I went to see it with the best of intentions. When a shop assistant gets turned on by the sight of Charlotte trying on shoes, we were horrified. Like, walk-in-them-like-they-were-Nike-Airs-type walk in them. Who needs a home anyway?
There were very very few lines that gave a glimpse of the old clever dialog, and they all got lost in a mass of cheesy lines about love and friendship that you even rarely anymore encounter in the corniest of Hollywood's chick flicks, and toiler humor that you only expect from movies like Harold and Kumar. But then we remember our own shoe shelves. Now, we get it. But when she finds them — and squeezes her size 7 feet into them — we totally got it. The shoes of SATC were the most important part of any outfit and we could probably wear each pair quite happily today. And she made them to last. I lost my Choo! Remarkable because… fashion changes with the seasons. Like, walk-in-them-like-they-were-Nike-Airs-type walk in them. So unsurprisingly, there are a number of unforgettable shoe moments. Because when Big kneels down — in that gigantic, empty, excellently lit penthouse walk-in closet — and proposes to Carrie with a blue satin and brooch bejewelled Hangisi Manolo Blahnik pump, engagement rings went straight out of fashion. Its depiction of single life for women in their thirties — their relationship highs and lows, their unwavering dedication to friendship, their career triumphs, career struggles — continue to resonate. We grew to love the show because of its honesty towards sexual issues, its shocking but clever dialog, and its characters who, however unreal with their designer obsessions, uncontrollable spending and lack of real jobs, remained true to their personas regarding sex, relationships, commitment, independence. They get stolen and she gets… nothing. As for me, I will keep watching the reruns and pretend this movie never happened. I went to see it with the best of intentions. But it is unforgettable. When a shop assistant gets turned on by the sight of Charlotte trying on shoes, we were horrified. And so is its most talked about element: The show was about sex. Even so, I still watch the reruns, and I was really looking forward to the movie. It was, and is, eternal. Talk about bad to worse. This movie is a fake Fendi. From my perspective the fans of the show should be the ones most disappointed by the travesty that was this film.
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