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File: Sex And The City 2
Set two years after the first film, the film begins with Carrie (Sarah Jessica Parker), Samantha (Kim Cattrall), Charlotte (Kristin Davis) and Miranda (Cynthia Nixon) meeting up with each other which turns into a flashback to how Carrie first meets Samantha, Charlotte and Miranda in 1986 in New York City. The movie then jumps to the present, two years after the events of the first film. At the Connecticut same-sex wedding of Stanford Blatch (Willie Garson) and Anthony Marentino (Mario Cantone), Liza Minnelli appears in a cameo to officiate the wedding vows and sings Beyoncé's "Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)".
The four friends now have lives that are more stressful than before: All are married except for Samantha, who is now 52 and trying to keep her libido alive with hormones while dealing with menopause; Miranda quits her job having frequently been gestured to silence; Charlotte's two children are a handful and is worried that Harry is attracted to their bra-less nanny, Erin (Alice Eve); and Carrie's marriage to Mr. Big (Chris Noth) has settled down, though they differ on how to spend their spare time: she always wants to go out, he would prefer to stay home, feeding on take-out meals and watching television. For their anniversary, Carrie gives Mr. Big a vintage Rolex watch, and much to her dismay, finds a new television in their bedroom.
For just one weekend, Carrie asks to spend some personal time in their old apartment, where she would complete writing her next column. Mr. Big enjoys this escape from their married life and asks to make it a weekly occasion.
Meanwhile, Samantha is approached by an Arab sheikh to devise a PR campaign for his business, and he offers to fly her and her friends on an all-expenses-paid luxury vacation to Abu Dhabi. While in Abu Dhabi, Samantha's hormonal drugs are confiscated under UAE law; her body remains unaroused by Australian men in Speedo swimwear. Carrie is crushed reading a negative critique of her new book on The New Yorker. She befriends her manservant and learns of his long distance marriage, as he could only afford to see his wife once every few months. Meanwhile, when out shopping with Miranda, Carrie runs into her former lover, Aidan (John Corbett) and agrees to a dinner date. In a moment of passion, the two kiss. Carrie deals with the question of whether or not to tell Big.
Miranda reflects on the events of the previous film, when her husband, Steve (David Eigenberg), told her about his affair and how, while it helped clear his conscience, was something that she was not so sure she wanted to know in retrospect given the months it took her to recover. Carrie opts to call Big from Abu Dhabi to tell him. Previously, in the television series, Carrie had an affair with the then-married Big while dating Aidan, ending their relationship.
Meanwhile, Samantha, Charlotte, and Miranda run up against a culture clash in the Middle East, as their style and attitudes contrast with Muslim society but none more than Samantha. While on a date with Rikard (Max Ryan), Samantha was detained for having sex on the beach, and claims to be kissing. With the Sheik's intervention, Samantha is released, leaving a permanent police record. The PR meeting is cancelled, and their luxurious perks are no longer paid for. With an hour till check out, or their next $22,000 nightly charge, they pack their bags for a hasty departure. After a few more mishaps they leave Abu Dhabi and arrive home safe in the USA. Carrie returns home to find their bedroom television removed. Mr. Big returns home with a punishing reminder -- a black diamond ring.
The movie ends with a few scenes from their everyday lives; how Big and Carrie combine their interests; how Charlotte's nanny Erin turns out to be a lesbian; how Miranda found a new job where she is appreciated; and how Samantha stays exactly the same. In the final scene Big and Carrie are watching an old black and white movie where 'The End' appears on the TV screen.
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