Don't get us wrong-there are a few moments that look awesome. Like Standford's big gay wedding, complete with a performance by Liza Minnelli. Or Samantha's reminder that they made a deal ages ago: "Men, babies, doesn't matter. We're soul mates." But aside from these scenes, we see lot of confusing, cringe-worthy moments that make us weary of the "Sex and the City" movie sequel. Not that they'll prevent it from being one of the biggest movies of the summer or anything.
Check out the trailer here, and take a look at the scenes giving us doubts. PS- Those '80s flashbacks were notably absent. Were they filmed just to throw us off course?