Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason :- Watch Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason on Youtube on Fire,The opening of Bridget Jones: The Edge Of Reason just looks like it is asking for trouble. The first half hour features lame references to The Sound Of Music and The Spy Who Loved Me, and fails to recapture the magic of its forerunner’s opening. Having Bridget sing All By Myself in Bridget Jones’s Diary felt genuine; having her recreate THAT parachute dive (with Nobody Does It Better playing in the background) just seems desperate and obvious. But The Edge Of Reason does recover, and, in the end, provides warm enough entertainment. What problems does Bridget (Renée Zellweger) actually have this time? Well, none. She’s happy in her relationship with Mark Darcy (Colin Firth). And that’s the problem. Everything is all too right. Several emotions, including jealousy, begin to surface when one of Mark’s work colleagues, the exceptionally fit Rebecca (Jacinda Barrett) arrives on the scene. Bridget is also about to find her hands full thanks to the coincidental, but not surprising return of her former boss, Daniel Cleaver (Hugh Grant). There’s nothing particularly wrong with The Edge Of Reason, it’s just missing the spark that nearly lifted our first encounter with Bridget up to the level of maximum marks. Thankfully, no amount of inconsistencies and unlikely happenings, coupled with a preposterous narrative that would make Love Actually seem coherent (Richard Curtis hasn’t really learnt anything, has he?) can hide the fact that I left the cinema quite contented.In fact, “heart” is what this film lacks as a whole. The warm glow of the previous film has been replaced by a decorated sitcom feel, with a fast, frantic pace that moves from one sketch to the next. The likes of Bridget and Mark don’t feel real anymore; they’re as deep as Bridget’s friends, despite the actors’ best efforts. The effortless charm of Bridget Jones’s Diary is still here, but only in spurts.
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Comedy, Drama, Romance
Release: 19 November 2004 (USA)
IMDB Rating: 5.9/10
Director: Beeban Kidron
Stars: Renée Zellweger, Colin Firth, Hugh Grant