After a humiliating command performance at The Kennedy Center, the Barden Bellas enter an international competition that no American group has ever won in order to regain their status and right to perform.
Jones' handwritten diary has been replaced with an iPad. See more »
In the first Bridget Jones movie, we learn that Mark is four years older than she is. When Mark is checking their compatibility on Qwantify, it says that he is 50 years old and Bridget 43. He should be 47... See more »
Well, I can always find time to save the world. And Bridget, you're my world.
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There's a picture a the very end of the credits showing Bridget, the child, and the father of the child all wearing Christmas Jumpers. See more »
Written by Psy (as Park Jae-sang) and Gun-hyung Yoo (as Yoo Gun-hyung)
Performed by Psy
Courtesy of YG Entertainment Inc. and Universal Republic Records (US)
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Awesome. Renee Zellweger once again reprises her role as the loving singleton Bridget Jones. This time, she is having a baby. Sharon Maguire returned after directing Bridget Jones Diary. This is the first Rated R movie that I have watched in cinemas. And it still made me surprised thanks to the return of the cast from the previous Bridget Jones films. This time, Emma Thompson and Patrick Dempsey and more joined the cast of this romantic franchise. Bridget Jones never fails to make everyone laugh. But even though love hurts, you have to fight for it for someone who appreciates you just as you are. Be like Mark Darcy, a loving man. The theme song of this film; Still Falling For You by Ellie Goulding, really tells about the diary of Bridget Jones until now. Bridget's lovelier is like a dice, she cannot lose. She only has to pick someone who will love her forever. And who will never give up on her even though she makes mistakes. But still, love wins to those who is patient. God Bless My Verdict:9.8
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