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    coming out party finally hits australia. although they didn't think i am that funny. this, from the country whose biggest comedic achievement is crocodile dundee. screw them!
    "hooking up in the real world," hosted by coral and myself. it ended up pretty good.
    "coming out" stories told by comedians and writers. not a comedy show, per se, but is often funny.

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    Yes there is the full version of the song, it is on the soundtrack.

    cha cha squig

    judging from the trailer, it does appear cliché, then again, what doesn't? as the cliché goes: everything has been done before...and hollywood clearly shamelessly admits to that [expression] by releasing remakes of yesteryear's blockbusters this spring: Clash of the titans, nightmare on elm street

    anyway, i've never been a die-hard fan of the show nor the concept of a quartet of middle-aged “twatinas” running around aimlessly....though I do admire Samantha's character....she's REAL, expressive of her intuitions, reciprocative and doesn't give a rat's arse about those whose opinions don't matter in her world.....Go team Sam! As for today's, not much to screen...i find the theaters provide a more entertaining experience with tasty popcorn, and if you're on a date, having some fun between the aisles...if feasible


    While I watched the show as much as possible when it was on, I would never call myself a huge fan. I always enjoyed it, but it was never a priority to me like some people. I thought the movie was far too long and felt like a random mash-up of episode ideas that never made it to TV. Parts were quite enjoyable, others made me cringe. I understand the issues they were taking with the Middle Easts treatment of women, but the way in which they addressed these issues was offensive to me. I feel that part of the reason so many people in this world have such disdain for Americans is due to our general refusal to behave appropriately while in other countries. In other words, accept that the culture is not our own, we may not like it, but we should at least do our best to not blatantly disrespect it. I worry that some impressionable youth is going to think it's ok or cute to go running around UAE screaming she has sex and whipping around a pack of magnums. I typically do appreciate Samantha's character, however, the character's behavior for at least a third of the movie bugged the shit out of me.


    I went to see it yesterday, and I agree with Dan, if you're not a fan of the show, you'll probably not like the movie. I hate to say it, but I sort of liked it more than the first one. I guess my expectations were lower going into it. There were some cheesy/awkward moments, but it was still a fun movie.


    I'm a huge fan of the SATC series. I also really enjoyed the 1st movie. I liked this movie, but I definitely feel it was a bit too long.

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