Sex and the City movie review (trailer)

<a href=Sex and the City Movie Review" src="//" style="margin-left: 5px; margin-right: 5px; margin-top: 5px; margin-bottom: 5px; float: left; width: 400px; height: 262px; " />Honestly I was never a fan of the television show. It was widely popular and what lots of people I socialized talked about but something about the weekly format of women talking about their issues and flashing body parts just wasn't my cup of tea. I don't know why I watched the movie. But man am I glad I did. I love this movie! I really, really love it. I've watched it a hundred times probably.

It centers around Carrie getting married to Mr. Big. The wedding starts out small and turns into something bigger than even Big himself when she is given a designer dress after doing a fashion spread in Vogue magazine. Yes, it all seems like a fairytale. But while everything is going right for Carrie things are less cheerful in Brooklyn where one of our favorite ladies finds out her husband had an affair. Miranda can't take that and moves out.

The only brunette in the cast, Charlotte, finds herself pregnant and having a baby. While the buxom blonde is actually in a steady relationship but can't ever get enough sex and that too ends eventually.

Carrie's wedding has complications when Big decides he isn't ready to get married then changes his mind again. The girls all go on the planned honeymoon to try to cheer up Carrie but it takes the help of her new assistant (Jennifer Hudson) to bring her spirits back and eventually reunite her with her love, Mr. Big.

A great chick flick filled with ups and downs we can all relate to on one level or another.