Bridget Jones 2: The Edge Of Reason (2004)

Same Bridget. Brand new diary.

Original Title : Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason
Director : Beeban Kidron
Writer : Helen Fielding
Andrew Davies
Helen Fielding
Richard Curtis
Adam Brooks
Genre : Drama
Country : UK
Language : English
Producer : Bernard Bellew , Tim Bevan , Jonathan Cavendish , Liza Chasin , Eric Fellner , Debra Hayward , Klaus J√ľptner , Oswald Wolkenstein
Music : Stephen Barton
Toby Chu
Harry Gregson-Williams
Alan Hewitt
Kate McGarrigle
Robbie Williams
Photography : Adrian Biddle
MPAA Rating : Rated R
IMDB ID : 0317198
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¬Ren√©e Zellweger Bridget Jones
¬Gemma Jones Mum
¬Jim Broadbent Dad
¬James Faulkner Uncle Geoffrey
¬Celia Imrie Una Alconbury
¬Dominic McHale Bernard
¬Colin Firth Mark Darcy
¬Donald Douglas Admiral Darcy
¬Shirley Dixon Mrs. Darcy
¬Neil Pearson Richard Finch
¬Rosalind Halstead Receptionist
¬Luis Soto Mexican Ambassador
¬Tom Brooke Production Assistant
¬Hugh Grant Daniel Cleaver
¬Alba Fleming Furlan Girl in Rome
¬Jacinda Barrett Rebecca
¬Sally Phillips Shazzer
¬James Callis Tom
¬Shirley Henderson Jude
¬Lucy Robinson Janey
¬David Verrey Giles Benwick
¬Mark Tandy Derek
¬Stephanie O'Rourke Sexy P.A.
¬Jeremy Paxman Himself
¬Flaminia Cinque Corset Lady
¬Jessica Stevenson Magda
¬Trevor Fox Hairdresser
¬Alex Jennings Horatio
¬Catherine Russell Camilla
¬Ian McNeice Quizmaster
¬Philip Gardner Toastmaster
¬Wolf Kahler Commentator
¬Lilo Baur Chemist
¬Hannes Flaschberger Chemist Customer (as Hans Flaschberger
¬Sabina Michael Chemist Customer
¬Paul Humpoletz Chemist Customer
¬Paul Nicholls Jed
¬David Auker Clive
¬Patrick Baladi Steward
¬Rong Kaomulkadee Thai Chef
¬Ting-Ting Hu Thai Prostitute
¬Michelle Lee Thai Police Woman
¬Hon Ping Tang Thai Jail Guard
¬Suthas Bhoopongsa Dudwani
¬Jason Watkins Charlie Parker-Knowles
¬Vee Vimolmal Phrao
¬Melissa Ashworth Thai Jail Girl
¬Pui Fan Lee Thai Jail Girl
¬Oliver Chris Director in Gallery
¬Sam Hazeldine Journalist
¬Amanda Haberland Journalist
¬Neil Dudgeon Taxi Driver
¬Peter Gordon Porter
¬Sam Beazley Very Old Man
¬Sim√≥n Andreu Mr. Santiago (as Simon Andreu Trobat
¬Arturo Venegas Mr. Hernandez
¬Richard Braine Vicar


You thought the last movie was happily ever after? You thought wrong! Bridget and Mark are now together but for how long? A jellyfish by the name of Rebecca, Bridget's relationship paranoia, unusual horsemanship, magic mushrooms and a stint in prison are just some of the things Bridget has to face in The Edge of Reason. Add to that the return of Daniel Cleaver and you have the makings of one of the funniest films this year. Will they live happily ever after? Watch and find out.


The three leads seem to inhabit their characters v. well indeed, but are let down by a really mediocre, average run -of- the- mill script. Not good especially when you consider that two of Britain's most successful screen writers (Curtis and Davies) were behind it. The script felt a bit re-hashed with tired references to big pants, short skirts...etc, a painfully pointed attempt to keep the fans happy no doubt, but it felt tired and old, with Bridget's friends and parents only accorded about 2 minutes screen time. So why bother to see it at all? While The edge of reason doesn't improve on the original it is still enjoyable in places, thanks mainly to the highly enjoyable and charismatic performance from Renee Zellwegger whose enthusiasm and sheer grasp of physical comedy keep you laughing all they way from the unfortunate pig sty landing to the '' lets re-create the lost moment'' with Darcy. Hmm Darcy,... now that's another reason to watch this film, Colin Firth having completely embodied the silent brooding hero. As for Hugh Grant, he perfects the characterization of super-cad spectacular, so well he nearly walks away with the film despite having relatively small screen time. A final reason, is the fight scene which is just v. hilarious and even funnier than the first. Basically, enjoy the film as some sort of reunion of your favorite characters(if your a fan) but just don't expect high brow Oscar winning drama
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