Highly anticipated and made with a huge budget apparently didn't help 'Sex and the City' of eliminating flaw as early viewers complained of reoccurring microphone on some scenes.
With the anticipation of "Sex and the City" theatrical debut is hyphening every seconds, it seems that many critics are taking the positive side of the Michael Patrick King's romantic comedy. Some said that the movie is indeed worth the wait, some others claimed that it is sweet and appealing. Still, despite the rave reviews it gathered, a number of fans that have watched the women flick unveiled one crucial flaw of the adapted movie.
Allegedly, several scenes in the much awaited tidbit contain unedited footages resolving moviegoers to be able to see a microphone hanging down at the top of the screen. In one particular scene where Carrie and Big discuss their wedding vows, the mic appears for the whole section. Whether the appearing of the mic in the big budgeted movie is intended or caused by the careless editing have yet to be explained by those who are involved.
Regardless of the mic, most agree that with the coming out of SATC this coming Friday, May 30, it will be girls-night-out feast as it is aimed for women of all ages. Box office watchers even predicted that the Sarah Jessica Parker, Kim Cattrall, Kristin Davis and Cynthia Nixon-starrer film may pull off a surprising number of ticket sales if observed from the public interest over it.