Renée Zellweger's first released film in six years. Originally, she had filmed two movies prior to this film, but both were pushed back to 2017, which subsequently made this her first big screen appearance after the hiatus. See more »
When Bridget and Miranda arrive at the festival, Miranda dances close to foam floating on air. When the shot changes the foam has increased dramatically. See more »
We thought it would be really fun to get a photo of us backstage among all these glamorous people. I think that's the guy from Bargain Hunt. It'd be great if you could get him in the shot. Quick, quick, quick!
[holding their phone to take the photo]
So you don't want me in the photo at all?
Oh, God. You can lose the attitude, babes. Is it really that difficult?
[Taking Bridget by the arm and turning away]
God. They let any old riff-raff backstage nowadays.
I don't know. I thought he was kind of ...
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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 »
I wanted to enjoy this film, as there is so little to laugh at in the world right now, but this movie only adds to the misery.
It was a bit like watching the deleted scenes from the other films. In the end I started doing an ethnic minority count, just to see what the white middle class writers think of England.
It turns out there are more ethnic minorities instar Wars than in this film. I think an Indian guy had a line, and an African nurse, but all the others were extras.
I began to wonder if the rest of the world think that this is what London is like, it was better than thinking about the story line. Again, it was 40 years out of date.
To say I might have missed the point because this was a 'womans' film would be insulting to women. The female writers had some good lines in relation to the pregnancy and childbirth, but the overall result was about as funny as being in labour.
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