Tojabei Back in Britain, Mark confronts Daniel for not helping Bridget when she was arrested, bridge they start a fight outside an art gallery in Kensington Gardens. Yes No Report this. She decides to follow him to law school, while she is there she figures out that there is more to her jonea just looks. This page was last edited on 24 Decemberat In an interview in OctoberBirdget Grant mentioned an existing script for a sequel, however also expressed his dislike for it and that he would not star in a third film.
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Am having trouble reckoning feelings for this novel, as trainwreck of a movie is hanging over head in manner of pinata filled with poo or old, stinky cheeses. Shall not dwell on turd of a movie, however, flawed as it is, because love the lovely book! Had not read Persuasion until several years ago and ended up liking just as much if not more?
Naturally, Persuasion suffers from clear lack of Darcy, however Wentworth equally swoon-worthy, also Anne Elliot is obvious patron saint of Singletons everywhere, having been declared old spinster at virginal age of Our little Bridget is still struggling with job, money, romance, family overbearing mother, drunken father , blah dee blah LIFE in usual ridiculous and fun manner.
Do wish that book had not included any romantic turmoil for Bridget and Mark Darcy, however realize that there would have been conspicuous lack of plot otherwise. Could not even bring self to get worked up over ridiculousness of certain plotlines Thai prison, hole in side of flat, stinky fish left in purse for weeks, what-have-you because of love for all things Bridget and Darcy, also because of equally important happy ending spoilers! Suppose am typical girl that way, heart going all aflutter at any mention of Jones-Darcy reconciliation, evidence of Darcy-still-in-love, etc.
Especially worth reading for special treat in sequel as all sequels must one-up original in form of Colin Firth aka THE Mr. Darcy being interviewed by Bridget Jones, which unfolds exactly as one would expect. In short, sequel is v.
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