To make her troubles worse, her life is her job and she has no social life.
After sending five résumés to every network, she finally gets an opportunity.
Becky takes the job as executive producer for the morning show “Daybreak.”
“Daybreak” is rated the worst morning show and is on the brink of being cancelled. Becky hires Mike Pomeroy (Harrison Ford), a TV legend, who disagrees with morning show content, like crafts and cooking recipes.
He believed only in giving hard-hitting news stories, disagreeing with his co-host Colleen Peck (Diane Keaton).
Becky makes it her mission to make “Daybreak” the best morning show on network TV.
She begins to fall for fellow producer and office eye candy Adam Bennett (Patrick Wilson).
As she begins to succeed in her plan, she has to decide how to choose between saving her relationship with Adam, staying with “Daybreak” or taking a new job offer.
“Morning Glory” was a great movie, and Rachel McAdams is a great actress.
She embodies the character. Harrison Ford also never disappoints with his great acting.
This movie had great scenes filled with comedy that will make viewers laugh out loud.
The witty lines kept up the energy of the movie. The screenplay was well-written.
My favorite scene by far had to be when Becky gets 50 Cent to perform on “Daybreak.” Watching Diane Keaton dancing with him was priceless. The second funniest scene was Colleen trying to handle animals for a segment.
This is a great movie filled with funny scenes and great acting. It’s a movie that makes for a fun watch. It’s definitely a movie I will purchase when it comes out on DVD. Highly recommended.