One of the most anticipated movies of the year, the big screen version of ‘Sex and the City’, had it’s London premiere on Monday (May 12) and the first reviews are in.
Carrie Bradshaw and co are back six years after leaving television screens and with fan expectations high, ‘Sex and the City: The Movie’ has alot to live up to.
Prior to the screening on Monday night, Sarah Jessica Parker informed the guests at the premiere that, "Everything that happens tonight must stay in this room".
Celia Walden from Britain’s Telegraph reviewed the movie saying that "fans of the series will lap this film up. It was coarse, sentimental, and outrageously materialistic – just as we hoped and expected it would be."
FoxNews.com‘s Roger Friedman wrote, "Women wept, cheered. It’s the Neiman Marcus catalog on steroids. The four female stars — not to mention Chris Noth as Mr. Big, David Eigenberg as Steve, and Evan Handler as Harry — are the most appealing ensemble of the year.”
According to Colin Bertram from the New York Daily News, who gave the movie four stars, said, "The real joy of ‘SATC’ as a movie lies in the return of all those things that mass television syndication has stripped from the series in the intervening years. The ‘Oh, my God, they did not just do that!’ moments, the nudity, the swearing, the unabashed love of human frailty and downright wackiness."
Photo courtesy of New Line.