white shirt is accidently sprayed while giving kids a bath, providing a slow-motion wet T-shirt situation with fully revealed nipples; a poolside male rugby team gets some big-screen attention on their bathing suits; and in one scene, Samantha's date stands up with a full erection, much to the dismay of the traditionally clad Arab bystanders. Much is made of the Arab world's treatment of women and sexuality, and it's not handled very sensitively. There’s also some swearing ("f--k," "ass," etc.), social drinking that looks very glamorous, and heavy angsting about the three m’s: marriage, motherhood, and menopause.

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Additional Info

  • Genre:Comedy
  • Release Date:May 27, 2010
  • Languages:English
  • Captions:English
  • Audio Format:
    5.1
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