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War es nicht zum Verlieben schön? Bridget und Mark: Alles Friede, Freude, Schokolade! Pustekuchen. Vier Wochen nach dem vermeintlichen Happy End mit Mark geht der Ärger für Bridget erst richtig los. Irgendwie ist in der Beziehung der Wurm drin. Bridget Jones – Am Rande des Wahnsinns (Originaltitel: Bridget Jones – The Edge of Reason) ist eine britisch-US-amerikanische Filmkomödie aus dem Jahr. b-ling.se: Finden Sie Bridget Jones - Am Rande des Wahnsinns in unserem vielfältigen DVD- & Blu-ray-Angebot. Gratis Versand durch Amazon ab einem. Bridget Jones - Am Rande des Wahnsinns. ()IMDb h 47minX-Ray6. Rund? Na und? Das denkt sich die Titelheldin mittlerweile und sonnt sich in. Bridget Jones – Am Rande des Wahnsinns: Sendetermine · Streams · DVDs · Cast & Crew.
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Funnier and more accomplished than the original diary, and in fact takes recognition humor into a new dimension. Bridget Jones The Edge of Reason is a glorious read, and there is a laugh on every page.
I desperately love Bridget, I really do, but the story just wasn't as funny the second time around.
I never thought I would tire of British humour, but - while The Edge of Reason is still VERY FUNNY - the plot line relies a lot on miscommunication stemming from the characters bumbling about and being unable to speak candidly about a situation or say what they really mean.
Gets a bit old. I don't think I'll carry on with the series. The original Bridget Jones Diary is absolute comedic and chick-li I desperately love Bridget, I really do, but the story just wasn't as funny the second time around.
The original Bridget Jones Diary is absolute comedic and chick-lit gold and I'd recommend just sticking with that one. What a fucking terrible book.
My god. View all 6 comments. Not quite as good as the original, nonetheless, spending more time with Bridget and her friends as they count alcohol units and worry about what underpants to wear on a date is a pleasant diversion.
Aug 04, Paul E. Bridget continues to turn being painfully shallow into an artform. I've no idea why I only gave this one 3 stars the first time I read it as, if anything, I found it funnier than the first book.
I have to say that Imogen Church does a fantastic job of reading the audiobook; at times I think she made the material funnier than it actually was through the strength of her performance.
I have to say that with both books, there were definitely laugh-out-loud moments, although there were more with Edge of Reason than Diary.
I'm embarrassed to admit it took me at least to the middle of the book to realize that this book was a take-off of Persuasion. And once again, I admire Ms.
Fielding's facility in translating a classic to the modern age. Before I picked up this book, I wondered, idly, " Pride and Prejudice ended with a marriage.
What on earth is Helen Fielding going to do in her sequal? Turning to Persuasion for inspiration was felicitous.
In Persuasion , Anne Elliott and Captain Wentworth loved each other in their youth fully ten years ago , but were driven apart by the machinations and bad advice of Anne's family.
At the end of the book, happily, they have reconciled and their love is as strong as ever. In Edge of Reason , Bridget and Mark have been together for a full four weeks before they are driven apart by a series of misunderstandings, the machinations of vicious Rebecca an exceedingly well-drawn character , and the bad advice at least, in Mark's opinion that Bridget has gleaned from the self-help books that comprise her library.
Well done, Ms. Fielding -- I think that's a wonderful way to begin a sequal and also an inspired retelling of a classic.
This book was great fun and brought me great joy reading it. I think Ms. Fielding's satirical pen has sharpened somewhat.
This shall be short and sweet since it just continues on from the first. One of the issues I mentioned previously love triangle evaporated.
The other issue far-fetched plot is still present so I knocked a star off for it. I have the next one in the series waiting on my nightstand so I am hoping this last little issue disappears.
What a wonderful book. Found myself again laughing from Bridget so hard I couldn't breathe. This book really lightened up my days when I needed.
So sad I finished it so fast. Although Bridget Jones is still a fun and delightfully unpredictable character in this second instalment of Helen Fielding's series, there is simply too much presented, featured exaggeration and resulting disbelief for me to be able to totally and utterly without reservations enjoy The Edge of Reason.
For while with the first book, with Bridget Jones's Diary , although Bridget often was indeed outrageous and even at times and perhaps even rather regularly inappropriate, she was still and usua Although Bridget Jones is still a fun and delightfully unpredictable character in this second instalment of Helen Fielding's series, there is simply too much presented, featured exaggeration and resulting disbelief for me to be able to totally and utterly without reservations enjoy The Edge of Reason.
For while with the first book, with Bridget Jones's Diary , although Bridget often was indeed outrageous and even at times and perhaps even rather regularly inappropriate, she was still and usually engaged in antics that could easily and even normally happen events, personal behaviours to which I could at least mildly and personally relate , whereas, at least for me, the majority of the scenarios presented, featured in The Edge of Reason , but especially the entire Thailand episode, simply feel a bit too strange, too over-the-top, interesting enough perhaps, but also somewhat alienating.
And thus, while definitely still for the most part an enjoyable and entertainingly light romp, with The Edge of Reason , I sometimes and perhaps even more than sometimes do tend to feel more like a dispassionate and even analysing coldly critical observer and monitor of Bridget, while with the first book, with Bridget Jones's Diary , I very much and often felt like I was Bridget or at least that I could be Bridget , actually experiencing her frustrations, her dietary faux pax, her searches for the perfect man and I just cannot seem dispense with my personal sense of disbelief with much of the action featured and presented in The Edge of Reason , simply because much of it is so far beyond my own personal experiences that it feels strange, even at times rather majorly disconcerting and disconnecting.
But all that being said and my issues with reality and exaggeration notwithstanding, The Edge of Reason does remain for me a generally enjoyable read and as such one which I do still heartily recommend for fans of Bridget Jones' Diary but with the caveat that it is certainly nowhere near as good and as entertaining as the first book, and the additional personal warning to absolutely NOT bother with the second movie instalment, as it veers so far beyond the plot of the novel to be simply massively annoying and majorly frustrating.
I think I am either becoming more accustomed to the writing style or this one was just so much better than the first!
I was actually interested in the characters and there was a definite storyline in this one, with more action and events to keep me hooked.
What with Bridget's drug scandal in Thailand, the ongoing on-off relationship with Mark Darcy and the brief appearances of Daniel though I can't help but imagine them as Colin Firth and Hugh Grant in my head Still not a massive love 3.
What with Bridget's drug scandal in Thailand, the ongoing on-off relationship with Mark Darcy and the brief appearances of Daniel though I can't help but imagine them as Colin Firth and Hugh Grant in my head Still not a massive lover, think chick lit just isn't for me, but it is good honest fun and Bridget is the most relatable character ever!
This story turned into love novel, but it's still great chick lit, great comedy and great story. Bridget is struggling with her relationship with Mark, had serious problems and struggling with her job.
The end was satisfying and I was laughing out load during the feast. I enjoyed Edge of Reason a bit more than the original. I think it had a little more depth and I use that term veeery loosely than the first Bridget Jones book.
She grows a tiny bit as a character, and finally seems to come to terms with what it means to be an adult in love. Again, she grows a tiny bit This is, after all, Bridget Jones we're talking about.
As a big fan of the BBC version of Pride and Prejudice, I also found myself smiling quite a bit at the references to the movie This was not as good as the first one Fits of uncontrollable laughter.
That would describe me reading this book. What a great followup to the first one! For those of you who have only seen the movie and not read the book, warning: the movie script cuts quite a bit out, and changes quite a bit.
For instance, the whole lesbian thing in the movie? Never happened. The "other woman" who Bridget thought was after Mark really was after Mark in the book.
Daniel Cleaver barely makes an appearance, just a brief few times, literally only 3 bri Fits of uncontrollable laughter. Daniel Cleaver barely makes an appearance, just a brief few times, literally only 3 brief occasions.
He was never in Thailand with Bridget and Shaz, as he was in the movie. Therefore, the fight scene with Mark and Daniel never happens Also, Mark doesn't go to Thailand to rescue Bridget - he did his work at home and in Dubai to catch Jed.
The one thing that amuses me vastly about what they cut out was the fact that Bridget interviews Colin Firth for a freelance newspaper article!!!
For obvious reasons, that would have been impossible to have in the movie script, as Colin Firth ended up playing Mark Darcy in the movies.
They really, really did leave out A LOT, and this is definitely one of many occasions where the book so surpasses the attempt at the movie.
That being said, I love the movie and it's hilarious. It just doesn't match up with the book, and that always pisses me off. It's really too bad that Helen Fielding never came out with a trilogy for this.
I would have loved to have had a third book detailing Mark and Bridget getting engaged and married and some crazy stuff happening amidst all of that the book ends with no engagement.
Love, love, love this book! Jun 27, K. As I said last time, the movie is a trainwreck and the two should not be compared.
The similarities to Persuasion are nicely done and that spoilery moment below? Yeah, that still makes me tear up.
Having finished the first one yesterday, I honestly think I prefer this. Possibly because it's loosely based on Persuasion, which is my all-time favourite Jane Austen book.
I absolutely adore the part where view spoiler [Bridget and Mark meet in the hallway at night, and he freaks out and they finally talk about their feelings hide spoiler ].
It makes me tear up every time I read it. I can't even begin to emphasise how much they mangled it into a piece of utter bollocks when they made the movie version.
Funny and light hearted, a great follow up to the original. Not as fresh and quotable as the first Bridget Jones book, but still a lot of fun.
More entertaining if you're familiar with Persuasion , since her references callbacks? Too sleepy to type more. Read this book if you like funny.
Not as good as the first but still worthy of attention. This is certainly an entertaining read that comes with a few cringe-worthy downsides.
I got the book from my local library which is why I probably don't mind some of its flaws and will continue to read the series.
I love the fact that Colin Firth stars in the movies while Bridget swoons over him in the books. The character of Bridget seems to be the strength as well as the weakness of the novel.
While I like her attitude sometimes and she is an easy-to-relate-to character hello procrastination This is certainly an entertaining read that comes with a few cringe-worthy downsides.
While I like her attitude sometimes and she is an easy-to-relate-to character hello procrastination , other times she's plain annoying.
It's also a bit scary to see how much some aspects of the genre changed since the turn of the millennium while other themes sadly stayed the same.
I like to believe that the series wouldn't be that popular if it had been published recently.
Nevertheless, looking forward to the next book. Never giving up the hope that it'll surprise me. Helen Fielding is basically the world's greatest feminist.
In her first Bridget Jones book, she taught us that no woman is complete unless she has the love of a foppish, sub-Hugh Grant, barely heterosexual posh man to complete her.
To add to the confusion, Bridget is in love with the actor Colin Firth, who they end up casting in the film as her actual love interest, Mark Darcy.
And he doesn't really play a Hugh Grant type either. Or the Hugh Grant in real life, who fucks crack whores in the mouth.
This is a review of the book though, which is not a film. It's not the first book either, it's the sequel to the first book.
And it's not the film which is a sequel to the first film. In this book, Bridget gets her dream job, interviewing Colin Firth for some magazine or TV show or whatever.
This is very confusing if you've seen the first film, obviously. This is the book though, so we'll carry on. Does anything of note happen in this book?
There's a scene at the start of it which is funny because foreign people are hilarious, and gay people are icky. I think that's the point the author was trying to make, anyway.
The key themes of the book are that women are useless without men, other women stab you in the back at every opportunity, and that no one thin or good looking can be a good person.
Fielding's novels are loosely based on a couple of Jane Austen books, although they're not that much like them; well, except for the fact that their attitudes to women, men and relationships are two hundred years out of date.
Can't wait for the third one! After my embarrassing self-discovery review of Bridget Jones's Diary , where I admitted to the world that yes, I was Bridget Jones, I launched into the sequel ready for more relatability and laughs.
I was disappointed to learn that Fielding had decided to throw Bridget to the wolves of sequels, and deliver to her readers a multitude of setbacks that became less believable as the diary went on.
Jones in her underwear outside and being happened upon by her ex. Jones finding a small Oriental boy and After my embarrassing self-discovery review of Bridget Jones's Diary , where I admitted to the world that yes, I was Bridget Jones, I launched into the sequel ready for more relatability and laughs.
Jones finding a small Oriental boy and a bunny rabbit in her boyfriend's bed. Jones arrested for drug trafficking.
Jones being targeted by a lunatic murderer. The ridiculousness of it all made the story less funny than its predecessor, as one spent the entire time exasperated by this hapless bad luck magnet.
It was so forced. It felt like Fielding was capitalising on Bridget's wit and irrevocable calamity, so she hammed both of these up to an uncomfortable degree.
Utter slapstick. The diary format I so loved in the previous novel failed miserably this time. Fielding opted for longer diary entries, giving the story more of the feel of a novel, where previously the shorter glimpses into Bridget's life gave the air of writing on the go, again in the most unfeasible places.
God knows how she managed to smuggle her diary into a Thai prison, or to write exactly 0 minutes after having sex.
A catalogue of stories you'd hear from exaggerating drunks, and, quite frankly, an organised mess. I'm pleased to report I'm no longer Bridget Jones, as and I struggled to believe this previously she truly is a fictional being whom I cannot relate to.
Fielding lost her everywoman. I never liked this story as well as the first one, though time has mellowed my viewpoint a bit. I remember thinking that there is no way that much could happen to one person in the course of one year and not have more of an effect.
I mean, hello! She got her boyfriend, she met Colin Firth, she hung out with her mother's African We'll call him a guest.Community Reviews. Cleaver war Boss eines Buchverlages und ist just click for source Reporter?!?! Bridget is struggling with her relationship with Mark, had serious this web page and struggling with her job. In the second movie, she is plumper. Suppose I have to make it different. Original Title. Diesen Artikel versenden an. Shall not dwell on turd of a movie, however, flawed as it continue reading, because love the lovely book!