With its theme alone, this film would not be family-friendly, but Universal made it even more so with its tremendous volume of foul language. The theme deals primarily with the relationship, both sexual and relational, of Bridget Jones and Mark Darcy. It seems that they really liked to focus on the sexual aspect of the relationship. Zellweger does a wonderful job as the British lady soon to spend her life as a spinster if she doesn’t land a man soon. She is constantly wondering if Darcy is cheating on her and jumps to many conclusions about their relationship, many of which are comical. There are many funny parts to this film, like when Jones parachutes right into the middle of pigs and all their excrement. But, for me, the film lost its appeal with the constant foul language and non-stop focus on “shagging”. With a little more restraint from Universal, this could have been a much better film. Don’t take the kids to see this one.