Recently the film “Sex and the City”, written and directed by Michael Patrick King , has been released in the USA , was based on the popular HBO TV show with the same name . The film has followed the continuing sexual desires and fantasies of four main characters - Carrie, Samantha, Charlotte and Miranda and their travails in life and love. The show often depicts frank discussions about romance and sexuality, particularly in the context of being a single woman in her mid-thirties . Stars Sarah Jessica Parker, Kim Cattrall, Kristin Davis, and Cynthia Nixon are all on board to reprise their roles .
Criticised as an anti feminist film , The New York Times deemed the film "dumpy" and "desperate", the Guardian said it is "unbelievably girly, whirly and twirly", while Scotland on Sunday's own critic wants to see Carrie Bradshaw's head stuffed into a Prada bowling bag.
Most of the individual feminists have raised their voice against this film and have blamed for making the female mind only obsessed for sex rather to discuss many aspects the females are encountering now days in USA .
An online survey of more than 10,000 moviegoers buying tickets for "Sex and the City" found that 94 percent were women, and that 67 percent planned to attend the movie this weekend with a group of female friends.