Sex and the City 2

Sex and the City 2

Sex and the City 2

Sex and the City 2 follows the latest exploits of the famous Manhattan foursome: Carrie, Samantha, Miranda and Charlotte.

Carrie and Big have now been married for two years. Life is good for the girls, but the traditional roles of marriage and motherhood lack a certain "sparkle". So, it is decided, the remedy lies in a glamorous, sun-drenched luxury holiday in Abu Dhabi. But as their relationships continue to falter in a foreign land, their holiday may prove more of an adventure outing.

Guest stars Liza Minnelli, Penelope Cruz and Miley Cyrus. Sarah Jessica Parker has described the film as "a light-hearted caper, like a souffle".

2010Rating: MA15+, Strong sex scenes145 minsUSA
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Variety

Variety

Part of the action occurs in the desert, which inadvertently proves apt, since the oases of enjoyable moments -- and they do exist -- suffer from being spaced too widely in what's otherwise a long, arid trek.

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TVNZ

TVNZ

There's some quippy one liners, an amusing 80s flashback sequence and a great Liza Minnelli cameo - but it's not enough to sustain a second outing for Carrie and the gang.

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Total Film

Total Film

Disposable, glitzy fun lacking depth or staying power, Sex And The City 2 is the cinematic version of karaoke: a giddy, silly hoot best enjoyed in tipsy groups.

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The New York Times

The New York Times

The ugly smell of unexamined privilege hangs over this film like the smoke from cheap incense.

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Roger Ebert

Roger Ebert

Some of these people make my skin crawl. The characters of Sex and the City 2 are flyweight bubbleheads living in a world which rarely requires three sentences in a row.

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New Zealand Herald

New Zealand Herald

Style overtakes substance in this disappointing sequel

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

So even if Sex and the City 2 consisted of nothing but a two-hour fashion show, it would draw crowds. But it also has the returning cast members in fine comic form, and it has more cutting-edge humor than the first movie.

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Empire Magazine

Empire Magazine

This feels bigger and more cinematic than the first film, and sees a progression in the lives of the characters. But many of the jokes are beyond broad, and the Middle Eastern stereotypes are shockingly cack-handed.

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