Some people swear by short-haired season 4 Carrie, others are obsessed with Charlotte circa her wedding to Harry. Here are our picks, and why we love them in no particular order. The Classic Carrie Brianna: I love it because back when she wore it, nobody else was wearing tulle like that. She just embraces color in the loveliest way and it inevitably wants you to run out to the nearest store and buy a rainbow striped skirt and call it a damn day.
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In a strong divorce from the series, the movie picks up five years after the series finale - where we find out that each one of the characters have become vapid, soulless versions of their former selves. Carrie Bradshaw was, at the end of the show, an independent woman - not the needy girl she started out as. The movie turns it's back on Carrie's development as a character, shaping her into the stock romcom lead. Think Katherine Heigl with no charm. She is now painfully unfunny, shallow, and quite possibly retarded. She spends the first half the film setting herself up to have the man whom supposedly loves her jilt her - which he does. The second half of the film, Carrie spends complaining about literally everything, dying her hair brown, and discussing bags and love with a painfully useless, annoying Jennifer Hudson, as Carrie's new assistant Louise from Saint Louis.
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Sex and the City: The soundtrack includes new songs by Fergie and Jennifer Hudson who plays Carrie's assistant in the film. The film's soundtrack debuted at 2 on the Billboard , the highest debut for a multi-artist theatrical film soundtrack since 's Get Rich or Die Tryin' ,  and debuting at 6 on the UK Albums Chart , selling to date more than 55, copies. A second soundtrack, Sex and the City:
At a birthday party for Miranda, Carrie and her friends decide to start having sex "like men", meaning without emotional attachment. However, she realizes she cannot after getting brushed off by a man she has sex with one time later. Carrie has many chance encounters with a handsome businessman whom Samantha refers to as "Mr.