Summary: In that time between summer blockbusters and the full-on Oscar blitz is time for Hollywood to take a breather. Sometimes the audience takes a breather too. And that isn't necessarily a bad thing. Here we meet Becky Fuller, trying to make the jump from local to network news show producer.
Summary: How Katharine Hepburn won an Oscar for Best Actress of this film is a bit mystery. I mean, she's okay, but nothing special. This was only her third film. Many think it would have been more appropriate had she won for "Little Women," her second film, also done in 1933. Frankly, I liked her better in "Alice Adams," her one of three movies she did in 1935. Whatever.
Summary: It was okay. Unlike Deb, I didn't really have any laugh out loud moments but that doesn't mean to say that it wasn't funny in parts. I thought Diane Keaton was under used and Harrison Fords performance was a bit over the top. Leading light was definitely Rachel McAdams, her performance saved the movie from being a bit bland.