Viper wrote:Love Sex and the City. Went to see it yesterday- loved the film, too. But then I think I love it because I'm not "girly", in a weird way. I love it for being about sex and relationships and women, but not being about gooey unrealistic romances and looking pretty all the time and always being cute and girly and giving up your career to live back in the deep south with your old hick boyfriend.
I love it for stuff like when Charlotte says to the other girls- maybe we can be each other's soulmates. And when Samantha ends it with a philandering lover because she "loves me more". And when Carrie marries herself and gets her friend with kids and a husband to send her a wedding gift, because if you're single, there are no celebrations outside the ones everyone gets just to celebrate your choices.
Aww see thats why i love sex and the city as well. Not that bothered about the fashion but i love the relationships they all have with men and eachother. Not seen the film yet but i'm hopefully going next week.