"Sex And The City" Movie Reviews: A Spoiler-Free Look At What They Say
The "Sex and the City" movie opens May 30, and after a weekend screening in New York reviews have started to trickle out. And they're great. Here is a roundup of what the first couple reviewers are saying, with no spoilers.
The New York Daily News "Sex and the City: The Movie" review writes:
Will love conquer all? Is age only a number? Does Samantha sleep with her hot neighbor? I'm not telling.
But just like any great night out with best friends, "Sex and the City: The Movie" is awash with so much love that it lingers long after the last cocktail runs dry.
Foxnews.com has a "Sex and the City: The Movie" review:
It's going to be a very, very big hit.
I saw it on Saturday night at a private screening. Women wept, cheered. It's the Neiman Marcus catalog on steroids.
The four female stars -- not to mention Chris Noth as Mr. Big, David Eigenberg as Steve and Evan Handler as Harry -- are the most appealing ensemble of the year.
The other review is that of Oprah's audience. The cast joined Winfrey last Thursday, and beforehand the audience was treated to the film, minus the last 20 minutes. From the shrieks, whooping and resounding applause the audience gave, it seemed they really, really liked it.
The Rotten Tomatoes "Sex and the City" movie review is thus far not helpful.