Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason (2004)

Director: Beeban Kidron

This is a sequel to Bridget Jones Diary which once again highlights the adventures of Bridget Jones, a 30-something, single British woman as she continues on her quest for love.  In this movie, she finds herself in a somewhat complicated yet extremely comical relationship.  Bridget is a somewhat frumpy, yet adorable woman who keeps a running diary of her romantic adventures and relationship woes.  The movie navigates the ebb and flow of her new relationship as she muddles her way through it and on to a victory of the heart with Mr. Mark Darcy; the straight man to her crooked, comical being.

Review: This movie centers around the delightful character that is Bridget Jones. Part of the time you may feel sorry for her character as she puts her foot in her mouth and finds herself in the most awkward of relational situations and then find yourself cheering her on as she so adamantly seeks and conquers love.  This movie is full of wonderful comedic timing as this quirky and lovable character free falls (into a pig pen by way of skydiving and) into your heart.




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