The Golden Raspberry awards are "presented in recognition of the worst in film." Sex And The City 2 has been nominated for seven of them.
SATC2 was released this week on DVD and it might just be the gayest movie ever—mostly because the word "gay" was uttered 16 times within the first 10 minutes of the film alone.
You know what? We're just going to keep going with this SATC2 thing. Because it combines sex, shoes, and pink cocktails, and those are the only things we ladyfolk can talk about! Today, however, we'll stop the hate.
Recently, Ms. Bradshaw traveled to the Emirates for a glamorous vacation with a few pals. Here, she recounts her thoughts about her time in Abu Dhabi.
Sex and the City 2 simply wasn't going to win. When it comes to having a big-opening weekend, it was doomed even before the dismal reviews started pouring in. Here's why.
"Samantha's vagina is doing fine. She rubs yams on it, okay? She takes 48 vagina vitamins a day. It accepts unlimited male penises with the greatest of ease. Now let us never speak of it again." [The Stranger]
It's a monumental day in women's history! We're coming to you from a 10am showing, where we are live-blogging our insights into the movie's magical minutiae. Remember this moment, because it's the moment at which dreams came true.
Yes, the reviews are in, and Sex & the City 2 didn't fare particularly well. Neither did its actresses. Let's take a look at the language used to describe the ladies.
How bad is SATC 2? In addition to being "insipid," "condescending," and "blatantly anti-Muslim," it made reviewers experience delirious hallucinations about adding Eleanor Roosevelt as the fifth "girl" or killing them all off in a "heart-rending Death of Spock-type scene."
Instead of speculating on the numerous indignities and heartbreaks the captive audience of SATC2 might endure (starting tonight!), let's instead discuss the upside: girls' night out! That is, if you consider a $70 ticket an upside.