Sex and the City: Season 6, Part 2
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Alternate endings:Four Audio Commentaries with Michael Patrick King Aspen Comedy Arts Festival Seminar recorded in March 2004 featuring Sarah Jessica Parker, Michael Patrick King, and other writers from the show - Run time 1 hour, 15 minutes. 10 Deleted Scenes 3 Never-Before-Seen Alternate Endings 2 Farewell Tributes
Deleted Scenes:Four Audio Commentaries with Michael Patrick King Aspen Comedy Arts Festival Seminar recorded in March 2004 featuring Sarah Jessica Parker, Michael Patrick King, and other writers from the show - Run time 1 hour, 15 minutes. 10 Deleted Scenes 3 Never-Before-Seen Alternate Endings 2 Farewell Tributes
- All 8 episodes from the second half of the 2003 series
- Three never-before-seen alternate endings to series finale
- Two farewell tributes (30 mins. each)
- 2004 US Comedy Arts Festival Seminar
- Deleted scenes from seasons 1-6
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HOWEVER...the way HBO makes DVDs is HORRIBLE. There is no "Play All" option, for example, forcing you back to the main menu to go to the next show. And each show is considered a chapter - so if you skip to the next chapter you will go to the next show. Finally...the DVDs were mastered very poorly. On my Sony XBR 36", some of the images are grainy, a couple of shots had portions blurred. HBO needs to take a lesson from Fox and how it produced "The Simpsons" DVD series. For the price HBO charges for its shows (not to mention the delays in releasing them), I would expect much better production quality.
The Series wrapped up with many nice surprises. Charlotte's new passion was not only fitting, but really suited the 'new' Charlotte. Miranda's acceptance of the consequences of her new life were masterfully played by Cynthia Nixon. Catrall...Dear LORD how talented is this woman? Her protrayal of Samantha in the most serious stages of her illness was classic Samantha, but with a vulnerability never seen in this character. (Particularly the Samantha/Smith relationship and it's very natural development.) And, of course, SJP wraps up the chapter of Carries life in a very acceptable fashion.
The series' end was handled wonderfully and respectably for all involved (no miracle pregnancy for charlotte, no Carrie's Wedding). This is fine television at it's best, and any series fan will have to own this, just on principle alone.
That being said, I agree with the earlier review who said HBO isn't real 'user friendly' when it comes to programming their DVD's. I'd like to be able to watch one episode after another, but ya gotta keep running back and forth between menus. And, as I said in this episode's predecessor review...Why only half a season? What???? But, now that you have both parts, it makes it a whole. A pricey whole in relation to the other, full-season-in-one-package wholes, but at least complete.
Now, one gripe I have moreso with this portion of the series was Mikhail Barishnikov's character.Read more ›
I believe that for most of us, if we look back on the high points in our lives the events going on at the time were new, challenging, even scary sometimes. But then we realize that these events were so fulfilling, so eye opening, that we find ourselves planning the same events for other friends or future partners. Every place that I travelled to in my life that I found to be an unforgettable experience, I eventually ended up returning to that place with a less adventurous friend.
If there was one thing I found rather hard to believe in the Paris episodes of Sex and the City, it was how quickly Carrie gave up on the city. What did she expect? It was her first trip to a foreign country, she didn't speak the language, she didn't know the culture.Read more ›