Movie review: 'Bridget Jones' Baby'

The best of both worlds, but is it realistic?

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – "Bridget Jones' Baby" (Rated-R) 

Bridget Jones (Renee Zellweger) is single again with no real chance of finding her next beau. To make matters worse; it's her birthday. However, that doesn't stop Bridget from trying to make the best of another year alive. The moment Bridget makes that decision, life gives her an abundance of men; in her case too many. 

Bridget is pregnant but she's not sure who helped her create the bundle of joy. A love interest from the past, Mark Darcy (Colin Firth) and a new dreamy millionaire Jack (Patrick Dempsey) battle it out to be the love of Bridget's life before the baby is born.

Upside to this film: It's a balanced blend of comedy and romance. 

Downside to this film: Audiences may have a hard time believing two men would battle it out before the baby is born, but we can believe it for two hours with Bridget Jones.

Whether you are a fan of Bridget Jones and her diary or this is your first encounter with her love affairs, expect to laugh and be entertained with her drama and the love she finds


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