DVD: Sex and the City 2 (15)
Friday 26 November 2010
Sex and the City 2 will either leave you embarrassed or offended, according to your disposition.
A very small minority will not feel any guilt whatsoever after having watched this endless parade of frippery and inanity, starring Sarah Jessica Parker and Kim Cattrall. But that minority will also no doubt enjoy the various culture clashes upon which this sequel is predicated on: between men and women, friends and lovers, the West and the Middle East. But the greatest clash of all is between the TV series that fans loved and the pressing need to wring as much money as possible out of it.
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