All hugged out.
When HBO’s Sex & The City appeared on the big screen four years after the series finale, it was a guilty thrill to see the key characters together one more time. When the key Entourage players return four years after their finale, none of that magic hits the screen.
I’m not sure why this didn’t work. Girls, cars, penthouses, yachts and Hollywood settings should have been (Ari) Gold for a summer movie.
One argument is that none of these actors have done quality work since the show so they feel stuck on the small screen. But that’s not the only thing; the story just isn’t any fun. For some reason it’s flatter and more unbelievable than the series’ worst TV episode.
Simply put: Loved the show. Was bored in the movie and didn’t laugh once.
Award potential: In the running for a Golden Raspberry, oh yeah!
The ten buck review: Not worth ten bucks.