I think it's kind of weird that we're talking about a show that's been over for two years, but it is in syndication, I guess reaching new audiences.
I, for one--and maybe the only one--was thrilled that Kim Catrall put the kibosh on a S&TC movie. I loved the show and watched it since it's first episode back in '98. The last episode wrapped up the series in a way that I did not like. I still watch seasons 1-4 on DVD, but really can only get through the first half of season 6 without starting to feel disenchanted with the tone change toward the end. Everyone was happily paired off in whatever kind of relationship they settled for. It was a little too standard sitcom-ish. When Friends ended nearly the same way two months later, I was even more disappointed in the stock conclusion S&TC came to. And that left me wondering--where could a movie go? A big wedding thing with Carrie & Big? Samantha & Smith? I'd find that hard to believe and seriously out of the spirit of the first 4 seasons of the show. Plus, any plan to make a movie would have just come off to me like a blatant money grab. I am glad they never did the movie. The show can still retain some of its uniqueness in my memory that got me hooked so early on.