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In Morning Glory, Will Parker (Christopher Reeve) arrives in the small town of Whitney, after spending five years in Huntsville Prison for killing someone in La Grange, Texas. Through an ad in the local paper, Will discovers that Emily (Deborah Raffin), a recently widowed mother of two small boys, is actively looking for a husband and father. Star-crossed loners, Will and Emily decide to make a go of their collective plight and Will moves into the barn on her farm. When a local woman is found murdered, Will is set up to take the fall. Excellent performances by Reeve and Raffin, and standout supporting roles filled by Nina Foch and Lloyd Bochner take this tale of love and redemption up a notch.
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The only thing that detracted from the film was the poor quality of the transcription to the streamed format in both audio (somewhat garbled) and video (low resolution and noise). Since the film is only 22 years old, I would imagine that there are much better copies of it in existence. I suggest that Amazon find and prepare a much better copy of the film for streaming.
but just droned on. Reeves cow-towed to Ellie's temper and control which always makes
a man look like a wimp. He did grow more respectful and he grew a back bone. The trial
was cornball and hokey except for Nat and his brother, they got a laugh. All in all the move
beats a blank.
All in all, though Reeves' didn't do a good acting job on this one - I just had to give the movie a 4 star, mainly because I read the book. If I hadn't read the book first, I believe I'd still give it a 4 star!
I suggest watching it for your self.