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Aaron Jones over 1 year ago
Not a lot going on filmmaking-wise but the story is adorable, and the actors are dazzling.
Robyn Hamilton over 3 years ago
One of, if not the best British chick flicks out there.
Emily Brown over 3 years ago
Love it. Some brilliant & v funny lines. Great characters. Sometimes cheesy but a classic
Katie P almost 5 years ago
Pretty comical modern spin of Pride & Prejudice. I would enjoy watching now and then.
Emma Williams 5 years ago
This is a must watch. You can watch it over and over and it still makes you laugh.
Lois Newman over 6 years ago
Good for a bit of mindless entertainment
Cait Walker over 6 years ago
Mind-numbing in a good way - one you never mind rewatching when it's inevitably on t.v
Marina Đukanović over 6 years ago
Oh my God, how boring! The fight scene was only thing worth watching for...
Davide Pellegrini over 6 years ago
a funny movie.
Gracie Harrington almost 7 years ago
I like the book's story line better, but overall, a hilarious movie.
Kefiloe 7 years ago
If you can identify with the insecure love-seeking character (Bridget) you'll love it.
Pavel Fyodorov over 7 years ago
Chick flick
Carme Nova over 7 years ago
La meva favorita!!!!!
Don Lathrop 7 months ago
Türkü 10 months ago
Giorgia 1 year ago
Eva over 1 year ago
Michelle Roussell over 1 year ago
India Glavey over 1 year ago
Herbe Astrale over 1 year ago
Bridget Jones's Diary is a 2001 British romantic comedy film based on Helen Fielding's novel of the same name. The adaptation stars Renée Zellweger as Bridget, Hugh Grant as the caddish Daniel Cleaver, and Colin Firth as Bridget's "true love", Mark Darcy. A sequel, Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason, was released in 2004 to mostly negative reviews from critics. Actresses who were considered for the role of Bridget Jones were Helena Bonham Carter, Emily Watson, Rachel Weisz, and Cameron Diaz. Toni Collette declined the role because she was on Broadway starring in The Wild Party at the time, and Kate Winslet was considered but the producers decided she was too young. Before the film was released, a considerable amount of controversy surrounded the casting of the American Zellweger as what some saw as a quintessentially British heroine. However, her performance is widely considered to be of a high standard, including her English accent. The director of the film, Sharon Maguire, is one of...
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