The new Paramount Pictures comedy 'Morning Glory' along with the pulse-pounding thriller 'Unstoppable,' debuted in theaters across the nation this week.
Rated PG-13, 'Unstoppable" tells the story of a veteran locomotive engineer played by Denzel Washington, who finds himself in the unenviable position of having to stop a runaway train laden with explosives from reaching Scranton, Pa.
"This movie has pace, momentum and fear … more than any movie I've ever done," director Tony Scott said in a traileraddict.com interview. "It's what I call an edge-of-the-seat movie."
Meanwhile, 'Morning Glory' starring Harrison Ford and Rachel McAdams seeks to tickle the adult audience's funny bone.
The film is about a television news producer who's trying to revive a struggling morning show program.
Focus on the Family film critic Bob Walizewski reviewed both films on the Nov. 12 edition of the CBN News Channel's Midday News. Click play to watch.