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"There are only two ways to live
your life. One is as if nothing is a miracle. The other is, as if everything is a miracle."

--Albert Einstein

Sex and the City: the Movie

So much has been said about this movie and as with everything else, some people will like it and others will not. Even the day the Budapest Young Professionals were to go see it, a friend tried to sway me to see a play instead because she heard that this movie did not live up to expectations.

Other than the fact that I was obligated, I wanted to see the movie. Missed Carrie and the girls, the clothes and sights of New York. Besides, I wanted to know 'what happened' to the girls in the past four years - which is when the film picks up the storyline.

Surprisingly nothing much changes there, yet life had not stood still for the foursome. The clothes are still spectacular and because I would like to see them again, now I want the DVD.

The story line was surprisingly NOT predictable and would you believe it, there is even a favorite line from the movie. Much like the thing I remember forever about Out of Africa was the utterly intimate scene where Robert Redford washes the hair of Meryl Streep, this movie will always be when responding to Big's question about the diamond engagement ring Carrie gushes 'no, just give me a really big closet.'

Take care of yourselves ladies, we are not likely to see a sequel (or are we). We would like to think of you as the cheerful, one-for-all, all-for-one kind of friends who can come through the pin-turns of life with a smile.

Call it corny, turn your nose or file it away as a really romantic moment and comedy as I did. See the movie for yourself so you won't have to take my or anyone else' word for how good or bad it was.

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