Disc One of this two-disc set contains only a commentary track by Director Michael Patrick King. Disc Two contains A Conversation With Sarah Jessica Parker And Michael Patrick King (24 minutes), a featurette The Fabulous Fashion Of Sex And The City (18 minutes), four minutes of additional scenes available with or without commentary by King, a clip of Fergie In The Studio recording the theme song for the film (two minutes), and a digital copy of the movie for your PC or Mac.
We catch up with Sex And The City columnist Carrie Bradshaw (Parker) a few years after we left her and her bed-hopping friends in the popular HBO series. Carrie has just found the penthouse apartment of her dreams with Mr. Big (Noth), Miranda (Nixon) is settling into family life in Brooklyn, Samantha (Cattrall) is in L.A. with her movie star boy-toy Smith Jerrod (Lewis), and Charlotte (Davis) is living her dream of being a mom to her adopted daughter. When Mr. Big makes an arbitrary decision to marry Carrie, you could say the devil is in the details as she and he have differing ideas on the perfect nuptial ceremony. Based on characters from Candace Bushnell
While resolution is occasionally sharp in the anamorphically enhanced 1.78:1 DVD, heavy compression artifacts are noticeable throughout the presentation and can be distracting. Black levels are solid, though, and good shadow delineation helps create an adequate sense of depth in the picture. Fleshtones are overly pink, but colors seem to be naturally saturated. Contrast is balanced well. Source artifacts aren
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