Aniston plays Alex Levy, a popular morning show host whose co-anchor Mitch Kessler (Carell) is fired after a sexual misconduct scandal. Enter ambitious novice Bradley Jackson (Witherspoon), whose fresh take on news reporting threatens to derail her more famous on-air anchor. Overall, though, it’s Aniston who shines particularly bright in this acerbic, timely and glossy look at the dark and dirty world of morning TV.
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7. Billie Eilish: The World’s a Little Blurry (2021)
At nearly 2.5 hours, this incredibly intimate access-all-areas documentary from director R.J. Cutler delivers an in-depth examination of the 19-year-old’s creative and emotional evolution during the making of her five-time Grammy-winning debut album, When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?
We follow Eilish from making the record in her brother Finneas’s tiny bedroom to playing sold-out shows around the world. We see her falling in love and dealing with heartbreak, pushing back against pressure to conform and learning to live with Tourette’s syndrome. It’s a tale about purity of vision, the struggle with self-doubt, and the glorious realization of dreams and redemption. Eilish is the perfect pop star, long may she reign.
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