We All Loved Bridget Jones's Diary, but Bridget Jones 2 is Even Better

Roxana Anton

Who is a fan of the Bridget Jones films (and books)?

It's called "Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason", and it starts the three beloved figures we are so familiar with: Renee Zellweger (starring the funny Bridget Jones), the adorable Hugh Grant, and of course, Colin Firth (who is probably the living portrait of the most classic Mr. Darcy ever).

The 2004 romantic comedy is based on the Helen Fielding novel, from 1999.

It is the sequel to "Bridget Jones's Diary" (2001).

Renee Zellweger received a nomination for the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture Comedy or Musical for her performance. A third film, "Bridget Jones's Baby", was released in 2016.

If you saw the first film, you will agree that it is probably the best of all (Bridget Jones's Baby) is also pretty good.

It has such fresh, interesting humor, and Renee Zellweger was probably the best choice in the world to portray the funny, shy, full of complexes, but also vitality and integrity, Bridget Jones.

The second of the three films stars Bridget who is in love and most of the time happy with the famous international lawyer, Mark Darcy (who also happens to be handsome, faithful, and amazing in bed).

Bridget has also changed her job and is now a sort of a TV star (more or less, between her usual ups and downs).

She still sort of manages to put love under question when she suspects that Mark is having an affair with one of his work colleagues.

Bridget also manages to get caught between many funny adventures, together with her older flame, Daniel Cleaver (Hugh Grant), on a half-affair in Thailand.

What happens next, is up to you to find out.


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