"Sex and the City" Makes its Debut

By: Blaine Tolison Email
By: Blaine Tolison Email

Many in Tallahassee planned a full night to coincide with the premiere complete with limo ride and dinner. The HBO series went off the air a few years ago leaving many without closure and Friday night they finally have it.

"First of all, I hope they still look fabulous and we hope that Carrie finds her man and lives happily ever after." said Anntoinette Rich, waiting outside AMC at the Tallahassee Mall.

Her friend Kathy was more about the look. She said, "I'm anxious to see the fashions too, what all they have, you know. Cause she gets to keep all her clothes you know. There's like 400 different costume changes for Carrie."

In all, there were almost twenty showings of the movie Friday in Tallahassee alone.


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  • by whocares on Jun 4, 2008 at 10:33 AM
    Exactly the kind of comments I would expect from a bunch of man haters. I was raised by a good and descent mother and father who stayed married until death did they part. If you think my comments are so bad go to the CBS website and read the comments from both male and female on how these women set such a poor example for the young women of today. This movie would seem to have everything to do with politics as it portrays an example of todays "woman" equality, independence ect. Quit barking and get with the program.
  • by Mr Big Location: Tallahassee on Jun 2, 2008 at 02:49 PM
    I saw the movie because I am a fan a show -- especially the character growth exhibited by the women (Miranda/Samantha in particular). My problem with Carrie is that her character does not really mature at all over the six seasons. I had hopes going into the film that this would not be the case, but it is more of her sulking and creating self-inflicted problems with the man who (in the first season) said he didn't want to get married again -- nevermind Natasha. Anyhow... I had methodological problems with the film (such as what Big does is HUGE to the girls, but what Steve is seen as 'no big deal' by the same friends, Charlotte is barely existent, Jennifer Hudson was wasted.) I did not go to gripe, but gripe because I had higher expectations for a movie took four years to produce.
  • by CH Location: Ga on Jun 2, 2008 at 01:39 PM
    I saw the movie and loved it!! Just curious Mr. Big, if you are so sick of Carrie, why in the heck did you go watch the movie? Sounds to me you are the type that went just to gripe about it. To Who Cares, this movie is for entertainment purposes, nothing to do with politics. I guess you think Indiana Jones would be a better candidate?? Yeah, that is about as ridiculous as your comparison of Ms. Clinton to these CHARACTERS!
  • by Woman IN CONTROL Location: everywhere on Jun 2, 2008 at 01:36 PM
    For who cares: (accuratly named) Hmmm, another bitter man. Poor baby, did your mommy not treat you right? Didn't get the nurturing you so crave? (and not getting it now either)? It was a movie for crying out loud! Ever seen Animal House? I guess if you can relate women to movies and their leading potential you ought to be able to do the same with men... By the way, I'm not voting for Clinton, but it has nothing to do with her sex. Go McCain!!
  • by Aiden Location: Tally on Jun 2, 2008 at 01:14 PM
    whocares sounds like a closet case, he obviously doesn't like women at all. Ms. Clinton has nothing to do with SatC, and frankly already had control from '92-00, the movie/show isnt about control so much as friendships. Not about indecisiveness but rather not settling for subpar (or closeted?) men, like yourself.
  • by noyb Location: noyb on Jun 2, 2008 at 01:11 PM
    who cares?
  • by whocares Location: cairo on Jun 2, 2008 at 12:55 PM
    I'm sure you are a bag of peg. Such a typical modern name calling female attitude for todays women to immulate. It has everything to do with politics; all women want nowdays is to be in control....here is some news it did not happen this time and it won't happen the next either.
  • by bagofpeg Location: Tallahassee FL on Jun 2, 2008 at 11:49 AM
    Whocares, are you a maroon or just making a special effort today? I’m curious to know why this is a prime example of why Ms. Clinton can’t be president. It’s a movie for gosh sakes and has nothing to do with politics or political matters.
  • by whocares Location: cairo on Jun 2, 2008 at 08:46 AM
    This is a prime example of why Ms Clinton can't be president. Just like these four silly women who can't make up their minds about the men in their lives, they are so vain as to think fashion and the way they look is more important than the real problems that society is facing. Three hundred bucks for a pair of shoes or a purse are you crazy????????
  • by Sherwanda Location: TEXAS on May 31, 2008 at 06:20 PM
    My sisters, niece and I had a fabulous time, I'm a BIG sex & the city fan, but my sisters & niece never seen it before. The movie was create great, it allowed those who never seen the movie before relate rather well. It was my birthday celebration and we were looking good, dress really sexy and lived the night of the Sex & The City girls. What a FABULOUS Sex & the City Day. THE MOVIE WAS GREAT!
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