Bridget Jones's Baby (2016) Full Movie

Bridget Jones's Baby
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Bridget Jones's Baby (2016) : Breaking up with Mark Darcy leaves Bridget Jones over 40 and single again. Feeling that she has everything under control, Jones decides to focus on her career as a top news producer. Suddenly, her love life comes back from the dead when she meets a dashing and handsome American named Jack. Things couldn't be better, until Bridget discovers that she is pregnant. Now, the befuddled mom-to-be must figure out if the proud papa is Mark or Jack.

Title Bridget Jones's Baby (2016)
Release Date Sep 14, 2016
Genres ,
Production Company Working Title Films, Perfect World Pictures, StudioCanal, Universal Pictures, Miramax
Production Countries France, Ireland, United Kingdom, United States of America
Casts Renée Zellweger, Colin Firth, Patrick Dempsey, Jim Broadbent, Gemma Jones, Emma Thompson, Sally Phillips, James Callis, Shirley Henderson, Sarah Solemani, Neil Pearson
Plot Keywords love triangle, baby, pregnancy, sequel, unknown father, pregnant woman, woman director
Bridget Rose Jones
Bridget Rose Jones
Renée Zellweger
Mark Fitzwilliam Darcy
Mark Fitzwilliam Darcy
Colin Firth
Jack Qwant
Jack Qwant
Patrick Dempsey
Mr. Colin Jones
Mr. Colin Jones
Jim Broadbent
Mrs. Pamela Jones
Mrs. Pamela Jones
Gemma Jones
Dr. Rawlings
Dr. Rawlings
Emma Thompson
Sharon
Sharon "Shazza"
Sally Phillips
Tom
Tom
James Callis
Jude
Jude
Shirley Henderson
Miranda
Miranda
Sarah Solemani
Richard Finch
Richard Finch
Neil Pearson
Alice Peabody
Alice Peabody
Kate O'Flynn
Una Alconbury
Una Alconbury
Celia Imrie
Magda
Magda
Jessica Hynes
Fergus
Fergus
Julian Rhind-Tutt
Giles
Giles
Ben Willbond
Cathy - Make Up Lady
Cathy - Make Up Lady
Joanna Scanlan
Gianni
Gianni
Enzo Cilenti
Himself
Himself
Ed Sheeran
Josh
Josh
Tom Rosenthal
Laura
Laura
Beattie Edmondson
Breakfast TV Show Director
Breakfast TV Show Director
Erron Gordon
George Wilkins
George Wilkins
Patrick Malahide
Susan - Floor Manager
Susan - Floor Manager
Laura Checkley
Camilla
Camilla
Agni Scott
Jeremy
Jeremy
Darren Boyd
Woney
Woney
Dolly Wells
Ariyaratna
Ariyaratna
Nick Mohammed
Minister
Minister
Paul Bentall
Midwife
Midwife
Ashley McGuire
Judge
Judge
Souad Faress
Girl Band Member #1
Girl Band Member #1
Aiste Gramantaite
Girl Band Member #2
Girl Band Member #2
Kasia Koleczek
Girl Band Member #3
Girl Band Member #3
Maria Alexe
Cashier
Cashier
Cathy Murphy
Election Official
Election Official
Richard Rycroft
Admiral Darcy
Admiral Darcy
Donald Douglas
Mrs Darcy
Mrs Darcy
Shirley Dixon
Uncle Geoffrey
Uncle Geoffrey
James Faulkner
Village Hall Photographer
Village Hall Photographer
Dominic Coleman
Mavis Enderbury
Mavis Enderbury
Janet Henfrey
Daisy
Daisy
Debra Gillett
Studio Guest
Studio Guest
Chooye Bay
Photographer
Photographer
Adam Leese
Milo
Milo
Joseph Harmon
Ginny
Ginny
Alana Hood
Edward
Edward
Maitland Chandler
Graham
Graham
David Forest
General Lu Tong
General Lu Tong
Bruce Wang
Festival Head Security
Festival Head Security
Lee Nicholas Harris
Wedding Minister
Wedding Minister
David Crow
Wedding Guest (uncredited)
Wedding Guest (uncredited)
Hiten Patel
Driver (uncredited)
Driver (uncredited)
Jag Patel
Neanderthal Man (uncredited)
Neanderthal Man (uncredited)
Charlie Rawes

Reviews

  • Reno

    **This is a two-man job!** Unlike the first two films, this was not based on the book. Instead, it is an original screenplay that fills the gap between the second and the third book. So reading the third book before watching this film is a spoiler. Most importantly the fourth film is on, only officially have to be announced. The original director returned to this, but I appreciate the story and the screenplay and people behind it. I did not think this sequel would work, but it exceeded my expectation. A simple story and very familiar settings, but developed so well. There's no Bridget's diary in this, instead an iPad. Renee Zellweger was totally unrecognisable. Actually, I said that in my 'The Whole Truth' review. But she was good to return as Bridget. Colin Firth looks too older than his actual age, but was great in his part. No Hugh Grant, but a new competitor was introduced which is none other than Patrick Dempsey. This is not the same kind of narration that we saw a decade ago. Because all the characters are aged, so according to the situation this story takes place. It's a two hour long film, but it had some good jokes. Those who enjoyed the first two would surely enjoy it as well. So choosing it to watch is not a bad idea. _7/10_