It's very funny, the part where Mark and Jack are carrying Bridget to the hospital and trying to get her through the door made me laugh out loud. It's just nothing special and not a development in Bridget Jones' story that I value particularly.
It never reaches the comedic heights of the first installment and Patrick Dempsey is no match for Hugh Grant, but Bridget's new adventures offer compelling material capable of entertaining and enlightening.
Doesn't feel much like a Bridget Jones sequel, but simply a belated and unnecessary outing that just degrades and lessens the impact of its respective characters. A whole lot of nothing, compounded with an agonizingly long, drawn-out sequence of Bridget's inevitable birth.
I'm a fan of the first BRIDGET JONES film, but this (final?) effort can't get to understand itself. There's some laughs, for sure, but it's much more of the character itself and less of laughs with her.
Growing up with Bridget Jones, it was absolutely necessary to see what kind of ending this super relatable character would have. I have to admit that, despite the cliche, it managed to end in a way that it was quite "bridget-y" and it kept the fun and lightheartedness with which her life has always been portrayed.