Tuesday, June 3, 2008

So I Saw It...

I'm putting this after the jump in case some of you haven't seen the movie yet and don't want to be spoiled.

I LOOOOOOOVED the movie. Beyond loved. I thought it was perfect. Amazingly perfect. I laughed. I cried. I totally got turned on over Dante. Sigh. It was amazing. But let me backtrack.

I had plans with a friend on Friday so I missed my girl group going to see it. Those bitches are fucked up. So much for sisters unite. I ended up going to see the movie with my friend S. and my mother, who wasn't really into the series but caught a couple of episodes with me. She actually watched the finale with me and flushed Charlotte, Steve and Samantha down the toilet that night (I named my goldfish after SATC characters and three died that night after I'd had them for like seven months. Coincidence? I think not..). We decided to go early and caught the four o'clock show and what the fuck. Shit was packed. I've never waited in line to see a movie, but I had to wait in line for this one. Thank god we got there at three.

Upon getting in line, I met up with some high school friends, O. and I. Good times. I know I'm going to get shit for this, but I totally let them cut. What, it's all about sisterhood, no? And I'm also going to get shit for this, but I don't give a fuck. What's up with the dressing up? I don't get it. Maybe it's because it's not my thing but I think the chicks with the flower pins or the "I'm A Samantha" t-shirts were a little too much. Don't get me wrong, I love SATC even more than the regular girl, but I find that in the same category I found the crazies at The Lord of the Rings dressing up as Orlando Bloom as Legolas. Maybe I'm looking too much into it but I found it a little cheesy. But that's just me. < /rant>

So we get into the movie and we're all super excited, and then bitches start screaming/yelling/clapping as soon as the previews are done. Ugh. Oh wait, I'm sorry, I forgot that I ended the rant. You get the point.

The movie was amazing. The fashion was amazing. Samantha was amazing. Miranda was annoying. I don't know if I would have forgiven Steve, those are my issues, but the whole thing with what she said to Big, UGH. Carrie usually overreacts to things for me but I totally felt her on getting upset with Miranda on that. Charlotte was Charlotte. She didn't really get a real story, to be honest. I mean, yeah she finally got pregnant but it was such a sideline story. Maybe it's because she has pretty much the perfect life. That being said I'm glad they didn't fuck it up and have Harry cheat on her or her lose the baby. Samantha and Smith's breakup was hard enough on me.

Speaking of Samantha, holy hell Dante. Yum X100000. And yes I totally blushed when they showed his (fake???) peen. My mom was sitting right next to me and I totally gasped and she laughed.

All in all, I loved it. I hope they don't make a sequel and fuck it up, though. It was a perfect ending to the show. Well, no, the perfect ending would have had more naked Smith Jerrod. But that's just my opinion.

OOh, one more thing. These two little old ladies went to see the movie. They were at least 80 years old and loved it. They sat behind and to the left of us and when you see Dante's Dick, one of them said, "Oh wow, did you see that!!" So cute. They had on huge sunglasses and moomoos and I totally want to bring my grandmother to see the movie. If only she understood English.

OMG I forgot to add, Jennifer Hudson can't act. She needs to stick to musicals. She was great in Dreamgirls, but I seriously want to take away her Oscar now.

P.S. - It's not Sex In The City, ladies.

P.P.S. - Weren't those kids a little slow? I mean, isn't Brady about six years old and he doesn't know what to say on New Years? And maybe it's just me, but Lily should've been talking beyond just repeating words by three. I was full on cursing people out at two.


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