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Colton Morman

Colton Morman
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One rule that I’ve always had for myself is that I’ll watch anything just to see whether or not it has any sort of value. I’ve seen film after film and show after show that were just as bad...
Very few films have the capacity to affect the collective social consciousness. The ability to resonate with an audience on a level so intense that an entire society changes is the real coveted prize of pretty much every piece...
This is the moment the Marvel Netflix shows have been leading to. Two and a half years and five seasons of Marvel shows have led to the inevitable team-up between each show’s titular heroes. For the first time on...
Christopher Nolan is one of the best directors in cinema today. His films range from the time-bending "Memento" to the mind-bending "Inception" to the greatest superhero film of all time, "The Dark Knight." Unafraid to tackle any form or subject...
The rebooted Planet of the Apes series had a lot of difficult tasks ahead of it when it was first conceived. It had to distance itself from the fairly terrible 2001 reboot by Tim Burton and stand out from...
Spider-Man has had somewhat of a roller-coaster history in Hollywood. With two previous versions of the character brought to the big screen, Spider-Man has been featured in one of the best superhero films ("Spider-Man 2") and two of the...
The most underrated and overlooked director in the film business might just be Edgar Wright. With a history of making extremely enjoyable movies seen by a relatively small audience, Wright has a reputation of writing and directing films that...
Leading into the fifth season of Netflix’s “Orange is the New Black,” I was intrigued imagining how the creative team would present it. It was coming off of the incredibly well produced fourth season. which saw the series start...
After the critical failures of DC Films’ last two movies, it was beginning to feel as if “Wonder Woman” was becoming a make-or-break film for the DC Extended Universe (DCEU). Negative press -- and good yet still disappointing box office...
Television has seen a sort of renaissance over the course of the last seven years. The quality of television has gone up and so too has the quantity of television programs that produce entertainment of that rising quality. From...