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Tag Archives: Kristin Davis
Couch Potato Pickings | Motherhood – seriously, who wants to watch a day in the life of a yummy mummy?
This was one of the worst box office flops in Hollywood’s history. It’s not difficult to see why. It’s the story of an urban yummy mummy (Uma Thurman hang your head in shame!) who spends a day juggling the demands … Continue reading
LIKE: the way Miranda stands up to her misogynist boss. LIKE: her excuse for not dancing to Liza Minnelli’s version of Beyonce’s Single Ladies at Stanford and Anthony‘s wedding. LIKE: how she reads up on Abu Dhabi and even learns … Continue reading
DISLIKE: that Charlotte is reluctant to leave her family when presented with Samantha‘s invitation to an all expenses trip to Abu Dhabi. DISLIKE: the ways she brings her kids along to gatherings with the girls. LIKE: the fact that … Continue reading
LIKE: I love how fabulous Samantha looks for her age. Can you believe that Kim Cattrall is 53? DISLIKE: her many hang-ups about the menopause and dependency on drugs. None of us stay young forever. Get over it. LIKE: that she insists … Continue reading
Couch Potato at the Cinema: Sex and the City 2, plus Liza Minnelli, Miley Cyrus, karaoke and a gay wedding
SATC girls’ nights outs will be adding a sparkle to towns and cities up and down the country this weekend. There’s no doubt. Women just love this franchise. And the reason why is that it speaks to all women from … Continue reading
A couple of days ago, I gave some thought to the ultimate chick flick… Pretty Woman? When Harry Met Sally? Mamma Mia? And then, sadly, Patrick Swayze died, and the news reports featured girls of all ages all declaring their … Continue reading
Four intelligent, independent, attractive women; inspired writing that’s both sharp and witty; a glossy Big Apple setting; and sex aplenty. Isn’t the Sex and the City franchise fabulous? Absof***inglutely What’s not to like? And that’s not a rhetorical question. Heterosexual … Continue reading
Quantum of Solace smashed UK box office records on its opening night last Friday, taking £4.9million in ticket sales and knocking Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire off the top spot with its £4million in 2005. Quantum even beat … Continue reading