Count me among the handful of “chicks” who have no desire to see the movie version of “Sex and the City.”
Quite honestly, Sarah Jessica Parker annoys me. Maybe it’s those commercials for her perfume line.
I was most thrilled when Maxim magazine basically said she was not as “hot” as most people thought. (Did Matthew McConaughey make that list, too? He’s another one I feel has absolutely no sex appeal.)
Since I didn’t have cable with HBO, I never got to watch original episodes of “Sex and the City.” I checked out a few reruns on TBS. It just didn’t hold my interest.
It’s up there with — gasp — “Friends” and “Seinfeld” – shows that I just didn’t find as amusing as most American TV viewers.
I’m sure “Sex and the City” will do well at the box office. The movie premiere was actually one of the first stories on a San Francisco TV station last night.
Let me see — we have fires, deadly cyclones, earthquakes and tornadoes and “Sex and the City.”
People are losing their homes in foreclosure, gas prices are sky high and gang bangers are still outrunning the cops in many Bay Area cities. But we still have “Sex and the City.”