Sure, you'll giggle and smile a bit in "Morning Glory," the new media-biz flick from the writer of "The Devil Wears Prada." But don't think for a second you're going to get the kind of quality time you enjoyed with Andy Sachs and Miranda Priestly. "Morning Glory" wants to be a vintage farce and an edgy new comedy at once, and it never finds its groove.
My full review of "Morning Glory is now online at SouthPhillyReview.com. (Note: In the review, the line, "...Diane Keaton plays Colleen Peck..." is supposed to say, "...Diane Keaton plays Diane Keaton..." Guess that got lost in translation.)