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Bridget Jones Diary

Cast
Renée Zellweger, Colin Firth, Hugh Grant, Gemma Jones, Celia Imrie, James Faulkner, Jim Broadbent, Charmian May, Lisa Barbuscia, Honor Blackman, Crispin Bonham-Carter, Embeth Davidtz, Shirley Henderson
Released
2001
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Blog entry

Publishing worker Bridget tells lawyer Mark, “... so I’m afraid I’m a bit hungover... and quit smoking.” (0:04)

Bridget: “... or I was about to turn into Glenn Close in Fatal Attraction... I had to make that next year I wouldn’t end up shit-faced... and not continue to form romantic attachments to... alcoholics, workaholics, commitment-phobics, peeping Tomsmegalomaniacs... or perverts. ” (0:05) 

Bridget calls boss Mr. Fitzherbert “Tits Pervert.” (0:09)

By telephone her best friend Jude asks Bridget, “Am I codependent?” (0:09)

Bridget tells her boss/boyfriend Daniel, “I’m going mad.” (0:41)

Bridget watches Fatal Attraction on television: “This is totally insane.” (0:43)

Bridget drinks heavily. She shelves her book: Women Who Love Men Are Mad. (0:46)

Bridget tells Mark, “I mean you seem to go out of your way to try to make me feel like a complete idiot... I already feel like an idiot most of the time...”
Mark: “I don’t think you’re an idiot at all.” (0:54)

Bridget tells Mark, “It’s quite pervy, really.” (1:03)

Daniel tells the others, “What an idiot.”
He tells Bridget, “I’ve been going crazy... thinking about... what a... idiot I’ve been.”
”I just panicked.” (1:06)

Bridget’s father Colin tells her mother Pamela, “I’m joking you daft cow.”
Bridget tells her parents, referring to Mark, ”He’s also still deranged.” (1:16)

“Uncle” Geoffrey asks Una, referring to Bridget, “Is she pissed?” (1:22) 

A passerby tells Bridget, “Good luck, crazy girl.” (1:29)

Reference in The Film Critic

Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason