Yes, well, let's see here. Network is probably the greatest film about the media and the behind the scenes action at television stations, and, while this film tonally is on the opposite spectrum, it is surprisingly not on that same side where quality is concerned.
Yes, this film is not very original, the story is pretty routine, and there's a bit of slightly unnecessary stuff, (the romance side plot), but this film is nevertheless a very charming, well-meaning, and entertaining comedy, even if it is light and breezy.
I sometimes really like light and breezy, and at this time, this was what I needed. It is good, too...very fun. Grumpy Harrison Ford is always a joy to see, and how can you not like Rachel McAdams? I could have used more of Goldblum and a tad more of Keaton, and maybe just a tad bit of substance, but really, that's okay if not all of my wishes got fulfilled.
This is all pretty familiar, but it's comforting, and it is actually done pretty competantly, so yeah, give it a watch.