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Personal and professional jealousy rears its head in this award-winning study of media back-biting. Top TV newsman Aaron (Albert Brooks) is hopelessly smitten with his producer, Jane (Holly Hunter), but when handsome smoothie Tom (William Hurt) joins the team, he wins the affections of both Jane and the station executives. Soon the newsroom becomes a battleground as Aaron fights for his job and his girl.
Holly Hunter plays a network news producer who, much to her chagrin, finds herself falling for pretty-boy anchorman William Hurt. He is all glamour without substance and represents a hated shift from hard news toward packaged "infotainment", which Hunter despises. Completing the triangle is Albert Brooks, who provides contrast as the gifted reporter with almost no presence on camera. He carries a torch for Hunter; she sees merely a friend. Written and directed by James L. Brooks, Broadcast News shows remarkable insight into the people who make television. On the surface the film is about that love triangle. If you look a little deeper, however, you will see that this behind-the-scenes comedy is a very revealing look at obsessive behaviour and the heightened emotions that accompany adrenaline addiction. It is for good reason this was nominated for seven Academy Awards (though it did not win any). There are scenes in this movie you cannot shake, such as Hunter's scheduled mini-breakdowns, or Brooks' furious "flop sweat" during his tryout as a national anchor. Watch for an uncredited Jack Nicholson as a senior newscaster. --Rochelle O'Gorman --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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I LOVE IT and much as I saw it years and years ago still quote bits of it.
Enjoy - it is really worth your time.
A searing indictment of the age, even more so now, of style over content. Don't call people obsessive.
Its great, easily stands up there with many modern romcoms.
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A great cast of actors performing interesting roles. Lots of laughs, lots of well written dialogue. I believe that Broadcast News is a classic!Published 4 months ago by A. Young
YEAH why not?
Again UK company chopped out 5 minutes from the original film.
Still as fresh today as it was was it first came out. Sexy, intelligent and a good, albeit now dated, look at the the media.Published on 12 Oct. 2013 by Nancy
Holly Hunter is smart as a whip but not smart enough to rise above her instinct.
Albert Brooks is smart but not smart enough to reprogram Hunter's hard-wiring. Read more