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SEX AND THE CITY DEBUTS IN NEW YORK CITY

MARY‘S TAKE:

The premier of Sex and The City in New York City took place last night.  However, Lorraine and Mary are on top of things so we saw all the news 2 weeks ago when it premiered in London.

I have to admit this movie fascinates me.   Even un-fashion conscious me wants to check it out, but seeing the “fashions” at the London premier had me wondering really...who decides what fashion is?

More to the point, WHAT WAS THAT GREEN PLANT THAT WAS GROWING OUT OF CARRIE‘S HAIR?

This "going green" thing is going way too far, and apparently green is the new fashion statement.

I only watched Sex in the City when it was the only way I could spend quality time with my daughters.

I hear that in the movie version, Carrie has a wardrobe change 91 different times.

Is this a movie or a fashion show?

Does the sex in the city involve herpes in the city?

Does one need a vaccine before entering the movie?

My daughter already has big plans with her girlfriends for the premier of the movie.

I can't get her to a Presidential primary, but she has no problem getting to a faux film.

Talk about disasters...I'm feeling green...with nausea.

Mary

LORRAINE‘S DOUBLE TAKE:

Does that thing on Carrie Bradshaw's head need watering??  It looks like potential bio-fuel to me.

I’m surprised “Carrie” made it to the NYC premier.  I was expecting to see headlines in  flashing text like "Carrie Bradshaw hospitalized in London with cervical neck sprain"..........

Let's hope the 91 costume changes seen in the movie don't include any more outfits with the possibility of plant food, pesticides, and extra whip-lash insurance.  

I am sure the much anticipated New York debut of Sex in the City was a big hit.....maybe bigger than the bouquet on Ms. Bradshaw's head!!

Lorraine



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      Stephanie wrote May 30, 2008
    • You two are too much! I love it, absolutely love it. This going green ordeal really has taken a toll on Carrie Bradshaw’s head! Oh my goodness, I can not wait to see it for myself, but it is sold out everywhere through tomorrow!



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      Mary Kelly-Williams, M.A. wrote May 31, 2008
    • No spoilers here but I did go see the movie yesterday afternoon.  Sadly, I was without my writing partner in crime who lives 4 hours away in a town that unthinkably has no movie theater!

      I sat in an all-female (duh) sold out movie theater.  My expectations were low.  I was there for pure superficial fashion fun and nothing more.

      The surprise came when I watched the movie evolve and the once self-centered narcissistic characters grow up, especially Carrie.

      These women were actually celebrating the joys of MID-LIFE!

      And, not expecting to have tissues with me, my surprise at the many times I teared up and...actually cried!  

      Hormones I’m sure must be the culprit.

      When the movie was over, I turned to my girlfriend all puffy and weepy and said, “That movie slayed me!”

      Again...the mid-life hormones overtaking my typical pragmatic sensibilities.

      Next stop:  Sex and The City AGAIN with my 20 year old daughter...and this time I’ll come prepared.

      Mary



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