Sex and the City
is one of those pop-culture icons that just won’t die, and for good reason -- it gives women permission to be single in their thirties and fabulous in their forties, and whether it’s the fashion, the sex, or the glamorous lifestyle of these characters, Sex and the City
is the ultimate fantasy. It’s been two years since the first film, and the ladies are comfortably settled into their domestic lives, but when they realize that it’s not all bliss, that’s when complications and doubt creep in.
In Sex and the City 2, Carrie (Sarah Jessica Parker) and Big's (Chris Noth) marriage has become boring and predictable -- who knew ...