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The 'Sex And The City' Movie Just Dropped On Netflix

The 'Sex And The City' Movie Just Dropped On Netflix

If, like us, your default TV setting is to watch old re-runs of Sex And The City then you're in for a treat as the movie adaption of the series has FINALLY arrived on Netflix.

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We've long been entertained by the cinematic sequel, which sees Carrie Bradshaw and the gals; Samantha, Charlotte and Miranda, jet off to Abu Dhabi, where the columnist bumps into her old flame (and everybody's favourite) Aidan.

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However, the second instalment never quite lived up to the first, so we're only delighted to hear that the initial movie has made its way onto the streaming service.

Credit: New Line Cinema / HBO
Credit: New Line Cinema / HBO

The big screen continuation of the HBO series follows Carrie as she moves in with her one true-love, Mr. Big into a jaw-dropping apartment in New York City with an even more impressive closet.

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However, things go awry after they decide to make their relationship official by getting married after all those years.

Initially planning an intimate wedding, the guest list soon expands to over 200 people and Carrie's simple wedding attire becomes a dramatic Vivienne Westwood gown and that love-it-or-hate-it peacock feather headpiece.

Credit: New Line Cinema / HBO
Credit: New Line Cinema / HBO

Due to walk up the aisle to her Prince Charming, Carrie gets a phone call from Mr Big, who gets a case of cold feet and jilts her at the altar. We still haven't forgiven him...

On a journey of rediscovery and a life without Big, whose real name is John, Carrie spends what was supposed to be romantic getaway to Mexico surrounded by her real soulmates; Miranda, Samantha and Charlotte, who "poughkeepsies in her pants".

Sex And The City: Movie is filled with rib-tickling moments from Charlotte cursing the day Big was born to Samantha covering her naked body in sushi while Miranda goes through some heartbreak of her own.

Credit: New Line Cinema / HBO
Credit: New Line Cinema / HBO

Sex And The City: Movie is available to stream on Netflix now.

Featured Image Credit: New Line Cinema / HBO

Topics: TV Entertaiment, TV News

Lisa McLoughlin

Lisa is a freelance journalist working for Tyla. She has worked for MailOnline, The Sun Online and Ireland's national broadcaster RTÉ. Please contact her on [email protected]

 

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