OUR BLOGGERS!

August 17, 2018

Get Up and Move

by Connor Coman
August 16, 2018

Our All-Time Best Collection of Top 10 Dating Tips

by Cristina Morara
August 09, 2018

The Dawn of the Dance Challenge

by Luckie
August 04, 2018

Very, Very Independent Filmmaking - Power in Numbers

by Samantha Simmonds-Ronceros
July 31, 2018

Free Monthly Horoscopes - AUGUST 2018

by Maya White
July 30, 2018

Are you sheltering your dog?

by Bethany Wilson
July 23, 2018

Are You a New Leader?

by Jessie Marcus
July 20, 2018

Not Your Father's Mexico City Anymore

by NoHo - North Hollywood
July 19, 2018

Actors, Don’t Stop Working on Your Craft.

by Fran Montano
July 17, 2018

Sleep & Health

by Connor Coman
July 16, 2018

8 Signs He's a Keeper

by Cristina Morara
July 10, 2018

Greta Van Fleet Rock N’ Roll is not dead

by Caroline McElroy
July 09, 2018

Quick and Easy tips to Update your Kitchen

by Christopher Porikos
July 08, 2018

Tips To Grow Lovely Indoor Gardens With Limited Space

by NoHo - North Hollywood
July 04, 2018

Very Independent Filmmaking - Inventing Yourself as a Filmmaker

by Samantha Simmonds-Ronceros
Friday, 25 May 2018 02:43

Review - Deadpool 2; Book Club

If you like your superheroes bold, irreverent, profane, and a tad anti-superheroic, look no further than Deadpool 2.

Published in Movie Reviews
Monday, 14 February 2011 08:25

SUNNY AND LIGHT – MORNING GLORY

MORNING GLORY
 
You might be forgiven for thinking Morning Glory, in which co-stars Diane Keaton and Harrison Ford play vain and bickering TV show hosts, was a standard rom-com about two cranky geriatrics who eventually fall in love.
 
But no!
 
Writer Aline Brosh McKenna’s smart, funny and endearing screenplay is all about showcasing its adorable young star.
 
Rachel McAdams plays Becky, an enthusiastic television producer who accepts the challenge of reviving a struggling morning show program with warring co-hosts. While the camera loves the sunny exuberance of its gorgeous leading lady, filming her in warm light and flattering angles and dressing her in pricey Louboutin shoes and flowing silk outfits, it also presents her as a mildly neurotic workaholic who’s unfailingly passionate about her floundering career. Somehow all this irrepressible enthusiasm doesn’t come off as annoyingly perky; we’re always rooting for her, even though people keep asking her if she’s about to burst into song.
Published in Archived Movie Reviews

Do you have an event, video or news to share?  Drop us an email and you may see it on NoHoArtsDistrict.com