Movie therapy thanks to ‘Sex And The City’

2 Nov

Say what you want about ‘Sex And The City’. I love it. (With the exception of the second movie, clearly).

I’m watching the first movie tonight. Oh, sure, I’ve seen it ten or twelve or twenty times, but I still enjoy it. In fact, it feels kind of therapeutic. All the scenes with Carrie suffering heartbreak in Mexico. Call me a sadist, but those are my favourite bits right now.

Maybe the product placement is out of control. And maybe Sarah Jessica Parker does look a bit like a horse. But too much of this movie rings too true for me not to hold it in a warm place in my heart.

‘Til the end that is.

I mean, the whole shoe proposal scene is cute, but I think we all know sh** doesn’t pan out like that in real life.

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3 Responses to “Movie therapy thanks to ‘Sex And The City’”

  1. K. A. Smith November 3, 2013 at 2:00 am #

    “and maybe Sarah Jessica Parker does look a bit like a horse” – you just made me snort! Hahaha. Now I’m totally gonna re-watch the movie and make horse sounds.Pahaha.

  2. newfallday November 3, 2013 at 4:30 am #

    i’m glad to see that i’m not the only one who gets angry at non-realistic hollywood movie endings!

  3. anoninthecity November 3, 2013 at 10:22 am #

    Oh my goodness you have no idea how much sex and the city is getting me through my breakup. Its so good!

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Movie therapy thanks to ‘Sex And The City’

2 Nov

Say what you want about ‘Sex And The City’. I love it. (With the exception of the second movie, clearly).

I’m watching the first movie tonight. Oh, sure, I’ve seen it ten or twelve or twenty times, but I still enjoy it. In fact, it feels kind of therapeutic. All the scenes with Carrie suffering heartbreak in Mexico. Call me a sadist, but those are my favourite bits right now.

Maybe the product placement is out of control. And maybe Sarah Jessica Parker does look a bit like a horse. But too much of this movie rings too true for me not to hold it in a warm place in my heart.

‘Til the end that is.

I mean, the whole shoe proposal scene is cute, but I think we all know sh** doesn’t pan out like that in real life.

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