Notice the wistful look on Darcy's face as he watches Bridget and Cleaver cavorting on the river. I am a big fan of the less is more style of acting that Mr. The movie must have been good you may think because there was a follow-up. Who is sometimes very up himself. Bridget Jones is a brainless tart who sets the women's movement back about 50 years.
Colin Firth's character was the only character I enjoyed watching. I would recommend this movie too you 100%. But Colin Firth is who really sold me on this film. And the childhood clips in the ending credits give credence to that conclusion and provide support for it--which is that the hero and heroine are made for each other. This is a very good adaptation of a beloved novel. Most of what they added doesn't necessarily build on plot but it does add to the characters.
Jude, Sharon and Tom-Bridget's three best friends which give her some of the worst advice you can think of. Bridget Jones is naive and abit thick - you'd think that any woman who was now about mid 30s could at least have a decent stab no pun intended at guessing if some guy i. All that fuzzy seduction with so much poison underneath. Renée Zellweger Bridget is a genuine comic talent and gets on well with her British cast. If you wish to have some fun and also like to dream a little bit, this is definitely the movie for you. I loved the moment in this film when Bridget slides down a fireman's pole and we see her big knickers close up.
Colin Firth and Hugh Grant co-star as amiable men that she falls for. Bye this is, without a doubt, the biggest pile of putrescent garbage it has ever been my misfortune to watch. Zellweger fits the role because she is very much normal and approachable? On the other hand, there are quite a few classics in the movie such as; all by myself and without you. If your a girl you'll probably find this a stunning exploration into the amorous side of woman-kind, where a single real-sized woman stands up amidst a backlash of what male-kind throws at her. The jokes are also funny but he does have a tendency to bludgeon with shock-pottymouth bursts. Besides, Bridget, though somewhat gauche, is not unintelligent, as evidenced by her voiceovers and some of her sallies.
No, this ending is perfect in every way, down to the last delightful epithet uttered by an aroused Darcy. I can see the guiding hand of Richard Curtis here and I must qualify myself ahead of time - I think Curtis does have a gift for ordering and pacing a script. Another example is when she's sliding down a pole, smacks her arse into the camera and generates crowds of girly laughter as if the audience had been contracted to provide tinned laughter for some slap-stick home video show. As I say I don't hate romantic comedies, it's just that this one seemed proud to have no depth and sectioning 50% of the humour to the 'Need to be explained to men' section. It's lovely, smoldering, and incredibly sexy. She makes new years resolutions such as: to stop smoking; make better use of time; and learn to programme video. This movie was released in 2004 mostly for European countries.
He at least had some kind of intelligence and depth along with a little mystery and intrigue. High Grant's Character is a muppet. Zellweger gained weight for this role, too, so she looks adorably plump. If I had known he was in the movie I would most likely have skipped it altogether. This is probably one of the best pieces of works i have seen from Colin Firth as well. But I suppose it goes well with the movie so I can get over that. Firth's character just has a strong and rather silent presence along with an integrity of character that is revealed and he wins us over as well as Bridget.
It is very hard to believe that this movie is Sharon Maguire's first one. Hugh Grant is by far and away my least favorite actor of all time. Two simple, yet lovely words. Hugh Grant and Colin Firth are both very good, and Gemma Jones as Bridget's mother is a charming, dotty sight to see. He is also sexy and smoldering, but not in the same wild, fiery way as Daniel Cleaver.
Hugh Grant is hilarious and a charming Lothario throughout. I was gagging to get out of that cinema. All in all, a solid, if plastic film where the supporting British cast seem to have the whole thing in their blood. I enjoy every minute of his performance. This is supposed to be feminist comedy, yet when its only memorable gag comes from an old television show derided and pilloried for its so-called 'sexism', you know something is wrong somewhere. It also is complete foolishness, not funny foolishness but utter foolishness. But most of all this: Each has something the other needs--he is steady and reliable, she possesses liveliness and warmth.