R | | Comedy, Drama, Romance
A British woman is determined to improve herself while she looks for love in a year in which she keeps a personal diary.
The fight scene between Hugh Grant and Colin Firth wasn't choreographed. It was improvised between the actors.
Where the fuck's the fucking tuna?
Bridget: This is Bridget Jones, with Sit Up Britain, searching for tuna.
As Daniel and Mark push their way into the restaurant, Bridget is heard shouting "No,no,no,no!" as she runs across to stop them, but her mouth doesn't move.
During the end credits, we see footage of a home movie taken during a birthday party, which also happens to be the birthday party that both Bridget and Mark are at that is referred to several times during the movie.
The songs that play over the second half of the end credits are different. In the UK the first Robbie Williams song is followed by Dina Carroll singing "Someone Like You", and then Williams again, singing "Not Of This Earth". The US version replaces Carroll with Shelby Lynne singing "Killin' Kind", then concludes with the same Williams track.
£5,720,292 (UK) (15 April 2001)
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