The (above) Vivienne Westwood wedding dress was to die for. Everything else? Was just dead.
The music was downright horrible! Made cheesy and forced moments a thousand times more cheesy and forced. (Bad R&B for the ENTIRE movie? What is this 1996? I mean... Really?) But worst of all, was the message these characters were sending the women who worship them: run away from your problems and eventually everything will just work out. (Really?)
The script was dreadfully painful:
(a teary) Carrie: "You gave me my life back."
(an equally as teary) Louise: "And you gave me..." (sniff) "... Louis Vuitton."
It's predictability was unparalleled. It's plot was pointless on the verge of laughable. It's characters were unlikable, the performances were forced and everything about the film just felt very uncomfortable.
For someone who bought tickets two weeks in advance and stood in line for over an hour yesterday (to get good seats), excited out of my mind, I was pissed. And sad. And thoroughly disappointed. And absolutely despising Carrie Bradshaw, she who I once loved.
My advice? Take your girlfriends to see Zohan or something that's supposed to be bad.
Anyone else see the movie? Would you agree or disagree with me? I'd love to hear your reviews, ladies and gentlefriends.
*Check out my unborn daughter's first dress and if you have any good ETSY links to adorable handmade dresses, jumpers, etc please list them here. As always, I'm collecting tips at the door.
**I'd also like to thank Hot Wheel Hacienda for nominating this post for a Perfect Post Award. Thank you! Thank you!
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