"Bridget Jones's Diary" is a fun time, and while it's not outrageously funny, or completely moving, it stays at a solid, cheap comedy. Renee Zellweger (Bridget Jones) does a great job in this movie, she provides most of the humour in this movie, and executes her role very well, easily the best performance in the film. I also liked Hugh Grant (Daniel Cleaver), and Colin Firth (Mark Darcy), who both created a large sense of opposition with their characters, and added a lot to the vibes this movie gave off. While nothing really happened to get me extremely into the movie, i definitely remained entertained throughout the entire thing, and nothing happened to make me want to stop watching. Another fret I have with this movie is the fact that it might have gone on just a little too long, with some of the events that happened stretching out a little longer than they should have, but it was a very minor disappointment, and did not at all ruin the movie for me. In the end, "Bridget Jones's Diary" might not be a movie I will remember for a while, but while watching it, I had a good enough time to stay entertained, and get a few chuckles out of it. "Bridget Jones's Diary" is worth watching if you're bored.