Written November 05, 2010
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 prime. The comedy started fairly lame but really picked up in the second half of the movie. There were some nice dramatic moments and Diane Keaton improved every scene she was in. Jeff Goldblum was wasted, and Patrick Wilson, the hunky star supplying the romance element of this romantic comedy, could have been played by a Ken doll. A good rental or if you need a safe choice at the theaters.
Written March 18, 2013
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Written November 15, 2010
...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 Glory.Another example of McAdams totally enveloping and humanizing her character. She has never disappointed me,except for that stupid time travel movie,then again,she did her best fora scattered storyline. For once,Keaton didn't overact and try to upstage everyone and hit her role just right. Jeff Goldlum gets better all the time,whether the role is large or small. And Harrison,although has a tendency to constantly use the same expression,always is amazing to watch. I totally loved the debate on what 'news' should be as well. BTW-I agree with Ford's character!!!!! I say 'GO' to see McAdams shine,but if you are not a big fan of hers,can wait for small screen. I will go once more.
Written November 20, 2010
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 you laugh and make you forget the horrible state of our economy, what's there not to like? A nice way to spend a couple hours being entertained.
Written November 04, 2010
laughed so hard couldn't breathe