Katy native Renée Zellweger is charming as ever in "Bridget Jones's Baby," a lively return to form for the unlikely trilogy about an ordinary woman and her professional and romantic woes.
The Edge of Reason, which fell into some of the all too common traps of sequels looking to up the stakes (hello, Thailand prison sequence).
Let's get over the silly fact that this movie essentially had to press reboot on the happy ending of the second, when Bridget said at the end how, even at 33, she was able to find love and happiness with one Mark Darcy (Colin Firth).
Sure, she might be eating desert alone in that same old London flat on that same old couch listening to the same old Celine Dion song, but it's not tragic.
When younger friend and co-worker Miranda (a terrific Sarah Solemani) invites her to a weekend getaway, Bridget arrives to the airport looking like a Nancy Meyers leading lady in cream and white.
[...] she doesn't realize they're going to an outdoor music festival.