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Plot: Becky (Rachel McAdams) is a hard-working morning TV show producer, or at least she was until she got fired. Desperate to get a job, she finally gets an interview with Jerry (Jeff Goldblum) - who is desperate to hire a producer for the struggling show "Daybreak". Becky accepts the job and it proves… Runtime: 107 min Release Date: 10 Nov 2010
I would like to start by thanking everyone involved with the making of this movie. Hands down one of my top ten all time favorites ever . I cannot express how much this movie brightened my day.My father passed away in July... Smiles have been few and far between and laughter has been almost non existent in my house. Today, I watched Morning Glory and I found myself feeling so much better after wards. I laughed more than I ever have in a movie. I even cried. It gave me a bright spot in the aftermath of my dads passing. Harrison Ford was one of my dads favorite actors. And to see this funny, <more>
quirky side of him was very cool for me. I know my dad would have loved this movie as well. Sorry he missed it. Again, I just want to thank everyone again for making Morning Glory... It made my year!! I advise everyone to see this one. Grab the people you love and take them with you! It's that good folks!
Rachel McAdams just keep getting better and better. She was so sweet and funny in Morning Glory. He character, Becky, was so believable and real, her rambling at the mouth when she was nervous, hilarious! I've loved her since Mean Girls. Harrison Ford with his dry wit, you hate him and love him, at the same time. He just keeps getting better with age. And let's not forget Diane Keaton, with her quirky charm. The story starts with Becky going to work at a failing morning show, she brings in Harrison Ford's character, Mike, to help the falling viewer ship. An so starts the battle of <more>
the personalities. The main characters play well off each other with a very well written script. I saw the movie with two friends and we all agreed that we hadn't laughed so hard at a movie in a long time, but it had its sweet moments that brought a tear or two as well. I will definitely be adding this to my movie collection.
This is another highly underrated movie.We all want to be successful, but why aren't we all? This movie shows the kind of dedication you need. About finding something that you love and just loosing yourself in it.Rachel McAdams has put in a lot of effort into this and it really shows. This is the best movie I have seen of her. The entire cast is good! The theme of the movie is a lot like the underdog sports team who triumphs in the end, I guess its this that has given the show a low rating. But thats totally misleading.The difference here is that, unlike the sports movies where we know <more>
exactly how its going to end, here because we haven't seen many news caster/producer my first movies, 'most' things are new and it was entertaining throughout, the music was really good too.The above theme doesn't matter at all because here they do a lot of character development and we really loose ourselves in the Rachel McAdams/producer character and I have a new found appreciation of what goes on behind the scenes on TV.Good movie - worth it.Rating - 8/10.
Not what I expected but very funny (by mbalderson-1)
I just came from a screening of this movie. I went in thinking total chick flick and came away quite impressed. There is a love story but it doesn't take up the whole movie and get heavy with it. The movie more centers around an up and coming producer of a local TV morning show that ends up at the lowest rated nationally syndicated morning show. what entails is a humorous tale of trying to get the shows ratings up.If I had not received screening tickets to this movie I probably would have never have seen it in the theater but after watching this movie I would have gladly shelled out <more>
$10-15 for a ticket to this movie. Well worth the time and even better I got to go for free.
I saw the screening of this movie last night and was pleasantly surprised that this was not another "chick flick". The story focuses around a young female producer that is hard working and hoping to get her dream job of Executive Producer EP of a well known TV morning show. Instead, she is accepted into the EP position on a failing TV morning show. Dedicated to her career, which was her dream since age 8, she has little time for men and romance. As the story progresses she has countless obstacles she must overcome and a high amount of stress that comes with the job. There are many <more>
comical scenes as the producer is practically at wits end during the main duration of the movie. She doesn't seem to lose her cool much of the movie, and when she does become infused with anger or passion she is constructive in using it to complete her job. This is a feel good story that shows with hard work, dedication following a dream since age 8! , a bit of luck, and having faith in yourself, you can accomplish your goals. A nice change from the current female lead characters currently out there.I left the theater thinking about my own career and how I could improve myself or work ethics. This movie is definitely a go-see!
A fun movie, with good acting, many laughs, and unlike some of the silly write ups - it doesn't fall apart- it's good to the end. The audience was laughing. I was laughing. My friend, who didn't really want to see it, was laughing. The moral of the story is a real plus given the negative news of the day! God Bless everyone involved - thank you for your work. Geez, I have to have ten lines, okay. Well, to say a bit more...the lead is wonderful. Her comic timing is excellent. All the supporting actors were excellent. The story of a young woman working hard to make a position work is <more>
true to the generation of the 70's, 80's, 90's, and now 2000's. However, we so often see and hear about the whining, entitled bunch that seem to get so much attention, this film was refreshing.
It's no secret that people go to see movies touted as being comedies for one reason, they want it to be funny and thereby make them feel a little better, or at least lighten their mood. That's what I was looking for when I went in to see this film. Thankfully, I was rewarded with more feel good value than I had paid for. This film is terrific entertainment.I'll add that I enjoyed this film on a number of levels.First, was the pure comedic value, which was high. Rachel McAdams owned nearly every scene she was in with not just her drop-dead-gorgeous-good-looks but with her well <more>
applied talent invested into this somewhat quirky, high energy character. McAdams' Becky was a finely crafted portrait of a warm, likable, very intelligent, hyper-kinetic, lovable screwball of a young woman. Her every moment on screen exuded lovable charm by the truckload; she's never looked more appealing or more lovely.But McAdams certainly didn't have to carry this funny film on her own. She was ably assisted by some of the finest people in Hollywood in the persons of Harrison Ford, Diane Keaton, Jeff Goldblum, John Pankow, Patrick Wilson, Matt Malloy, Ty Burrell, Patti D'Arbanville and a long list of equally great supporters. What a great selection of professionals.Ford was splendid as the emotionally parsimonious codger of an over-the-hill anchor. Not to be outdone, Diane Keaton was as terrific as ever in her turn as Ford's cynical, combative co-anchor; which she carried off with a wonderful exuberance and energy.Jeff Goldblum - who always seems to land roles as some kind of "different" personality - was excellent as Ms. McAdams' crabby boss. McAdams' colleague Lenny was well worn by John Pankow who seems to add to everything I've ever seen him in. Patrick Wilson as McAdams' love interest wasn't given much material to work with but his time on screen was well spent, adding a quality performance in just the right place. Ty Burrell was funny and at the same time kind of spooky as an unappealingly unctuous departing anchor. Though a small part, it was pleasant to see Patti D'Arbanville play McAdams' mother with appropriate love and concern.I saved Matt Malloy for last because he was an unexpected treasure. His portrayal of the show's weatherman suddenly thrust into a new and challenging role was particularly hilarious; the proverbial icing on the cake.The second area of enjoyment was the overall effort put into the sets, art direction, sound and the other technical areas. Everything was first rate which added to the realism.Finally, their depiction of the behind the scenes areas of a hectic television studio came across as spot on, actually heightening the chaos that seemed to follow McAdams everywhere. You can't go wrong seeing this film if you're looking for a fun night at the movies.A big thank you to the makers of this entertaining gem! By Bruce L. Jones http://webpages.charter.net/bruce.jones1/
At a loss of what to do, on a whim, I decided to go to the cinema. Being the opening night of 'Black Swan', I decided to leave that particular feature for another day. There were a few horrors, a few kids movies and then there was Morning Glory. The Plot: Morning Glory is the story of one enthusiastic workaholic, Becky Fuller Rachael McAdams , who is fired from her job at a Morning television show. Unemployed and desperate, she jumps at the offer of Executive Producer for a low budget, failing Morning show. The presenter of which, is the sour wannabe diva Colleen Peck Diane Keaton <more>
and the employees of which are under constant pressure to raise the audience ratings. Determined to prove her boss wrong, Becky Fuller goes to great lengths to improve the standard. One of her missions, is to employ world famous reporter, and the third most horrible person in the world Mike Pomeroy Harrison Ford as co-presenter. My Opinion: There are some movies that leave you indifferent. You walk out of the theater, shrugging your shoulders and contemplating what to cook for dinner. Then there are those, that leave you with a definite emotion. Morning Glory, for me, was the latter. As the closing credits scrolled, I was inspired. I skipped out with a can-do spirit. Maybe its due to Rachel McAdam's contagious radiance. Maybe its Harrison Ford's excellent acting. Maybe it was the simple plot, and happy ending. I don't really know. All I know, is that even now, the after effect of this light comedy- was pure conviction that anything can happen, if you work hard and really want it.To put it plainly, this romantic comedy was a pleasure to watch. And an excellent remedy for someone whose a little hopeless in these difficult financial times.
Rachel McAdams is taking the lead this time in a rom-com that adds a little pathos, shows the rest of the world what it's like to be totally committed to a job being a former workaholic, I can totally relate to this. The pace is set at "sprint" and actually does a great job of going the distance. 10 cuts above a sit-com, but could possibly be turned into a very successful one about a fictional struggling #4 slot on the network morning show circuit. Adding to the mix and a lot of credibility, Jeff Goldblum, Dianne Keaton, and Harrison Ford, looking every bit his 60+ years, but <more>
still has a boyishness to his demeanor that hearkens back to Star Wars and Indiana Jones. Patrick Wilson is the rom in "rom-com" and he holds his ground against the whirling dervishness of Rachel's character. The writing is outstanding and the one-liners, priceless. Check it out.