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Bridget Jones film soundtrack

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The Bridget Jones film is on and I'm watching it because there's nothing else worth watching. I forgot just how good the soundtrack is, very up beat and girly, like re-living the past! :thumbright:

Is there anything out at the moment with a good musical soundtrack?
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Bludall wrote: Is there anything out at the moment with a good musical soundtrack?
Mamma Mia? :lol:
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Kevin & Perry is on... that had a few quality tracks :thumbright:
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I missed Kevin and Perry, I needed sleep. :lol:

I want to see Mama Mia, is it child friendly rating wise?
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Bludall wrote: I want to see Mama Mia, is it child friendly rating wise?
The first time I went to see it, the place was crawling with tweenagers - I didn't see it that time as they lost my booking :roll:

The next time was a more aduly audience - both times the cinema was heaving with oestrogen :lol:

Kids your age will have a great time - It is a PG rating and can't remember a single swear word, or any exposed flesh that would normally be covered :cb
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I just asked my two if they'd like to see it, eldest would but the contrary 8 year old said she'd hate it!! :roll: We'll be going next week! :lol:
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When she gets there, she will love it (even if she tries to maintain she hated every second).
We will be going to see it again I think - It is no Oscar winner for sure, but is a simple easy to watch and enjoy movie and all the cast appreared to enjoy themselves.
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