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Saturday, September 03, 2016

Morgan Movie Review Cinemark 17 Fayetteville GA - See This Flick!

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Morgan is a movie that seems slow at first but if you stick with the Luke Scott directed sci-fi thriller it hits you and then you can't forget it. It does justice to the Seth Owen script that was the hit of The Black List. Morgan stars Kate Mara and Anya Taylor-Joy, who plays Morgan incredibly. Mara, in her best performance since House Of Cards, is a corporate efficiency officer sent to try and figure out why this new form of being is having emotional twists that lead to the death of those closest to her. I don't want to give a lot away so I will just say you really need to see this movie. I came away wanting to hug Morgan close, and take Lee out on a killer date if she would show enough empathy. See the movie to know what I mean. I am going to see it again. And thanks to Luke Scott for a diverse cast that feels real.


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