Morgan Spurlock

There have been so many films that have touched and altered my perception over the years that I couldn't begin to single out the few that have been the most impactful, but if we only look at some of the films of the past year and the conversations, debate and change they are driving, we start to see how important and irreplaceable these films and filmmakers are.
'Granito: How To Nail A Dictator': Dir. Pamela Yates Telling the extraordinary story of how a film, aiding a new generation
Liam Payne tweeted that all documentaries are constructed, dramatized bullshit. And I thought, oh my god, I can't believe he's written that a few days before his documentary comes out. But it was constructed bullsh*t, unfortunately.
The director of One Direction's new documentary has revealed that, although the band agreed to give him access to everything
One girl uses a banner to ask Spurlock to marry her "I've loved him since the beginning, even before 'Super Size Me'," one
“You sound 40% smarter because your accent just sounds that much more polished.” Morgan Spurlock’s charm mission swings into
We all know that moment when we’re watching a puppet show, willing to believe everything before our eyes, and then a small
"There are so many films over the years that have had such a positive impact, and to recognize that movies can create change
Pete Postlethwaite may have left a huge gap in the British stage and screen canon, but his unique contribution continues