SEX AND THE CITY: THE MOVIE
A modern woman who greatly influences the females of the planet in love, sex and life, Carrie Bradshaw is back—hotter, sexier and better than ever—along with her equally vivacious, free-willed, intelligent and feisty friends Miranda, Charlotte and Samantha!
Admittedly, Carrie Bradshaw (Sarah Jessica Parker) is my kind of woman (sans the lesbian tendencies.) She also happens to be the ultimate reason why owning a Mac has been a longtime dream of mine. I don’t know. I guess there’s something so cool and so enticing about the way she writes her weekly columns in that uber-classy laptop. It’s not so much as a breakthrough fashion statement than a compelling gadget that has the hidden power to influence all the women in New York. From then on, MACs have become such a major turn-on for me.
When I was in high school, I have already taken a high regard to women like Carrie. So beautiful, so secure, so independent, so smart and yet so cautious and even anxious when it comes to the affairs of the heart (or at least affairs in general.) Despite her to-die-for and high-quality fashion sense, she still exudes a characteristic that’s so diverse and so meaningful than merely being just an American Barbie doll.
Her adventures with Miranda Hobbes (Cynthia Nixon), Charlotte York (Kristin Davis) and Samantha Jones (Kim Catrall) made the show even more stimulating. Coincidentally, the show also made the Manolo Blahniks a signature shoe for the women who have a high nose for fashion. Their diverse, albeit strong, personalities have made a lot of women (even young girls) tune in to their weekly escapades. Charlotte’s conservative and rainbows in the sky attitude, Miranda’s tough, goal-oriented and commitment-phobic character and Samantha’s overwhelming confidence and top-of-the-charts sex drive have become effective influencing factors of how a modern woman should be. Or at least, they give an overview of what a woman deals with and yearns for as time (and society) changes.
I have truly missed watching them regularly (despite my DVD collection). And now, the big screen has finally given a bigger chance for the fans to relive the glory days of four women whose lives mirror the struggles and the glories of being a (contemporary) woman.
Commencing countdown for Sex and the City: The Movie. Opens May 30th. 🙂