Sophie from Dublin, 31 May 2013
Horrific parody of the Sex And The City characters, particularly of Samantha. Poor Kim Catrall has to play a Samantha with none of the wit, wisdom or class of the original character. It was if someone who only knew SATC second hand decided to make a film approximating the characters. The sad thing is that there were some issues here that could have been explored well, but were quickly dumped in favour of flash clothes, flash set pieces and parody. Dreadful is too good a word for it.
There is nothing to recommend in this tripe
Tom from Galway, 15 Feb 2011
A terrible, terrible film - notwithstanding the fact that the plot is paper-thin (and that is being generous) and none of the "jokes" work, this film is (in no particular order) an aggravating, nauseating, puerile, sexist, jingoistic, pathetic re-enforcement of stereotyping so grievous it is almost beyond words... And not in the "so bad, it is good" kind of way.
Sometimes homicide is the answer!!
Brian from Louth, 18 Feb 2011
A damn disgrace. Why has someone not thrown these pensioners into an old folks home by now. It's like watching a dirty old drunk bint with wet stains all over her ill-fitting hot-pants trying to chat up an eighteen year old while drooling and failing to wipe the hanging snot from her horse-nose. I wish disease and pestilence on all involved.
Not much sex and not in the city
Nicholas from Dublin, 12 Aug 2011
Not as bad as some reviews suggest. Its one for the ladies who like their shoes and designer clothes as plenty to spot in the film.
I thought the plot and the script and not the actors let this film down. Worth a watch if you want to find out if Carrie and Mr Big live happily ever after!
Liz from Cork, 07 Jun 2011
I'm usually a big fan of Sex and the City but this second film was a big disappointment, the story line is very weak from start to end, I struggled to sit and watch the whole thing