The 10 postheministic clichés that ruin 'sex in New York' through its sequel

It was expected that on nights like yesterday on the balloons nor will you meant the sex reboot in New York 'and Just Like That' because the series is a lack

The 10 postheministic clichés that ruin 'sex in New York' through its sequel

It was expected that on nights like yesterday on the balloons nor will you meant the sex reboot in New York 'and Just Like That' because the series is a lack of respect for your fans look where you look. There is no longer a trace of the original spontaneity of that fiction novel that ended up succeeding at the beginning of the millennium. Neither of his script to the American puritarianism, not even the best female role - and feminist, probably- of the history of television, that of Samantha Jones.

Here are the clichés that are loaded the sequel, a series of topicas bean for the offenditites that seem the less pergived by Irene Montero and his team, which is sure to view together with popcorn the chapters (every Thursday a new one in HBO) in the ministry Equality as they applaud that their proclamations have come to Hollywood.

Conclusions: also see the series because you have to comment. The problem is that all these clichés are so bad, they are so forced that they make it lose their charm to the original idea of Candace Bushnell. A shame.

Updated Date: 10 January 2022, 23:50

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