Bridget Jones's Baby

Bridget Jones's Baby
Time is ticking for Bridget Jones, single and childless (or so who mother reminds her) and still reeling from her failed relationship with Mark Darcy who she sees again at the funeral for Daniel Cleaver. A one night stand with Jack followed by a quick encounter with Mark and the unexpected happens: Bridget is pregnant, but who’s the father. Try to find these movie mistakes in “Bridget Jones’s Baby”.

· At the beginning of the movie, Bridget is celebrating her birthday alone with a cupcake and a glass of wine. The wider view of her in the room, when Gemma Jones’ name appears on the screen, shows the wine glass Bridget has is empty. She stands up, while the song “Jump” is playing, and there’s enough wine in the glass to spill it.

· Bridget and Miranda are walking through the festival. Bridget is walking along and ends up falling in the mud. In the overhead view, Bridget falls with both arms folded under her with her brown bag at her feet, laying on the handle of her pink suitcase. It cuts to a close-up view of Bridget on the ground and her arms are outstretched. It cuts back to the overhead view and the brown handbag is now touching the suitcase.

· CAUTION: May Contain Spoilers! Bridget is in labor. Mark Darcy is running down the road, carrying her to the hospital. Jack rides up on his motorcycle and jumps off, leaving his helmet on the bike. He takes Bridget and runs to the hospital. A few moments later, when Mark and Jack are in the waiting room, his helmet is sitting on top of his jacket.

· CAUTION: May Contain Spoilers! Bridget is holding the baby, who’s wearing just a blanket as Mark and Jack (who are standing to Bridget’s left) hug. The door opens when Jude comes in and Mark and Jack are on her right and the baby now has a hat and clothes on.

“Bridget Jones’s Baby” (2016) stars Renee Zellweger, Colin Firth, Patrick Dempsey, Gemma Jones, Jim Broadbent, Sally Phillips, Shirley Henderson, Sarah Solemani, James Callis, Ed Sheeran and Emma Thompson. It runs 123 minutes and is rated R for language, sex references and some nudity.

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