Bridget Jones's Baby

2016

Action / Comedy / Drama / Romance

119
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 77%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 75%
IMDb Rating 6.5 10 57959

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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by sullydo 10 / 10

Loved It!

I absolutely loved Bridget Jones's Baby! I was afraid that after all this time, the humor of the previous films (especially the first one) would be lost. I was very pleasantly surprised! My husband, who never cared for romantic comedies, actually watched the entire movie and laughed most of the way through. It is great to see Bridget at a later stage of her life. ( as well as the other characters... Mark Darcy,Jade, etc.) I would highly recommend it to any "true" Bridget fan. I also agree with some others that Emma Thompson was a great addition to the cast. I just bought the DVD and have already watched it again. It is great to see a sequel and not be disappointed!

Reviewed by AlienByChoice 6 / 10

Funny, but too long and very hard to relate to

I am not sure what to make of Bridget Jones's Baby.

On the one hand, it has undeniably funny moments. On the other hand, many of the gags fall flat. This didn't stop many others in the theater from laughing their heads of, but it did leave me wondering what I was missing that made it so funny.

And considering that I'm almost in the right demographic for this film (almost, because I'm male), I found the characters very hard to relate to. I'd say both the characters and the portrayals are to blame. Zellweger does a good job, but that's easy. Colin Firth is the quintessential Mr.Darcy, but this is also the problem, because by now his Mark is boring to death. We know what Mark is like, and it would be great to see him do something, anything, besides being Mr.Darcy. But he never does. Patrick Dempsey's portrayal of Jack was simply lackluster. It was a role that someone like George Clooney would've probably nailed, but Dempsey was really struggling to look and act the part. At times he looked like he really really didn't want to be there. Sloppy script doesn't help either - at times I really struggled to understand why his character would be there at all. On the bright side, Emma Thompson is a standout - she manages the steal every scene she's in, and adds the wit and the sarcasm that BJB is so desperately lacking.

Finally, the movie is too long. The gags are overdrawn, punchlines are spoon-fed, and the story just drags on and on. Time and time again I almost found myself screaming at the screen "fine, I get it, move on!"

Anyway, 6/10 for the laughs. And please don't make another one.

Reviewed by jfgibson73 3 / 10

Couldn't Even Finish It

The first Bridget Jones was a cultural event, one of the movies that defined the times it was released in. The second one was uneven, but had its moments. With this installment, I just didn't care about anything that happened. They lost my interest from the opening moments by having Bridget in the exact same situation we see her in the beginning of the first movie. I would have liked this story to cover some new ground, because I do like the character. Unfortunately, it's just another 90 minutes of keeping Mark Darcy just out of reach until they predictably end up together for the THIRD time.

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