+

poster of Bridget Jones's Diary
Rating: 6.746/10 by 4844 users

Bridget Jones's Diary (2001)

A chaotic Bridget Jones meets a snobbish lawyer, and he soon enters her world of imperfections.

Directing:
  • Sharon Maguire
  • Pat Rambaut
  • Stuart Renfrew
  • Laura Gwynne
  • Finn McGrath
  • Ed Raymond
  • Cilla Ware
  • Fiona Gosden
Writing:
  • Helen Fielding
  • Helen Fielding
  • Andrew Davies
  • Richard Curtis
  • Emma Freud
Stars:
Release Date: Fri, Apr 13, 2001

Rating: 6.746/10 by 4844 users

Alternative Title:
Bridget Jones - FR
Burijitto Jonzu no nikki - JP
Dnevnik Bridžit Džouns - RS
Dnevnikŭt na Bridzhit Dzhouns - BG
To Imerológio tis Brítzet Tzóouns - GR
Dnevnik Bridzhet Dzhons - RU
Shchodennyk Bridzhyt Dzhons - UA

Country:
France
Ireland
United Kingdom
United States of America
Language:
English
Runtime: 01 hour 37 minutes
Budget: $25,000,000
Revenue: $281,900,000

Plot Keyword: daughter, london, england, lovesickness, england, sexual frustration, alcohol, parent child relationship, telecaster, birthday, cigarette, diary, lawyer, reporter, extramarital affair, duringcreditsstinger, woman director
Subtitle   Wallpaper   Watch Trailer    

Renée Zellweger
Bridget Jones
Colin Firth
Mark Darcy
Hugh Grant
Daniel Cleaver
Jim Broadbent
Bridget's Dad
Gemma Jones
Bridget's Mum
Celia Imrie
Una Alconbury
James Faulkner
Uncle Geoffrey
Charmian May
Mrs. Darcy
Paul Brooke
Mr. Fitzherbert
Neil Pearson
Richard Finch
Honor Blackman
Penny Husbands-Bosworth
Gareth Marks
Simon in Marketing
Lisa Kay
Eleanor Rose Heaney
John Clegg
Elderly Man
Renu Setna
Mr Ramdas
Stewart Wright
Stage Manager
Charlie Caine
Handsome Stranger
Matthew Bates
Kafka Author
Rebecca Charles
Receptionist
Salman Rushdie
Salman Rushdie
Jeffrey Archer
Jeffrey Archer
Crispin Bonham-Carter
Greg (uncredited)
David Cann
Sit Up Britain Cameraman (uncredited)
Sarah Alexander
Daniel Cleaver Lover (uncredited)
Joseph Alessi
Interviewer #1

Peter McGinn

Great little charmer. But avoid the sequels like a bad Christmas sweater I think you need to like romantic comedies to enjoy this movie, and that eliminates a lot of guys who tolerate Rom-Coms for the sake of their ladies. And I wonder if they hadn't chosen the actors and actresses for the dozen or so lead and supporting roles so well, this film would have been more of a stinker. But they procured a fine ensemble cast and that keeps the smell down to a bare minimum. There are awkward, cringe-worthy moments that don't make me giggle as they are supposed to - too much gray in my hair, perhaps? (And there isn't that much really!) But despite those awkward lines, to paraphrase a line in the movie, I like it just the way it is. And I think it should have been kept just the way it was. I am now referring to the sequels. Don't get me started, please. The follow-up turned into what just referred to, what the original film could have been like if they hadn't kept their eye on the proverbial ball. As for the second sequel, I just found out today that it exists and I will keep my distance. Stick to the original, I say, and let the rest of the franchise float unbidden out there, just beyond the corner of your eye.

Wuchak

_**Edgy, cute and amusing romcom with Renée Zellweger, Hugh Grant and Colin Firth**_ A cute female in London (Renée Zellweger) is concerned about spinsterhood & other womanly issues and so starts an honest diary that narrates her misadventures catching the eye of her suave boss at a publishing company (Hugh Grant), her quirky friends and her relationship with a boring man she hates but somehow finds quietly attractive (Colin Firth). “Bridget Jones’s Diary” (2001) is an English romcom that tries to be edgy, cute and amusing simultaneously. While it goes overboard with the cussing (less is always more) and the accents are too thick to grasp at times, the flick eventually won me over because it tries so hard and everything builds to a comical melee. It helps that Renée is adorable in a roundish way and is tastefully shown in alluring apparel, including a playboy bunny outfit. The film runs 1 hour, 37 minutes, and was shot London, Surrey, Gloucestershire and Hertfordshire, England. GRADE: B


My Favorite

Welcome back!

Support Us

Like Movienade?

Please buy us a coffee

scan qr code