The core of the Sex and the City TV series is its depiction of four Manhattanites and their bond.
The core of the Sex and the City TV series is its depiction of four Manhattanites and their bond. Over the course of the six seasons, we grow to know Carrie (Sarah Jessica Parker), Miranda (Cynthia Nixon), Charlotte (Kristin Davis), and Samantha (Kim Cattrall), to empathize with their man troubles, cheer for their career successes, and live vicariously through their regular weekend brunch dates.
In Sex and the City 2 we're right back to their friendships, even more so than the first movie. Indeed, most of the sequel — all two and a half hours of it — is about the four of them together on a girls' weekend in Abu Dhabi, which means less of a focus on Big (Chris Noth) or Steve (David Eigenberg), and the return of Samantha in her full promiscuous glory. Hooray!
The downside: while we focus more on the ladies, they sometimes prove to be very frustrating. To see what I mean read more