Everybody has either a film star or character that they had a crush on during their formative years. So which…
Breakfast TV just got interesting.
When hard-working TV producer Becky Fuller is fired from a local news program, her career begins to look as bleak as her hapless love life. Stumbling into a job at "Daybreak" (the last-place national morning news show), Becky decides to revitalize the show by bringing on legendary TV anchor Mike Pomeroy. Unfortunately, Pomeroy refuses to cover morning show staples like celebrity gossip, weather, fashion and crafts – let alone work with his new co-host, Colleen Peck, a former beauty queen and longtime morning show personality who is more than happy covering morning "news." As Mike and Colleen clash, first behind the scenes and then on the air, Becky's blossoming love affair with fellow producer, Adam Bennett begins to unravel – and soon Becky is struggling to save her relationship, her reputation, her job and ultimately, the show itself.
I dislike the term 'guilty pleasure'. That may surprise some people as I've used it before, but I think I may retire it. I think that if something is pleasurable, then you shouldn't feel guilty for it (unless that pleasure is some kind of sex crime, in which case, you probably should).
People define a guilty pleasure as something you know is bad, but you still love it despite those obvious flaws. This would be something like Transformers, Independence Day, Resident Evil etc. All films that have incredibly glaring flaws but are still fun to watch even though they are bad. As much as I get that, I still don't like the concept of feeling guilty for any piece of…
If you enjoy hearing Harrison Ford say the word "frittata" then holy crap have I got a movie for you (he's actually really good, too).
I suspect Harrison Ford wasn't acting very much, but Rachel McAdams knocked it out of the park – she was quirky and honest and human. The story has a very regular structure, but the writers threw in enough tiny, unexpectedly human details that it really tugs at your heart strings. I found it inspiring.
I've caught a bit of a chill today which means all I wanted to do this evening was wrap myself up and watch something light and enjoyable that I was familiar with. I'm rather partial to those quickfire behind the scenes TV news based movies and series like HBO's excellent The Newsroom. Maybe it was discovering the snappy and legendary His Girl Friday when I was little that did it? Anyway, cast in the same mould is Morning Glory, a rather unfairly ignored comedy from 2010 starring the Rachel McAdams, Harrison Ford, Diane Keaton and Patrick Wilson.
It really is a shame that this was largely ignored as it is bright, breezy and pleasant film which sees the delightful McAdams…
Today was a tough day at work and this one is a guilty pleasure of mine. Harrison Ford is awesome as an absolute grump - his best performance since Bladerunner in a crazy kinda way. Also, I find Rachel McAdams as watchable as the rest of the internet finds Jennifer Lawrence.
Morning Glory has a certain energy that's often missing from comedies these days. Everything's snappy and zippy, and if perhaps it has its weak parts - the love story between McAdams and Wilson is just filler, for instance - it doesn't dwell on them for too long before moving on to the next thing on its agenda.
The story of a plucky young career woman having to prove herself at a new job is a familiar one, and when you take into consideration that she has to deal with cranky old people at her work, it's not surprising to find out that writer Aline Brosh McKenna also penned The Devil Wears Prada four years prior. The formula still works, though,…
Nice rom com with Harrison on his grouchy best form.
ERNIE, EEEEEEEEERNIEEEEEEEEE es la clave
Morning Glory follows the life of Becky Fuller, from her sudden unemployment to her EP success. Reminded me of this Korean drama I've watched before (Marry Him if You Dare, but the lead was one of the writers), but this gave me a better background of TV Production of a morning show.
it was cute
A nice film featuring a wonderful female lead. Story-wise, it isn't fantastic, however I do like the character development of both Becky (Rachel McAdams) and Mike (Harrison Ford). Some humor there as well, but the movie never gets onto that next level.
Rachael McAdams plays a TV producer as played by Dianne Keaton, whose veteran anchor happens to be Dianne Keaton. Harrison Ford is also there, being a bit grumpy. Morning Glory is a really rather fun lavish romcom, with a likeable cast and great soundtrack. More like this, please.
This film was... oh nevermind.. Im a journalist and umm I was checking to see if I like Rachel McAdams... which by the way.. I don't. This film is mostly crap. Yay.
It's not as funny as it thinks it is/wants to be, it glamorizes the no-news-in-news mentality, the love interest is the worst kind of one-dimensional-perfect, every plot twist feels unearned and contrived and it's more predictable than an episode of CSI... BUT.
Morning Glory is just relentlessly pleasant. Its smile-worthy-wit, Alwin Küchler's excellent anamorphic cinematography and Rachel McAdams' irrepressible charm elevate Morning Glory to the level of watchable distraction.
Movies of this type seem to be in shorter supply--not enjoyable distractions, but unabashedly pleasant, adult dramedies made with a decent budget.
Kudos to both the marketing design team and the production design team for creating a unique and interesting aesthetic.
Nervige völlig unwitzige vorhersehbare Zeitverschwendung.
A few of the films on this list are ones I think I may have watched, but I really don't…