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Bridget Joness Diary is a romantic comedy based on a novel by Helen Fielding This movie follows Bridget Renee Zellweger a thirty-two year old British woman who has a fondness for alcoholic binges smoking and an inability to control her weight After a drinking binge alone in her apartment during the holidays Bridget decides its time to take control of her life and start keeping a diary The diary she thought would help her take control of her thoughts and life becomes a hilarious chronicle of her adventures In the first act of Bridget Joness Diary we are introduced to Bridget and her old fashioned parents Pam and Colin Bridget is attending their annual New Years dinner Like always Pam tries to set Bridget up with some dull middle-aged man This time however she is introduced to a handsome human-rights lawyer named Mark Darcy At first she is interested but she takes against him later when she overhears him belittle her After this we see Bridget alone in her apartment and very drunk During this time she decides that she will not allow herself to be alone next New Years Eve To help her achieve this goal she makes resolutions to reduce her intake of alcohol and cigarettes and loose twenty pounds She also vows to find a nice sensible man to settle down with and to stop fantasizing about her boss Daniel Cleaver Hugh Grant This is when we are introduced to Daniel Cleaver He is handsome charming and popular so of course Bridget thinks that she is completely out of his league Plot point one starts when Bridget returns to work after the holidays After being snubbed by Mark Daniel begins to take notice to Bridget and her tiny skirt He starts to send her suggestive e-mails that soon lead to a dinner date proposition This plot point leads to act two Bridget is now on a roll she losing weight smoking
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