Artistic licence: Modern heroes with edge

Was I the only person cheering for the Hugh Grant character in the film adaptation of Bridget Jones’s Diary? Daniel Cleaver was fun, he was devilish, he was handsome, and he was a much more attractive option than that wet blanket Mark Darcy, who seem

17th October, 2009

Was I the only person cheering for the Hugh Grant character in the film adaptation of Bridget Jones’s Diary? Daniel Cleaver was fun, he was devilish, he was handsome, and he was a much more attractive option than that wet blanket Mark Darcy, who seemed to exist purely to wear a silly reindeer jumper, be led around by the nose by his relations and make a good case for being Bridget’s boyfriend only by virtue...

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