Rightbloggers on Sex and the City: Still hate sex, and city, but love that anti-Muslim angle

%{[ data-embed-type=”image” data-embed-id=”57150c4989121ca96b961a55″ data-embed-element=”aside” ]}%The reviews are in, and Sex and the City 2 looks like the

season’s biggest critical bomb. Though the film drew a decent crowd in its opening weekend, it was

lambasted by critics both highbrow (“almost avant-garde adventure in

aimlessness” — Wall Street Journal) and low (“Sucks in the

city” — New York Post).

But SATC2 did have one approving claque: Rightbloggers, who

had never liked the sexed-up series, gave it a big thumbs-up.

Why? They weren’t impressed with the quality

of the film — for one thing, most of them hadn’t seen it, and for

another, rightbloggers don’t judge films on anything so frivolous as

artistic standards or entertainment value.

No, they stood and cheered the unloved sequel because they heard it was

conservative — or at least that it looked that way if you squinted at

it right.

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