Morning Glory Synopsis
A producer (Rachel McAdams) tries to revitalize a struggling morning-news program.
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Enjoyable puff piece

By RandytheMovieFan
Saw a free preview and liked it more than I thought I would. Rachel McAdams is fine as a cute, perky, intelligent workaholic, but Harrison Ford steals the show as a much-revered idol well past his...

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If you saw this movie after seeing....

By lovestalentmoviefan
...the preview scenes,then you knew what you were getting into and have no business criticizing it. I knew it was fluff,but went for Harrison Ford. I was really surprised at how much I liked Morning...

Morning Glory

By luvsmovieshollywood03
I actually really enjoyed this movie. It didn't get all that great of a review by many but I thought it was funny, entertaining, and enjoyable. The actors were all great. Hey, if a movie can make...

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By Fortune_Cookie
laughed so hard couldn't breathe...

Another Must Go

By Kimbrrli
Absolutely the funniest movie of this genre I've seen in years. I laughed out loud way more often than I did for "It's Complicated" and it was a very good funny movie too....

Would not recommend

By dlcarnes
I really liked Rachel McAdams in "The Notebook", and I like Dianne Keaton. I have to say though that this movie was so full of unlikeable people that it was not enjoyable. Harrison Ford is horrible...

Lost in the Shuffle...

By FilmStarSF
Coming out just before the launch of the big "Seasonal" films, and in the throws of other more anticipated and well promoted films, Morning Glory gets lost in the shuffle. They could have promoted...

Swift Kick in the Glory

By rawvibes
A rundown morning show program desperately in need of a TV producer who can give the show a swift kick in the ratings butt to keep it from getting canned. Add to this a pigheaded, over the hill news...

So cute and funny!

By cluccio1027
I knew I'd love this movie because of it's combo of celebs, but it exceeded my expectations. It had so many funny lines that had the entire theater of guys and girls laughing out loud. Rachel's...

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Rated PG-13 | For Some sexual content including dialogue, language and brief drug references
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says Workplace comedy is winning but predictable; OK for teens.
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