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And on top of that, it gets better with each viewing.Even the soundtrack feels as if weeks have been spent fine-tuning it to perfection, and I'm no fan of Springsteen or Tom Petty.
For a woman whose original casting in the 2001 adaptation of Fielding’s bestseller “Bridget Jones’s Diary” caused much consternation among fans and the Brit actress community, Zellweger is so identified with the role now that even her co-star in that and interim sequel “Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason” (2004) can’t conceive of her as American anymore.Poor Mark has to defend the latter in an immigration court, and that’s just one of the reasons why Firth plays him as perhaps more uncomfortable than he’s ever been, if you can believe that’s even possible.Maybe it’s because the actor was rather uneasy, too.“Yes, inevitable maturation,” Zellweger acknowledges. “She’s wiser, she’s moved on and is professionally accomplished.She’s probably a bit less naïve and she’s worrying about some different things at this stage in her life.But that’s how I read it: pretty uncomfortable, though I think ‘constipated’ is the word to describe him.
“The kind of things he thought he had figured out about his life haven’t turned out quite the same way as he might have expected 15 years ago,” the English actor continues.
Unfortunately his opinions aren't met with enthusiasm from his superiors and after dishonorably being stripped of his high earning clients and elite status within the agency Jerry steps out into the sports business armed with only one volatile client (Cuba Gooding Jr.) and the only person with belief in his abilities (Renée Zellweger) with the impossible task of rebuilding what he once had.
Along the way he faces the harsh truths which he'd ignored in the past and a host of hardships that he'd never faced before.
“I’ve just forgotten she comes from Texas,” Firth says of Zellweger, who indeed buffed-up her Brit with a voice expert before the 12-year reunion, and remained in character on- and off-set during “Baby’s’ London production.
“When I sit next to her doing press, it always gives me a jolt when I hear her real accent.
Deride it if you like, I'm not saying that Jerry Maguire's totally free of sentiment...