KUSA - It's been more than a decade since singleton Bridget Jones has me us feel okay about our dating lives. And we needed her back.
In “Bridget Jones's Baby,” Renée Zellweger reprises her role as the lovable British news producer who is as awkward as she is endearing.
Now in her 40s, Bridget has seemingly accepted her life alone. That is until a two-week reboot of her love life lands her in new territory: pregnancy.
Who's the father? A new American love or an old flame we've rooted for before?
Like the previous films, it's set to become an anthem for single girls across the world.
Filled with laughs and clumsy moments, it also stands on its own alone as well (much like Bridget).
Also like Bridget, the film isn't perfect. The ending leaves a little more to be desired and some of the jokes have played out before.
But if you're looking for a light-hearted flick, Bridget Jones always knows the way to your heart.
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