Critic Consensus: Morgan neglects to develop its decent premise, opting instead to settle for a garden-variety sci-fi thriller with more action than ideas.
Watch it now
as Lee Weathers
as Dr. Simon Ziegler
as Dr. Amy Menser
as Skip Vronsky
as Dr. Lui Cheng
as Dr. Kathy Grieff
as Dr. Alan Shapiro
as Dr. Darren Finch
as Ted Brenner
as Jim Bryce
as Charles Grimes
as Morgan Age 10
as Dr. Brenda Finch
as Executive Assistant
as David Chance
News & Interviews for Morgan
Critic Reviews for Morgan
"What is Morgan?" the film's marketing campaign has been asking for weeks. Turns out, Morgan is just another sci-fi film that's only engineered to disappoint.
An initially intriguing but ultimately flimsy sci-fi action thriller.
Morgan is an unassuming little thriller, nicely put together and engaging enough while you're watching, though its memory is likely to vaporize hours, or even minutes, after you've seen it.
Thanks to Morgan, we know what bedtime stories Ridley Scott told his kids.
It's an attempt to wed philosophical science fiction concepts with bloody horror - a dubious endeavor that somehow works.
Audience Reviews for Morgan
I picked the ending the second I seen one character, sadly this film plods along with no real purpose. The talented cast can't rise a simple plot that was previously explored in ex machina to much more impressive themes. The film is lost and the exploration of character is next to zero, I expected better but was bitterly disappointed. I've been going through backlog of movies and reviewing them all over again with dates but a film like this I cannot waste my time. 26-03-2018.
Chip off the old block Luke Scott (son of Ripley) could've gone anyway he wanted with his debut offering, but nooo. What he does is to remake Blade Runner, only pared down and w/o dad's vision of a dirty futuristic Los Angeles. It's a tad slow, but certainly better than many give it credit for being. I liked it!
"There was joy in her heart before we shoved her back in that box." - Dr. Kathy Grieff In the wake of a violent incident at a research facility for artificial humans, the parent company sends a consultant to determine if termination is in order. After her breakthrough performance in THE WITCH, Anya Taylor-Joy confirms her potential as Morgan, a lab-grown hominid that the team has grown attached to. After carefully establishing the situation, the plot mechanics are thrown into high gear after an absurd encounter with a psychologist. Much like its titular character, MORGAN has a promising start before it snaps under a bevy of baffling decisions.
There are no approved quotes yet for this movie.