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Bridget Jones’s Diary is a romantic love story comedy from the best selling novel of the same name by Helen Fielding. A chaotic Jones meets a snobbish lawer named Marc and soon he enters into her world of imperfections.
when hugh grant & colin firth fight each other over bridget jones > fight club
I have never confessed, nor will I ever confess in public that I adore and love this film unconditionally.
Hold on a sec...ah crap!
I LOVE MARK DARCY AND HIS STUPID REINDEER JUMPER WITH ALL MY HEART
colin firth can come crashing through my window any day
i, too, would totally make out with colin firth in my panties in the snow, just sayin
bridget: *yelling out the window at darcy* mark....MARK
me: ...... i love the social network
also wtf this was so cute ❣️❣️❣️
its time for colin firth to beat someone's ass bc he loves me
I can watch this a bazillion times and never get bored. Loads of classic lines and a warm fuzzy British feeling. You can barely believe that Zellweger is actually American.
My wife told me this film was great apart from one dumb scene. I laughed out loud at it.
A CERTIFIED TIMELESS CLASSIC
IF BY TIMELESS YOU MEAN INCLUDES THE STYLE AND CANTED ANGLES OF THE EARLY 2000s THAT I ADORE SO VERY MUCH
featuring an entertainingly complex and complicated character played extraordinarily by RENEE ZELLWEGER this film cleverly tells the story of an unlucky woman struggling to find love.
I see the charm to understand its cult status. Zellgewer is like 97% of that charm. But it just ain't for me.
This is one genuinely hilarious and heartfelt-romantic chick flick, and its biggest asset is Renee Zellweger, whose portrayal of Bridget Jones is immensely engaging, adorable and truly enjoyable to witness no matter how silly its plot gets. Just put Bridget into the scene and she'll make it work.
I never expected to like this as much as I did, but I don't see how anyone could dislike this film. It's pretty cringey to watch in parts (give me the most terrifying horror movie ever made and I'll get through it, but I'm not able to watch people embarassing themselves as much as Bridget does), but it's also pretty funny and honest.
Yeah, it's predictable, but what rom-com isn't? This is not a spectacular movie by any means, but I can't say watching it wasn't an absolute delight, and a terrific surprise.
This is one of those movies that just never fails to slap a big ol' grin on my face and how can you fault something like that?
Movies about/starring women. I originally started this list just as a reference for myself, but hopefully others will find it…