"Sex and the City" is finally here. Carina Chocano of the Los Angeles Times likes it.
"For a film that delights in indulging in frivolity at every possible turn, it examines subjects that most movies don't dare graze for their terrifying seriousness. And when it does, the movie handles them with surprising grace, wit and maturity. In other words, it's a movie for grown-ups of all ages." Manohla Dargis of the the New York Times does not.
"I wish Ms. Parker had let that bee in her bonnet go silent, because the movie that she and Mr. King have come up with is the pits, a vulgar, shrill, deeply shallow — and, at 2 hours and 22 turgid minutes, overlong — addendum to a show that had, over the years, evolved and expanded in surprising ways."
You can also catch the horror flick "The Strangers" and the indy film "The Year My Parents Went on Vacation" in Little Rock this weekend.