Writer-director Michael Patrick King, the creative force behind the show's later seasons, can't disguise the fact that the movie is basically five TV episodes strung together (only three hit the mark). But his script is more honest about aging than anything in "Indy 4."
If you are immune to the charms of Carrie and co., this will do little to convert you. Still, it has more than enough sass, style and sentiment to keep the faithful satisfied. Add a star if you're a fan.
Best in its small moments, the movie should find receptive gal pals congregating for the mother of all viewing parties.
Though Sex and the City is every bit as busy as its HBO progenitor was, it's virtually plotless, not to mention pointless.