We Make Movies on Weekends made a review of Waiting for You.
[…] As we follow Paul on his journey, Morgan portrays a man with a mission as well as one who needs a dose of romance whilst escaping the rigmarole of life at home. Lead actor Morgan holds his own without magic and a dragon, but in no way does this push him. His big eyes and awkward mannerisms gel with his rather unsure of everything Paul, and there is sure to be an ‘awww’ sound throughout the theatre when you see him desperately try and chat to the confident and pretty Sylvia (Audrey Bastien) where he is staying. […]
You can find the entire review of the film on the site of moviesonweekends.com
Flickering Myth made a review of Waiting for You.
[…] The foundation for its success is the cast, led by a understated turn from Colin Morgan, who’s known to many as Merlin from the BBC drama, or Leo in Humans, and here carries the film with a relaxed charm that translates to believably real. Performances centred on grief can veer between histrionics or melancholy, but there’s none of that here. In fact most of the characters are underplayed to the benefit of the story. […]
You can find the entire review of the film on the site of flickeringmyth.com
QXMagazine made a review of The Happy Prince in which it talk about Colin Morgan’s performance.
[ … ] but Colin Morgan tears it all up as a shrill, vain, sexy, despicable, otherworldly Bosie. Seeing him with his dyed hair and pink lipstick, looking hardly Victorian at all, shows how outré the film can be; in one scene, with tousled locks and half-undressed, he looks half like Tom Cruise in Interview With The Vampire, and half like Basic Instinct-era Sharon Stone. His performance seems designed to elicit gay joy.
You can find the entire review of the film on the site of qxmagazine.com