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The story picks up four weeks after the first film, and already Bridget Jones is becoming uncomfortable in her relationship with Mark Darcy. Apart from discovering that he's a conservative voter, she has to deal with a new boss, strange contractor, and the worst vacation of her life. Written by
Earned $8.7 million in its 530-theater opening weekend, setting the record of the highest-grossing limited release opening weekend. This record was broken seven years later by Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol (2011), which earned $12.8 million in its 425-theater debut. See more »
When Bridget apologizing to and thanking Mark Darcy for getting her out of prison, she is carrying a small pink handbag. When they go out to the corridor, the purse is missing. See more »
[Bridget gets out of bed covered in a sheet and begins to fumble around]
What on Earth are you doing?
Why're you dancing around in that tent business?
Because I don't want you to see any of my wobbly bits.
Well now that's a bit pointless, isn't it? As I happen to have a very high regard for your wobbly bits. In all circumstances.
[Bridget's head emerges from the sheet]
Absolutely. I think it's high time we had another look.
[Bridget drops the sheet on the floor]
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It seems that, now, even romantic comedies have gone the way of cookie-cutter action flicks in their being too formulaic.
Spare yourself watching this movie. The gist is this: the new Bridget Jones is a blubbery, stupid, awkward woman. She goes on various trips and social outings, never failing to fall down, make stupid comments, spill things on people, put her makeup on wrong, etc etc ad nassssseum. Think slapstick comedy. Think the Curly from the 3 stooges, getting bonked on the head for the 212th time. It gets old fast.
In the first movie, I think a lot of girls could sympathize with her flub-ups and awkwardness because Bridget was also witty and intelligent, in spite of her shortcomings. Only this time around she's pretty much just a waste of space.
Oh, by the way, there isn't actually any plot development for the movie. Just endless scenes of Bridget making a fool of herself.
They always say sequels are worse than the original movie, but I've never seen one so much abysmally worse than the first.
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