Excerpt: Een echte "feel good movie". Rachel McAdams doet het erg goed in deze komedie. En ze staat stevig naast de topacteurs Diane Keaton en Harrison Ford. Diane Keaton is een irritant aanwezige vrouw, Harrison Ford speelt de Grumpy man. Er zit weinig diepgang in, maar voor een avondje lekker even niks is dit een uitermate geschikte film. Kijken dus.
Excerpt: Denk "I feel good" van James Brown op de achtergrond van deze review. Een geweldige feel-good-movie dus, goede acteurs, goede humor, leuk verhaal, romantiek, ook nog een beetje ontroering, wat wil je nog meer. Dikke aanrader voor een gezellige avond.
Excerpt: Eindelijk weer een gave film met Harrison Ford. In deze film heeft hij de rol van een ontzettende egocentrische nieuwslezer. Het is altijd weer hoopgevend om te zien hoe een jonge producent het toch weet vol te houden tussen het stelletje ongeregeld in de studio. Deze film is zeker de moeite waard om te zien. Kortom, een feel good movie is ook nooit verkeerd.
Excerpt: After watching You Again yesterday, I just had to check out Morning Glory. Rachel McAdams. Harrison Ford. Diane Keaton. Patrick Wilson. That's a pretty solid, even better than solid cast. No, that is an incredible cast for what amount to a featherweight, late afternoon dessert after a long day. Like You Again, Morning Glory doesn't offer anything more than a pleasant diversion from the everyday grind.
Excerpt: I wanted to catch this one in theaters but never got the chance to do so, so I decided to give it a rent from Netflix. I felt the story culd have been better, and I was expecting more laughs. It was still a decent movie though. There were some parts that had me cracking up but unfortunately they were spread out too much. My girlfriend loved it, so if you and your lady or man are looking for a date night movie, you both should enjoy it. The PQ and AQ were both great.
Excerpt: Equipment used for review: Sharp LC-46SB57UN 46" 120Hz 1080p LCD (24fps), Onkyo TX-SR606 7.1 Receiver, Onkyo SKS-HT540 7.1, & LG BH200 Super Blu Cast/Crew Info: Rachel McAdams as Becky Fuller Harrison Ford as Mike Pomeroy Diane Keaton as Colleen Peck Patrick Wilson as Adam Bennett John Pankow as Lenny Bergman Jeff Goldblum as Jerry Barnes Directed by Roger Michell My take: (the breakdown) I'll go ahead and get it off my chest that the only reason I rented Morning Glory...
Good-hearted comedy, glorious transfer to watch anytime
K i r a, blu-ray.com
5 March 2011
Excerpt: Honestly, I only checked this out for the fact that it stars Rachel McAdams and her gorgeous face, and having only casually caught glimpses of the trailer at my job as I did my duties there. Came in not knowing much, but left knowing the characters and enjoying the whole movie. It's a comedy with consistent laughs throughout, using a smart script or good character interactions rather than submitting to the cliche gags most of today's comedies use.
Summary: Arriving in New York City from a small town in Vermont, ambitious and wafer-thin Katharine Hepburn (as Eva Lovelace) wants to be an actress. Her irresistible pretensions and unusual beauty catch the eye of playwright Douglas Fairbanks Jr. (as Joseph Sheridan) as Ms. Hepburn attempts to join the company of Broadway producer Adolphe Menjou (as Louis Easton).
Summary: 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.
I didn't expect much from this movie but came away quite happy
15 November 2010
Summary: Rachel McAdams is what makes this movie so likable and cute. Her spunky optimism and always-on attitude is what drives the movie forward and gives it heart. This is one of Harrison Ford's funniest roles - he plays the grumpy, I'm too good for this, I will do what I want and you'll just have to deal with it, asshole extremely well. The witty banter back and forth between Diane Keaton and Harrison Ford is at times laugh out loud hilarious.