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Plot: Bridget's focus on single life and her career is interrupted when she finds herself pregnant, but with one hitch ... she can only be fifty percent sure of the identity of her baby's father.
Runtime: 123 mins Release Date: 16 Sep 2016
Bridget Jones's Baby was consistently funny and also moving from start to finish. The audience at the showing I attended were laughing throughout.The plot is well known from the title and movie poster if nothing else! but essentially Bridget Jones has split from Mark Darcy some years ago. She's been single for a while and has a one-night stand with a very handsome American Patrick Dempsey who turns out to be a billionaire internet entrepreneur. A few days later she gets drunk and hooks up with Marc Darcy after a christening. A few weeks later she takes a pregnancy test, and then <more>
has no idea who the baby's father is. She declines an amniocentesis so spends the entire pregnancy with the two potential fathers fighting over both her and the baby.It's a very strong cast, Emma Thompson in particular is a wonderful addition as Bridget's obstetrician, as is Sarah Solemani who plays Bridget's friend and colleague, the TV presenter Miranda. The scenes at the TV station are very amusing.You know you're in for a 100% happy ending with a film like this, so you can really sit back and enjoy the ride. There's only one way the plot could really end, but it does very well to keep you guessing nonetheless.I have no idea why this movie only as of writing this only has an average review of 6.2. I can only imagine that the kinds of people who like to sneer at anything "feel good" or romantic simply spend their time trashing such films.To sum up: it's a very entertaining and enjoyable film. It would probably be best to see the first Bridget Jones film first you could easily skip the second or at least have read the book, but even if this is your first "Bridget Experience", you'll have a good time watching it.
It is hard to find endearing romantic comedies that are believable in these days, but BJ's Baby hits the ball out of the park. It is also rare indeed for a so-called sequel to be as good, if not better, than the original, but again, this film is a rarity and manages to leave you trying to figure out just which one is better, the first or this one. The actual sequel to Bridget Jone's Diary, The Edge of Reason was a forgettable mish-mash and a supreme disappointment. Baby is as far removed from Edge of Reason as you can possibly get. Bridget Jones is happily, still the lovable self <more>
conscious screw-up that she was in her thirties. But this movie finds her in her forties still asking the basic question, "why can't I find happiness". My husband and I are big fans of Diary and we went to see Baby with high hopes. We both laughed out loud throughout this endearing comedy and could have sat through it again without even bothering to take a restroom break. I can't recommend this film enough and can't wait until it is in reruns so that I can catch it on cable channel after cable channel, hopefully back to back with Diary. I was so pleased that the old cast of quirky friends and family rejoined the cast for this third outing and Emma Thompson is priceless as the OBGYN. Patrick Dempsey's casting as the billionaire love interest is superb, but again, Renee Zellweger and Colin Firth steal the show. Even Hugh Grant makes an oblique appearance. For those who thought Zellweger's awesome performance in Diary was some sort of a fluke, Baby, proves once and for all that she is one of today's standout comedic actresses. If you enjoy feel good comedies that just bring warmth to your little heart, do yourself a favor and don't miss this gem.
I absolutely loved Bridget Jones's Baby! I was afraid that after all this time, the humor of the previous films especially the first one would be lost. I was very pleasantly surprised! My husband, who never cared for romantic comedies, actually watched the entire movie and laughed most of the way through. It is great to see Bridget at a later stage of her life. as well as the other characters... Mark Darcy,Jade, etc. I would highly recommend it to any "true" Bridget fan. I also agree with some others that Emma Thompson was a great addition to the cast. I just bought the DVD <more>
and have already watched it again. It is great to see a sequel and not be disappointed!
First of all, this is not supposed to be a heavy, meaningful, deep film. People are judging it on what it is not supposed to be. It is light, funny, romantic and the name Darcy hints on what it is more about. It is about love and finally getting with the person you are meant to be with. It is a modern day Jane Austin story of love and tanglements. The actors are lovely and their characters are credible and sweet. My usual genre is crime so for me to enjoy something as light as this it has to be good. If you like these actors and feel like something romantic and light then you will enjoy this <more>
film. If you want to judge it by a criteria that it is not pretending to be then you will be disappointed. It entertains as a romance and comedy. Nothing heavy or earth shattering but it is a good movie.
Bridget Jones's Baby follows the general formula created in her first two Diaries but with the addition of many modern, relevant, and welcome variables. The opening scene looks and feels exactly like Bridget Jones's Diary 2001 complete with slippers, a glass of wine, and "All By Myself." For a moment, there is definitely a feeling of "oh no, Bridget still doesn't have her act together after three movies???" but then she takes a big drink of her wine, switches the music, and proceeds to lip-sync House of Pain's "Jump Around." And in that moment, <more>
I felt as if I knew the old insecure and alcoholic version of this character was no more. Which is something the movie demonstrates in the next few minutes by showing how she is a successful news producer, has not smoked in "1,891 days," and is now a self-proclaimed "spinster." But what is pleasantly shocking is the fact that neither the plot nor dialogue dwell on the "spinster" idea, or that she is showing signs of a taboo in Hollywood— aging! This is probably definitely one of the best aspects of the movie as a whole considering a strong female lead is rare enough on its own, but having a strong female lead with laugh lines and crow's feet is absolutely incredible. Renee Zellweger Bridget Jones has aged, as humans inevitably do, but instead of making a big fuss about it, the focus is instead put on much more interesting topics such as who is the father of Bridget Jones's baby? And how will she and this mystery father end up? The mystery fathers include Mark Darcy and Jack Qwant. Absent from the roster is Hugh Grant's veteran character, Daniel Cleaver, who is given a ridiculous but believable tribute early in the movie. The remaining beaus are charmingly played by the returning Colin Firth and a novice McDreamy AKA Patrick Dempsey. Mark, a conservative lawyer, and Jack, an American millionaire, could not be any more different. The two paternal candidates do not seem to share anything but the devotion to the fumbling woman that may or may not be carrying their child. At the beginning of the movie, Bridget has the opportunity to find out who the father is via amniocentesis, but that would mean viewers would miss out on all of the slap-stick humor, raunchy jokes, amazingly awkward exchanges between Mark Darcy and literally anyone else, typical romantic comedy "aw" moments, and the list goes on. Besides, the thought of Bridget denying her obstetrician Emma Thompson the opportunity to stick a needle into her stomach may seem unreasonable in reality, but in all honesty, I would not want that procedure done either. There will always be skeptics in the world who say dumb things like, "that wouldn't actually happen" or, "this could have been resolved in like an hour," and those types of people tend to suck the joy out of everything—especially romantic comedies. So I challenge the optimists, the glass-half-fulls, and the hopeless romantics to fight against those cynical neighbors and enjoy this movie anyway. Because Bridget shows us that no matter how many times she hits rock bottom, has her heart broken, makes a drunken mistake, embarrasses her mother, messes up at work, or some other horribly unlucky event—she makes it out alive. Bridget Jones had been gone from our lives for a while, over a decade actually, and Bridget Jones's Baby reminded me just how much I missed her.
Bridget Jones's Baby 2016 : Dir: Sharon Maguire / Cast: Renee Zellweger, Colin Firth, Patrick Dempsey, Sarah Solemani, Emma Thompson: Bridget Jones takes the next step forward and becomes pregnant but unfortunately there is two potential fathers and she is clueless as to what to do. She is divorced from Mark Darcy but he arrives for the apparent funeral of Daniel Cleaver where she learns that he is re-married. This relationship is also on the outs and Mark and Bridget have a late night fling to reconnect. Prior to this she had a sexual fling with a romantic TV guru named Jack Qwant. She <more>
finally spills the beans to both potential fathers and a competition for superior father emerges. Thankfully we are not met with another clumsy fist fight that was funny in the first film but overkill in the second. While the relationships are shamefully careless, the cast is engaging. Zellweger as Jones meets this new situation with honest awkwardness. Colin Firth as Mark attempts to rekindle what was lost and accept the new venture of fatherhood. Patrick Dempsey as Jack is a free spirit but has honest intentions. In colorful supporting roles is Sarah Solemani as Miranda, a flirtatious talk show anchor who leads Bridget into her new fond condition. Emma Thompson brings charm and wit as the doctor overseeing the pregnancy. Sharon Maguire returns as director presenting the value of motherhood as the diary's next entry. Score: 9 / Writing: 100% / Themes: 66% / Acting: 100% / Directing: 100% / Visual: 100%
"Bridget Jones' Baby" is a surprisingly funny, smart, adorable romantic comedy. Yes, really. When I heard that there was going to be another Bridget Jones movie I thought, wow, that is going to be the worst film of the year. The previous two Bridget Jones movies combined comedic and romantic highpoints and low points. In the first film, "Bridget Jones' Diary," there is the legendary "I like you just as you are" staircase scene, where the impeccable and quite possibly inhumanly perfect Colin Firth as Mark Darcy walks down a staircase that showcases his <more>
luscious long legs and tells plump, goofy, perpetually self-sabotaging Bridget Jones Renee Zellweger that he likes her just as she is. If you've never seen the film, you can watch that scene – over and over – on youtube, where fans have posted multiple copies of it, and watched and re-watched it hundreds of thousands of times. How to find it? Just start typing "I like you just as " and Google will finish the sentence for you. There's also a scene where Mark Darcy cooks dinner with Bridget Jones. If I die watching that scene, I will die happy. The Bridget Jones movies also include hysterically funny fistfights between Colin Firth and Hugh Grant as the two men vying for Bridget's affections. But for all their perfect moments, the Bridget Jones movies also included cringe-worthy, masochist, misogynist scenes where Bridget is made out to be the butt of highly humiliating jokes. And "Bridget Jones Diary" was released *fifteen years ago.* Renee Zellweger was already in her thirties. Part of the point of the film was that she was a spinster who had not found a man and was desperate to do so. Fifteen years later, Renee Zellweger is 47, subject of a tsunami of articles and internet posts arguing that she has committed the unforgivable sin, in a woman, of aging. She is too damn old, fanboys and girls stamp and shout. She should be retired to a remote, cloistered nunnery; if she must venture out, it is only with a bag firmly affixed over her old-lady face. Zellweger had plastic surgery and it ruined her, some allege. Others are enraged that she didn't have enough plastic surgery. Everyone is ready with pitchforks and torches to burn the lady for surviving past age 25. And, finally, a romantic comedy about a woman in her forties who gets pregnant and does not know who the father is? Yuck. In spite of all my misgivings, I went to the theater anyway, and "Bridget Jones' Baby" rapidly eliminated all my resistance. I laughed out loud throughout this movie, and I can't remember the last time I laughed so much during a first run Hollywood comedy. In "Bridget Jones' Baby," the emphasis is much more on comedy than it is on romance. Everything is played for laughs. The jokes are broad, low-brow, and slapstick. Don't expect sophisticated wit. Think nekkid bums and b00bs. Bridget Jones is a TV producer. She is single. She and Mark made a go of it, but separated. He is now married to someone else. Bridget has a couple of one-night stands and relies on outdated, ecologically friendly prophylactics. Emma Thompson is her gynecologist. Go see this movie for Thompson's performance alone. If you don't laugh at her, I don't want to know you. Patrick Dempsey is the other potential father. During every scene he's in, all I could think was, did his mother dip him in a magical river shortly after he was born? Dempsey is so obscenely handsome. He also comes across as being such a nice guy. He's just pure pleasure. His fireplace-warm and crackly good humor keeps the potentially awkward plot bouncing along, never getting too serious or painful. I really think it's a human rights abuse that not every woman is issued her very own Colin Firth. He is arguably the perfect man. He may be the last living actor who can convincingly play a gentleman. Again, the film is played for laughs, but there is one scene that is heartbreakingly real. Firth is informed that Bridget is pregnant. He is so overwhelmed with emotion that he must leave the room. It's a small moment, but a poignant one, amidst the rest of the bedroom farce. Renee Zellweger has aged, as have we all. But she's great. She inhabits Bridget, and steals our hearts. The rest of the cast includes Bridget's funny, wacky mom, who is involved in an election meant to mirror current politics. Those brief scenes are as funny as the rest of the movie. Bridget's gang of friends are onhand, and seeing them feels as good as a reunion with your own old gang with whom you raised heck when you were young. As for the Hugh Grant character go see the film. I don't want to spoil it for you.
Like many I was very happy but skeptical when I heard the news of a third entry in the Bridget Jones series. It had been 12 years since the last film, The Edge of Reason, which deviated severely from its source material in the worst way possible and Helen Fielding had put out an awful third book Bridget Jones: Mad About the Boy, which seemed to destroy everything I loved about the series. First off: Bridget Jones's Baby is NOT an adaptation of Mad About the Boy, but its own zany creation. Second of all it's actually surprisingly good. Despite a 12 year gap Renee Zellweger slips into <more>
her Bridget persona flawlessly. She's able to anchor the film so that it still feels like a Bridget Jones film while introducing new characters like Jack Quant, a man Bridget instantly has a spark with at a music festival, and Sarah Solemani as Bridget's colleague and single friend, Miranda. Sharon Maguire who directed the first Bridget film and was the inspiration for Shazzer , returns and seems able to get the best out of her cast. The film sees Bridget, now turning 43, as a successful news producer who is still single and childless. Deciding to embrace her state as a single spinster she goes to a music festival where she meets a handsome man about her age, and sleeps with him. A little while later, when at her godchild's christening, she runs into Mark Darcy, new divorced from the wife he married after they split up, and as sparks fly, she sleeps with him too, only to remember in the morning all the reasons they split up as he never had time with her and was always focused on work. Soon after she discovers she's pregnant with the titular baby.A huge part of the success of the film is down to the script which holds contributions from notorious wit Emma Thompson. It's really quite funny, but also has a lot of character bits so we believe in these characters and their decisions. The explanation for why Bridget and Darcy aren't together feels organic and real. Similarly the movie does a great job of showing who these characters would be 12 years on. Bridget has grown and figures out things in life while still keeping sense of humour and being a clumsy mess in certain situations. Rather than appearing haughty, Mark comes across as painfully shy, a careful man who now has many regrets from all the chances he didn't take. It's a wonderful, sweet movie, and a wonderful end to the Bridget Jones series.
still fighting her demons with intelligent hilarity and tugs on our heart-strings (by CineMuseFilms)
Movie makers do not admit it publicly, but there have always been 'women's films' and 'men's films'. Historically, the film industry catered more to the male viewpoint by favouring action drama but in the post-feminist era the female perspective is prominent. The Bridget Jones franchise is part of the shifting cinema landscape where along with other sisterhood films like Absolutely Fabulous 2016 , Maggie's Plan 2016 and Embrace 2016 , women's uniqueness is celebrated while men are sidelined. Seeing Bridget still fighting her demons as a loveless and <more>
childless 43 year-old is an unlikely sounding plot line, but Renee Zellweger pulls it off with intelligent hilarity and ruthless tugs on heart-strings.The story premise lies in the film title: Bridget Jones' Baby. Now a successful television producer, Bridget is a lonely celibate still longing for her Mr Darcy Colin Firth who married someone else. Her inner-circle girl-talk is liberally peppered with phallic references and Bridget is told she needs to get laid to get real. At a camp-in music festival, which includes a hilarious cameo by Ed Sheeran, she ends up in the bed of a stranger called Jack Patrick Dempsey . It is not long before she also ends up in Mr Darcy's bed, so of course when the pregnancy kit shows positive she doesn't know who is the dad. Muddle-headed before pregnancy, her antics while eating for two are borderline zany but always endearing. Bridget is torn between fantasy options: the romantic machismo and good humour of Jack versus the imperiously handsome Mr Darcy with eyes that make words redundant. Through it all, Bridget is still the lovable awky girl we met long ago, still stumbling through life like in a montage of slapstick sketches where her cute squinty smile wins every time.There are not many laugh-out-loud romantic comedies that have story lines funny enough to hold your attention for two hours. This one works because it has the twin propulsion of being both personality-driven and plot-driven, liberally splashed with grown-up gags and plot twists. There is a strong cast of well-known actors and the filming across various London locations is sumptuous. The over-thinkers might wonder if we will ever move beyond Jane Austen's "truth universally acknowledged" that a woman's destiny is in the arms of a wealthy man. But this is not feminism; it is pure entertainment that is delivered in spades, and you can expect to leave the show cheering that Bridget got her man.