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Sex and the City 2

Rated R for some strong sexual content and language.

R 146min.
 
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The stars of the hit HBO series reunite with original writer/producer/director Michael Patrick King to deliver this sequel that finds the ladies venturing outside New York City for the adventure of a lifetime. Read More
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Carrie Bradshaw
Samantha Jones
Miranda Hobbes
Charlotte York
Mr. Big
Aidan Shaw
Steve Brady
Harry Goldblatt
Smith Jarrod
Stanford Blatch
February 27, 2011
Peacecin57
Ok lets start with shut-up all you people that didn't let the second movie. I totally LOVED the first and second movie. If you are a true sex and the city fan, why the hell wouldn't u love anything they do.So that being said. I wait the baited breath for the 3rd movie. LOVE you writers keep up with great work, don't let me down I need more
September 07, 2010
HottieFan2006
IT'S MUCH BETTER THEN FIRST SEX AND THE CITY !! SEX AND THE CITY 2 STORY WAS FULL OF CLAMAX AND STORY !! I CAN'T WAIT FOR IT TO COME OUT TO DVD !!
September 01, 2010
Tazzgirl2009
i think reviews r stupid just brings all the actors stress n stuff which needs to go hard work they do a movie is a movie if we dont like it we should just keep our opions to our selfs
August 15, 2010
LauderdaleHelen
Wonderful mind candy, lots of laughs and great clothes - I loved it!
August 13, 2010
Coolgurl219
i hate this movie. it was really offensive to all muslims and most of it wasn't even true. and yes i'am muslim, so i guess its natural for me to be offended by it

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