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Sex and the City 2

Sex and the City 2

2010
Romance
Comedy
2h 26m
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Avg Percentile 14.23% from 988 total ratings

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Rated 30 May 2010
5
0th
Gentlemen, we have reached peak cuntyness! It's fitting that materialistic social climbing slappers would choose to celebrate their privileged lives in a nation that uses slave labor to build their skyscrapers and malls. I suppose a more profound statement would have been if Sarah Jessica Parker gelded skulls of sacrificed impoverished Bangladeshi laborers with pure gold and wore it as a gucci brand necklace like a grotesque colonial trophy. Saw this for free and the time cost was way too much.
Rated 27 May 2010
20
6th
I was desperately trying to read this as some sort of satire, with the way the helmer endlessly glorifies the girls' lifestyle and especially the glitz and glamour of no-other-than ABU DHABI (what the eff?). But it seems this is not a parody nor a satire, but a dull, tiresome comedy about four unnecessary hags living it up like only piss-headed capitalist NY fashion elitists can. And they don't even manage to look good.
Rated 02 Jun 2010
0
1st
I am offended. As a huge fan of the series, as a fan of cinema in general, and thanks to the tired score, soundtrack and kareoke scene, I am even offended as a musician. Shallow, mildly offensive, boring, ultimately pointless and just awful. Avoid this if you're a fan of the series, the previous film, cinema, fuck, avoid this if you're human.
Rated 03 Oct 2011
9
1st
This film would be appropriate if it was made as an anti-west propaganda piece by a concerned middle-eastern contingent. It would also be above average (and hilarious in a brutally forward, male chauvinistic way) if it was a 1950's futuristic satire covering what would happen if humans with women's brains were given free power and money. I began to watch the film as if it was the latter about half way through, suddenly Nixon became a genius actor but I found Davis overplayed it a touch.
Rated 14 Jun 2010
67
20th
There's a telling moment early on when Carrie opens the door 2 her jaw-droppingly amazing apartment, but we discover it's actually a step DOWN. The minds behind the franchise have chosen 2 continue 2 "steer into the skid", w/ the emphasis now fully shifted from amusing, timely narratives w/ genuine conflict 2 superficial & exhausting BLING. Sure, this is women's power fantasy, but it's now reached the point that relatable problems essentially don't exist anymore unless ur a Kardashian spawn.
Rated 28 May 2010
10
1st
At first, I merely disliked this movie, despite being a fan of the series. And then, after a few days, I realized I absolutely hated it. I am so effing tired of the clothes and shoes BS, I am tired of what a self-entitled bitch Carrie is, and the scene with the fashion plate Muslim women was completely insulting. If they really wanted to make a feminist statement, how about they start writing the characters to have interests and discussions about things besides men, kids and clothing?
Rated 16 Jun 2010
15
5th
Well, it wasn't good. There were a few funny scenes but in comparison to the series - or even the first movie - it was quite disappointing. I just saw that I gave this a higher rating that "The Human Centipede". But at least that one had a plot. So ... -11 Points
Rated 04 Aug 2010
0
1st
Words can't convey how much I hate, how much I despise this movie. Its cultural insensitivity, its sense of moral superiority (and implied cultural imperialism), its adoration of everything materialistic, the diminishment of other human beings to the role of mere accessories or mindless objects in general... It could easily serve as the ultimate charge against what it considers (wrongly, of course) the "western culture".
Rated 29 Sep 2011
14
2nd
A sickening testament to consumption and self-absorption; a torrent of crass jokes, lazy plotting, and cultural ignorance. Presiding over it all is the unspeakable Carrie (Sarah Jessica Parker), who is obnoxious to her patient, sensible husband, and who calls on her three best friends (all significantly better human beings) to drop everything to help her through the most insignificant of moral crises. Too aggravating to be boring, but when Liza Minnelli's ghoulish cameo is just the beginning...
Rated 06 Dec 2014
0
0th
The line "Lawrence of my labia" pretty much sums up the whole film.
Rated 01 Aug 2010
30
1st
I can't even work up the energy to be offended by what is clearly the product of completely out of touch mentally deficient people. Obviously I'm far from the target audience for this but the very fact that such an audience exists is depressing to me.
Rated 10 Nov 2010
3
2nd
Originally I wanted to give two points for each time they showed the nanny and one for a short insert of Peter Gabriel's Passion, but the insert only turned out sound like it and the movie really was not worth for that high score.
Rated 31 Dec 2010
0
1st
One of the worst films in forever. Its a baffling long film about absolutely nothing. Incredibly boring, fails in every area a film can.
Rated 19 Jul 2010
59
11th
There's plenty to giggle at here, including one karaoke scene that's gotta demonstrate the most miscalculated display of on-screen chemistry in a Hollywood blockbuster. I guess Ebert's right about the "watch it like a sci-fi movie" approach, but a good sci-fi movie will always show you something new. In this one the jokes get old, even the ones they didn't intend
Rated 17 Oct 2010
30
2nd
so sad to see Sex and The City turn to this....
Rated 15 Nov 2010
10
0th
If this were a satire of materialist consumerism and white privilege it would be hilarious. But it's not, so it isn't. Fuck this film, hard.
Rated 16 Oct 2010
17
3rd
They had already proved how sufferable going for the big screen; but this is beyond suffering, this is the biggest mess I've seen for a while.
Rated 14 Feb 2017
11
1st
This is exactly the piece of consumerist porn that everybody says it is. The writers came up with nothing but ideas how to present Dior, Rolex and so on. Sometimes boring but the last 30 minutes are so incredibly stupid, ignorant and racist, it blew my mind.
Rated 30 May 2010
20
12th
So....this was just what i expected....terrible
Rated 28 Dec 2010
44
3rd
I wonder how much it cost to get Liza Minnelli to perform at the wedding. I was never a huge fan of this crazy popular HBO show, but I do recognize that it was impactful. This movie though is brutal. How can they validate making this 2+ hrs long. Ugh I fell asleep, they should have quit after the first one. Didn't Aiden go through enough turmoil already with Carrie Bradshaw? ugh.
Rated 25 Mar 2012
24
3rd
Age is a factor.
Rated 21 Oct 2011
15
21st
"Michael Patrick King's fascist, superficial assessment of the Sex and the City girls' intelligence insults them as the women we came to know them as on television, and no doubt has Susan Sontag turning in her grave." - Ed Gonzalez
Rated 15 Aug 2010
7
1st
SATC2 is a lazy cash-in sequel with a story that makes no sense, two of the 4 vane bitches are ignored and the two remaining ones stories are unspeakable awful. The Abu Dhabi visit centerpiece does nothing to help UAE/American relations but does absolutely nothing remotely close to testing them either, instead playing the whole oppression of women thing down to keep it safe. For a film that played the "The girls are going WHERE!? This is going to be outrageous!" angle, it was insulting and weak.
Rated 20 Sep 2016
0
1st
Junior year of college, my roommate made me sit through this wet fart of a movie. And I think that's really all there is to say about that.
Rated 13 Nov 2010
38
4th
Nothing left from the smartnes of the series. Disgusting materialistic bullshit.
Rated 18 Jul 2010
0
12th
This getaway from the Big Apple is also a getaway from an inchoate marital comedy about Carrie's new husband's couch-potato propensities for television and takeout, and his radical proposal (not an alternative open to the average married couple) to spend two nights a week in separate apartments. More than a getaway, really; more of a jump-ship. Loyal followers who consider these ninnies as personal friends will have their tolerance tested to the limit.
Rated 17 Mar 2011
1
0th
Its like a 'SAW' movie, only without the...ummm...without whatever those movies have.
Rated 19 Jun 2010
35
10th
Comedy drama sequel in which the women from "SATC" leave their husbands, kids and concerns behind for a luxury vacation in Abu Dhabi. This shtick is getting old.... like once-brilliant Champagne, carelessly left out overnight. And gone flat.
Rated 05 Jul 2013
50
17th
harikas?n
Rated 07 Jan 2011
82
34th
3
Rated 21 Jun 2010
0
0th
I felt physically ill while watching this movie! Avoid at all cost!
Rated 15 Jan 2012
10
0th
I knew it was going to be terrible, and it really was. It might be the most superficial and shallow film I have ever seen. The storylines were incredibly cliché, using every convention from previous romance films. The characters were barely characters at all. If not for the show, I wouldn't understand who they were. On top of that, it was racist and insulting to both women and homosexuals.
Rated 21 Aug 2011
72
42nd
Surprisingly enjoyable romp (this from someone who has avoided the TV series and 2008 original on principle) which clearly revels in the ditzy and superficial lifestyles of its characters and pokes fun at some of their ridiculous world views (though whether the target audience is in on the joke is another matter). Film is far too silly and shallow to be offensive in its depiction of Muslim traditions; wears out its welcome with 45 minutes to go, but remains consistently entertaining.
Rated 01 Nov 2010
60
33rd
Serialu nie ogladalem - film calkiem zjadliwy
Rated 12 Sep 2014
15
1st
One of the worst movies I've ever had the torture of sitting through. Neither funny nor entertaining.
Rated 17 Apr 2018
0
0th
Pain.
Rated 22 Feb 2011
15
0th
DOWN WITH CAPITALISM
Rated 28 Jul 2018
13
2nd
You don't know loathing until you've seen the opening gay wedding scene on acid. Liza Minelli doing Beyonce with a bunch of Liza Minelli impersonators, people. I am one of the brave few who have watched this movie all the way through more than once. That is mostly a testament to my self loathing and desire to torture my wife.
Rated 22 Aug 2021
34
8th
I don't understand. Who thought this would be a good plot and subject premise for a follow-up movie?
Rated 19 Apr 2021
10
2nd
This movie is every terrible thing that the series has ever been falsely accused of being, with some mind-bogglingly gratuitous cameos and musical numbers thrown on top.
Rated 29 Jun 2011
52
46th
Totally not needed a second movie....
Rated 21 Jul 2010
25
3rd
Are you fucking kidding me?
Rated 12 Mar 2020
27
8th
This is a perfect example of what's wrong with western society.
Rated 21 Aug 2010
7
1st
F*cking disaster. Avoid.
Rated 23 Dec 2012
0
1st
I caught about half an hour of this on tv and I could not believe my eyes. Is this for real? I'm so confused. Do the writers think their audience is retarded? Is their audience retarded? Are the writers retarded? Are the actresses insane? Who ARE these people? I've never seen anything so unabashedly vacuous.
Rated 11 Jun 2010
10
4th
I think they should stop shooting Sex and the City movies.. The movie is like a fashion show, nothing more... "the city" refers to Abu Dhabi from now on.
Rated 29 Jul 2010
17
10th
Filled with cheap and practically laugh-free lines, SATC 2 is surprisingly unfunny, ridiculous, and insulting. The blatant disrespect of the Arab culture gave me a sour taste in my mouth. A disgrace to the HBO TV series.
Rated 30 Jul 2012
0
4th
http://goo.gl/1hg8RY
Rated 26 Apr 2013
1
0th
Ow! Ow! Ow! Ow! Ow! Ow! Ow! Ow! Ow! Ow! Ow! Ow! Ow! Ow! Ow! That's one exclamation of pain for every minute I watched.
Rated 05 Nov 2011
5
1st
Despite being an admirer of the series, I gotta say that this is one of the most shallow, offensive, boring, and pointless movies I have ever watched. Stay away!
Rated 12 Apr 2023
75
65th
prob should be lower at least 73. but i liked some ending stuff and stuff throughout enough to excuse the nuff shit i'd cut out lol
Rated 20 Mar 2014
0
0th
I heard this playing in the background for a good 30min... and just hearing it, the vapid, empty, racist, balls-to-the-wall over-the-top shit-my-pants stupidity of what was being said made me so so so angry... so angry. Absolute filth.
Rated 16 Jun 2012
20
2nd
If you're not one of the four main "characters" in this film; you will be offended. It's unfunny and goes absolutely nowhere plot-wise. Carrie is the biggest fucking bitch in the world, Samantha is a ridiculous caricature and the other two are just there. Sat there like lumps of old cheese. Only one of them is nice to look at. Tastelessly mocks an entire religion in 145 minutes and conveys an entire gender as shallow, materialistic bitches.
Rated 26 Sep 2010
40
22nd
Irritating and pointless, with far less substance that the predecessor.
Rated 09 Dec 2021
16
0th
My wife tried to warn me that we should skip this, but my OCD-completionist nature compelled me to watch it since I've made it this far and we are going to watch the reboot show anyway. Even setting aside the wildly problematic issues with everything revolving around the trip to Abu Dhabi, this movie was just so fucking boring and it has the sheer audacity to have the same runtime as 2001: A Space Odyssey. Bitch Alert's mini-review nails it.
Rated 24 Jun 2018
30
1st
Garbage. Orientalism: The Movie.
Rated 01 Nov 2010
20
1st
This movie was too long. It was also offensive and mindless.
Rated 03 Jun 2010
25
3rd
Ok, this is bad, really bad, but I can't help to think that Samantha should have her own movie.
Rated 28 Jan 2013
0
1st
Managed to make it through 15 minutes, which I consider an accomplishment.
Rated 02 Oct 2010
20
6th
Not much to say. The film is as pathetic as aging but forever young women.
Rated 02 Apr 2012
5
0th
Terribly stupid. The first one was just meh but this one is cringeworthy.
Rated 17 May 2015
10
4th
...abdul winking while carrying the bags at the desert
Rated 10 Jun 2010
25
8th
Don't need to watch it to know it's crap!
Rated 11 Apr 2015
50
34th
I don't know :-) Dresses were perfect, Samantha Jones was peefect, but the main plot was shit. So I'm not sure how to vote :)
Rated 05 Jun 2013
5
1st
The original series worked because of the fresh tone and the controversial topic of female sexuality. 15 years later the world has evolved, but sex and the city has not. The drama is weak while the jokes are painfully unfunny. And the runtime of 146 minutes feels like an attack on those poor people that sits through it.
Rated 01 Dec 2010
1
0th
Suggesting some kind of quasi-feminist Manhattan-boosterism has always made the Sex and the City series phony, as well as loathsome.
Rated 10 Feb 2012
2
0th
The whole thing looks very dated ,clichéd and unfunny
Rated 30 Nov 2012
10
1st
And it's true that this movie's absolute tone-deafness, its complete disconnection from our current economic and geopolitical reality, by moments achieves a perverse Warholian profundity.
Rated 26 Oct 2010
77
68th
Very girlish, liked it all again and again!!!
Rated 15 Oct 2010
30
5th
The movie is as disappointing as one expected. It would have been better of it stopped as a TV series. The movie seems to have been made in promotion of Abu Dhabi. The movie has no plot, far less substance than the first part. I hope they stop it with this. I suppose the movie is supposed to be about empowering woman, but here the woman can only talk about clothes, shoes and sex. I really hope they stop making any thing related to sex and the city.
Rated 05 Feb 2013
15
5th
A true materialistic crap show. High society white girl problems, the sequel! 15 points for the bra-less Irish nanny. I'll admit, I chuckled at the "erin go bragh-less" joke.
Rated 20 Jun 2010
40
12th
Where's the plot of this movie? Two hours went by and I never found it.
Rated 11 Jan 2011
3
0th
all points for the arabian actors. they were quite comical. i think there were about four white, middle aged extras i kept seeing in the bar scenes. they were quite annoying and unnecessary. overall, i would have liked to see more character development for the arabian people. that would have probably made this a 4 point review.
Rated 13 Nov 2011
60
28th
Felt like a last gasp for air. There was no real conflict. It seemed more like a vacation for the actresses. Or a big game of dress up. Kind of boring, a big disappointment for the sex and the city franchise. Seemed like they couldn't come up with any new ideas, maybe it's because 3/4 of them are married and 1/2 of them have children...They ran the show to the ground.
Rated 14 Dec 2021
0
4th
Horrendous plot, if it can even be called a plot. I saw the bad reviews, but decided to soldier through, as I've already experienced the pain from the first movie. Understandable why Kim Cattrall didn't want to participate in the reboot of the show, she had some self-respect left.
Rated 02 Jul 2012
60
69th
I've casually watched the tv series for years and loved the humour (I'm the wrong gender to get much out of the female empowerment). So I heard that this was a hideous mess, but it was on and I got roped into watching it. What can I say? It wasn't nearly as bad as it was billed to be, and in the end I enjoyed it. It was fun. There. I said it.
Rated 02 Sep 2012
4
4th
noah mills is so hot but yeah
Rated 11 Sep 2012
0
0th
I gave this a shot because I ended up kinda liking the first one despite myself, but still went in anticipating a lazy shallow sequel. It was so much worse than that I gave up 2/3 in never did i expect something this offensive.
Rated 06 Jun 2010
20
5th
I want my money back and my memory wiped.
Rated 15 Aug 2015
0
0th
A fuckload of shit. Instead of just polluting NYC with their poorly written, trite antics, four of the whiniest human beings invade and insult another culture.
Rated 03 Jun 2011
10
2nd
"I'm still not sure if writer-director Michael Patrick King intended for his audience to laugh at or with his fab foursome s the refresh the stereotype of the 'Ugly American' abroad..."

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