After 12 years Renee Zellweger is back on the big screen, oozing lovability and a near perfect English accent, as Bridget Jones.
The 3rd movie in the series, Bridget Jones’s Baby, sees Renee slipping straight back into the title role as if it was written for her. Renee and the scriptwriters keep us guessing for as long as possible about the course of true love as her co-stars Colin Firth and Patrick Dempsey, attractive rivals, battle for her affections.
Since Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason, writer Helen Fielding has delivered a third novel, Bridget Jones: Mad About The Boy, but it’s her series of newspaper columns from more than a decade ago that fertilizes this haphazard yet joyful stumble into motherhood.
The third film throws a warm, affectionate and frequently hilarious baby shower for characters we’ve grown to love and proves that Bridget may have (finally) dieted down to her target dress size but she’s no closer to achieving her Happy Ever After… Read more