Bridget Jones's Baby (2016)
Colin Firth: Mark
Mark : Well, I can always find time to save the world. And Bridget, you're my world.
Mark : You can do this. You can. We can do it together. Just think what life's thrown at you already. You've turned disasters into triumphs with your sheer, joyful, indefatigable, infectuous lust for life. You've managed this entire pregnancy almost entirely on your own, despite a lunatic mother, repressed men, and boyfriends who don't deserve you.
Jack : Come on, buddy. Why are you so angry?
Mark : You know what? I'm really not your buddy. And I don't know about vibes and negative energy or prenatal wind and even less about algorithms. So, I will confess that the laws of attraction are somewhat beyond me. In fact, Bridget defies compehension generally. But despite, or perhaps, owing to the bewildering litany of catasthophes I've witnessed over the last 40 years, I feel I've come to know Bridget rather well, and I've spent those years caring for her very deeply. And that may defy automated reasoning, but there's nothing I can do about it.
Jack : For better or worse, fate has brought us together.
Mark : It wasn't fate, it was condoms.
Jack : What do you mean?
Mark : Those ridiculous dolphin-friendly things from the bottom of Bridget's bag.
Jack : I'm sorry, I have no idea what you're talking about. When Bridget and I got it on, I was... I was not dressed for the occasion.