Bridget Jones and the National Treasure

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Saturday entertainment was provided by Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason, which was a rather terrible sequel to a decent movie. The plot was silly and the characters had very little development from the previous movie. It wasn't a disaster, but pretty bad nonetheless.

Today we watched National Treasure. I expected very little, but it was a surprisingly good and action-packed adventure movie. It was, indeed, quite stupid and proved once again that Nicolas Cage is absolutely terrible actor, but hey - it was pretty good entertainment despite these flaws.

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2 counterpoints to Nic Cage's generally uninspired acting career:

1) Adaptation. Some didn't like it, but I loved it, and Nic is quite good.
2) Raising Arizona. He does a great comedy job in what is still the Coen's best movie.

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