Continuity mistake: In the fountain fight towards the end when the camera cuts back and forward, to and from Darcy, his shirt is buttoned differently each time.
Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason (2004)
Ending / spoiler
Directed by: Beeban Kidron
Starring: Colin Firth, Jim Broadbent, Renée Zellweger, Hugh Grant, Gemma Jones, James Faulkner
After Bridget realizes all that Darcy has done for her to get her out of prison, she realizes that he really does love her. so she rushes over to his work, interrupts another meeting and tells him how he feels. then they leave the room, and he asks her if he can ask her something. she ruins the moment by saying "as long as it isn't 'will you marry me'" and then she realizes that he was going to ask that. he gets embarrassed and tells her that the moment's ruined, but she convinces him to ask her again, and he does, and she says yes.
Mark Darcy: Hello?
Bridget Jones: It's me. Just wondered how you are.
Mark Darcy: I'm fine thanks. Everything all right with you?
Bridget Jones: Fine, though, er, I've just had a rather graphic shag flashback. You do have a genuinely gorgeous bottom.
Mark Darcy: Right, well, thank you. I'm actually with the Mexican Ambassador just at the moment and the Head of Amnesty International and the Under Secretary for Trade and Industry and you're on speakerphone.
Bridget Jones: Oh, right.
Trivia: In the scene where Bridget and Shazzer are on the plane to Thailand, where Shazzer first meets Jed, both she and Jed are reading "The Beach" by Alex Garland, a book about young travellers in Thailand. One of the main characters in the book is also called 'Jed' and many of the scenes featured in the film are mentioned in this book (such as drug trafficking, transsexual Thai prostitutes, etc).
Question: Was Rebecca a lesbian in the book? I read book 2 a year ago but I cant recall her 'coming out'. Also, did Mark and Bridget get engaged?
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Answer: No, Rebecca isn't gay in the book, and Mark and Bridget do not get engaged.