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23 Sep, 2016 2 hrs 05 mins A
Renee Zellweger, Colin Firth, Patrick Dempsey, Jim Broadbent, Gemma Jones, Celia Imrie, James Callis, Ed Sheeran
Renee Zellweger, Colin Firth, Patrick Dempsey, Jim Broadbent, Gemma Jones, Celia Imrie, James Callis, Ed Sheeran
Sharon Maguire
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Even though a lengthy two hours, the narrative skips along rather nicely
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Story:

Bridget Jones (Zellweger) is back in all her dramatic, often hilarious, bumbling glory and this time though the romance angle is also added to with a second lover (the other one of course, being Mark Darcy, played by Firth) on the scene - an American billionaire named Jack (Dempsey). Despite her best efforts to stay single and be happy that way, smack she goes into yet another relationship and gets pregnant. The only problem is, she doesn't really know which of the two gents is a father of her baby-to-be.

Review:

First off, it's pretty clear that this, the third film in the series is quite enjoyable thanks to the inherent humour almost throughout the film. And thankfully, it is not over-stuffed with soppy, lovey-dovey emotion. Dempsey's character adds an interesting dimension to the story and you'll find yourself wondering just who she will end up with. It's clear that she has strong emotions for both the men, for their respective good qualities. Will it be the stiff upper lip lawyer Darcy (Firth is in fine form here, and really comes into his element in the second half of the movie) who also undeniably has strong feelings for her even though he is married to another woman? Or will it be the dashing and super-wealthy Jack, who is considerably more chilled out and easygoing than Darcy?

He too falls head over heels in love with Jones and goes out of his way to woo her and sweep her off her feet with gifts and lots of loving attention. Jones's dilemma is about whether she should go with her old flame, someone familiar who knows her all too well and is almost the complete opposite of her in terms of personality, or the loaded, good looker who has tons of women swooning over him. And then of course, she knows that the guy, who is not the father of her baby, is going to be heartbroken. How does she tread lightly on this sensitive subject?

Even though a lengthy two hours, the narrative skips along rather nicely. Fans of the series are sure to like it.
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