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Thank You, Diana Butler Bass

…for this excellent, and still charitable (moreso than my own!) review of Sex and the City 2 from a Christian perspective.  Here is a quote, for those of you who haven’t yet had the pleasure:

In the next movie, I wish Carrie and the girls would discover that growing-up isn’t a curse.   Just once I’d like to see the sadly self-centered ladies of Sex and the City wearing tee-shirts saying “J’Adore My Neighbor as Myself.”

This movie was atrocious.  DBB said some things well, that needed badly to be said.  Are there any Christians actually defending this movie?  My personal feeling is that only women who were much more concerned with being liberated women than loving Jesus would think this film movie has anything approaching a positive message.  But I could be wrong…