REEL DEAL: Bridget Jones' Baby REVIEW

We have fallen in love many time with the relate-able character of Bridget Jones which became a hit of that decade. And after a very long break from the last sequel, she is back after 14 years now with a new twist on their love triangle. From the title itself, Bridget Jones' Baby, reveals that it is high time for her to get knocked up and enjoy a new phase called motherhood, but with one problem, who is the father of the baby?

With Hugh Grant out of the picture in this film, Mr Darcy (Firth) still finds a love rival with Jack Qwant (Dempsey) who adds an American flavor to the British love story. And with the years that had passed, of course they tried to be relevant by incorporating the trends, technology which passed.

With a baby on the way, and another crisis in Bridget's life definitely it will be a riot with a lot of people behind her. The spectrum of characters here are getting interesting with old and new characters making a splash into the life of the hopeless romantic and vocally explicit Bridget Jones.

Bridget Jones' Baby stars Renée Zellweger, Colin Firth, Patrick Dempsey, Jim Broadbent, Gemma Jones, and Emma Thompson. Now showing in cinemas nationwide.

Deliberation time kids! 

Show summary in 3 lines: Bridget Baby Riot

Technical Effects: 3 out of 5 stars (Pretty OK with the focus on technology and media)

Plot: 3 out of 5 stars (Some scenes have become so cliche but still effective)

Acting and Actors: 4 out of 5 stars (I actually liked Mr. Darcy and Jack rivalry)

Pros:  Comedy, relevant jokes, adult jokes

Renée Zellweger aged look, Diary

Music and Soundtracks:  3 out for 5 stars (It had interesting soundtracks but none stood out unlike the previous movies)

Overall: Rating 4.0 out of 5 stars (An updated version of the classic comedy story, we still love the chubby Bridget Jones though)

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