Care International, Swarovski and Matthew Williamson Dress – Sex and the City 2 (2010)

CARE Humanitarian aid company, Swarovski and Matthew Williamson Futuristic Sequin Cocktail Dress worn by Kim Victoria Cattrall (Samantha Jones) and by Miley Cyrus in Sex and the City 2 (2010) Drama/Romance film.

Care International, Swarovski and Matthew Williamson Dress - Sex and the City 2 (2010) - Movie Product Placement

Care International, Swarovski and Matthew Williamson Dress - Sex and the City 2 (2010) - Movie Product Placement

Care International, Swarovski and Matthew Williamson Dress - Sex and the City 2 (2010) - Movie Product Placement

Care International, Swarovski and Matthew Williamson Dress - Sex and the City 2 (2010) - Movie Product Placement

Care International, Swarovski and Matthew Williamson Dress - Sex and the City 2 (2010) - Movie Product Placement

Care International, Swarovski and Matthew Williamson Dress - Sex and the City 2 (2010) - Movie Product Placement

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Rylan
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Rylan

Exciting and fun!

Leyla
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Leyla

I love what they did with it.

Cayden
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Cayden

What more could you ask for.

Winter
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Winter

A female friend of mine who is an ex-cop told me that she wasnt really interested in watching a shoot-them-up cop action movie.

Josie
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Josie

That just sounds gross and unnecessary.

Marie
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Marie

Laughed out loud during “return to working out” scenes.

Roger
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Roger

Funny, very funny.

Ivy
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Ivy

The Blu-ray cardboard case did have a line along the spine like it was folded before it had even been opened.

Gianni
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Gianni

Awesome, Hilarious, deadly funny!

Johan
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Johan

Positively hilarious.

Braelyn
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Braelyn

I dare you to watch this film and not be entertained.

Ivan
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Ivan

This is an emotional film, not for the faint of heart, for any man to put his life on the line to rescue others during combat requires more than dedication, it required true faith in a higher power, he totally gave himself over and let God guide him, he even rescued enemy troops that were wounded, of course they didn’t make it, but so many others did thanks to him, and he still did not believe he was a hero.

Carmelo
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Carmelo

It’s anthropologically correct inmost matters.