Title:Sex and the City
In this chronicle of the mating habits of New York's cultural elite, Bushnell infiltrates celebrity affairs, sex clubs, and posh suburbs to introduce us to "bicycle boys," "modelizers," and "toxic bachelors" — powerful and successful men who bed single and married women as if it were a contest. Often funny and occasionally bleak, this is an inside account of the quintessential '90s romance and the never-ending search for the perfect marriage partner in high society.
The book is the collection of the column. When first watch the show the book it’s seems not that interesting. I expect more action but the type of the book does not allow it. Carrie in the book is very different of Carrie in the show or later in the movie. Carrie writes for her thoughts about love, life, sex and the big City on journalistic way.
Movie:Sex and the City
Genre: Chick flick,Romance
Incredible great. Real Carrie, Miranda, Samantha and Charlotte like we know them from the show.
Their life on the plate with all good and bad things. They are shown to work with
their partners, at home alone or with escort , out on coffee and in every part of their lives.
Carrie is fashion girl, smart and likeable which should be attributed to Sarah Jessica Parker or to screenwriter.
Samantha is really free spirit woman who likes to do “that” with different man.
Miranda is very professional woman advocate and
Carrie is getting married with Mr.Big, which I like most, because is like looks like an extension of the show.