Carrie, Charlotte, and Miranda are all married now, but they're still up for a little fun in the sun. When Samantha gets the chance to visit one of the most extravagant vacation destinations on the planet and offers to bring them all along, they surmise that a women-only retreat may be the perfect excuse to eschew their responsibilities and remember what life was like before they decided to settle down.
Writer:Michael Patrick King, Candace Bushnell (characters from the book by), Darren Star (television series creator)
Fun, fashion and friendship continue to define the lives of Carrie (Sarah Jessica Parker), Samantha (Kim Cattrall), Charlotte (Kristin Davis) and Miranda. While wrestling with the pressures of life, love, and work in Manhattan, they go for a trip to Abu Dhabi (United Arab Emirates), where Samantha's ex is filming a new movie. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Nick E (ca) wrote: Bought it, redeemed my UltraViolet code, says "currently unavailable on Flixter, Vudu, amazon, Netflix" so basically I can only watch when I have the disc in-hand. THANKS ...
Glenn C (nl) wrote: As a horror enthusiast & video store proprietor I find myself defending the genre almost on a daily basis. Often on an intellectual level and sometimes to temper the fears of parents who are concerned that their kids being exposed. I've been called "sick" and "immoral" for having a passion for horror and globally there is, of course, a bizarre stigma that comes with the genre. Ironically horror is the oldest form of storytelling known to man. Parents misunderstand it and don't even realise that they feed horror to their kids by way of Roald Dahl, Harry Potter and heap of other stuff. Children's literature is full of horror and there's no better example than the Brother's Grimm. Horror is an important outlet to address fears and stimulate emotions that are too often suppressed. One film I often recommend when defending the genre is The American Nightmare. It delves into horror films from the 70s and 80s and studies their significance and correlation with current events. Experts from various fields (media, psychology, history etc) lend their opinions and insights to make for an eye opening, revealing and intelligent study of the importance of horror. Those of us who are already buffs won't learn a lot from The American Nightmare but its most definitely a useful tool for educating the uneducated.
Paul D (au) wrote: A sad tale, but true stories often are, although it makes you think about some of the issues facing sub-saharan africa.
Mark N (de) wrote: Lifeless man in a costume creature destroys any attempt at effective horror. The creature is too well lit to disguise it's flaws and limited articulation and takes you right out of the movie. A decade since two of the greatest werewolf transformation movies and this looks horribly cheap and lacking in imagination.
Alaine B (nl) wrote: A lot of layback and unpleasantness with some good moments. The impression was given that the sun was never going to shine on Gene Hackman throughout the whole movie. In fact, the happiest thing is going on while the end credits roll. Blue Water is a town.
Maxine B (fr) wrote: First film saw of Meryl Streep & though it was fantastic & it also has a fantastic cast wid Kurt Russell,Cher & Craig T Nelson also it made me cry with the song at the end
jay n (us) wrote: Rather ridiculous goings on are made much better than they should be by a terrific Vincent Price. The rest of the cast is fine, Piper looks like a million, and the technicolor is great but without Price it would be hard to get through.
Roger P (jp) wrote: What is the point? Or plot. Hayek ruins what little reputation she ever had.
EmacDaddy (us) wrote: Smartly acted, directed, and written. Truly psychologically terrifying. Oculus is that rare modern day horror gem that is HORRIFYING!
Jason M (ru) wrote: I watched this film recently because a friend told me it was great and that Prince was a musical genius. After watching this film, it validated what I always suspected. This was not a great film and Prince was an overrated musician.This film is Prince. This launched his career and music. In my opinion, his career never did much else after this. Never again did he release great hits despite so many years in show business. Prince was in the 90s, 00s and 10s, much like the Rolling Stones have been after Tattoo You in the early 80s. At least the Stones had a myriad of classic hits from 1964 to 1981! The film plot is light fare. Apollonia is teen boy wet dream fare. Prince's music is pretentious fare. His guitar playing is lightweight and overrated. Despite not being a Prince fan, he has a tremendous amount of hit material in this film. Objectively, this is an okay watch, but not a good or great film. Predictable plot. Prince takes himself way too seriously. I assume fans bought into this. I never did. As a guitarist myself, I never had any respect for his musicianship.The film defines the 80s Prince music genre.