Michael Patrick King
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The Worst Films of 2010
10 Jan 2011 // 4:00 PM

When Hollywood delivers the stink bombs, they are strident in their creative stench. Need proof? Just check out the ten titles below.

Offensive to Muslims? Give Me a Break.
7 Nov 2010 // 4:00 PM

I didn't have much faith in something as colorful, fun and, yes, decidedly feminine as Sex and the City to begin with, and the reviews stubbed out any remaining hope I had for this movie. Not only was it purported to be bad, but it was also deemed unacceptably offensive to Muslims. How could they all be wrong?


'Sex and the City 2': More Glamour Than They Know What to Do With
4 Nov 2010 // 6:25 AM

While extravagance on the fashion front has always been a welcomed addition to the Sex and the City franchise, the team takes things about ten steps too far in their second cinematic adventure.

'Sex and the City 2': Arrested Development
26 May 2010 // 11:01 PM

The spectacle of four supposedly high-achieving, professional NYC sophisticates “Ooohing” and “Aahing” at a tacky gilt and red-brick fantasy Middle East escaped from a Disney rejects storehouse is beyond risible.


Girls Behaving Badly
23 Jun 2010 // 2:23 AM

'Sex in the City 2' may be the worst movie of the year. But while the movie supplies few laughs, the puffed up outrage of some critics regarding the character's politically incorrect behavior is worth a few chuckles given that the same critics gave a pass to guy-centered comedies where the characters engaged in similar bad behavior.

The Three Reasons I Won't Be Seeing 'Sex and the City 2'
24 May 2010 // 4:50 AM

Call it a bias or an irrational fear of my feminine side, but Sex and the City 2 will surely live without me…and I without it.


'Sex and the City': The girls are back — and for the cast, the wait has been worth it
28 May 2008 // 11:27 PM

There are no Wookies in the "Sex and the City" movie -- no Vulcans with pointy ears or hobbits with oversize feet or aging archaeologists

//Mixed media

NYFF 2017: 'Mudbound'

// Notes from the Road

"Dee Rees’ churning and melodramatic epic follows two families in 1940s Mississippi, one black and one white, and the wars they fight abroad and at home.

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