Come for the gabbing and whining and sobbing and laughing, but don't expect much more. It's probably the best that these ladies have looked on DVD yet — though certainly not the best they've looked, you know, in life. Unfortunately, and perhaps predictably, this more or less means that we will enjoy their event movie a little bit less than they enjoy ours -- at least judging by Sex and the City, the film which revives the series' four iconic leads for one more epic adventure. Otherwise, this is a fairly dialogue driven affair, with very little in the way of directional audio or pronounced ambient sound. After all, virtually all summer long they patiently suffer through one superhero movie after another, enduring displays of testosterone-filled wish-fulfillment as we drool over computer-generated special effects and action set pieces. For the second disc, one might expect a bit more of a retrospective, but alas, just the basics are here to be found: There are a few more beats in the montages and an extra scene here and there, but nothing in the way of completely excised plot-lines or additional, worthwhile character development. The feature also explores the relationship between the characters and their clothes and how each has a style all their own. The commentary and the conversation go hand-in-hand discussing the show, and while the commentary is a bit more singular to the movie — and does a fairly decent job at connecting the film to the series — the conversation is the only real nostalgia piece here. The transfer is subsequently full of haute couture and hazy soft-light, but is otherwise replete with artifcating and digitization that remain noticeable, but not unbearably distracting.