Glass

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68% Audience Score68%
  • 2.5 of 5 stars
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    (SPOILERS contained) I didn't see the point of the film, if only as a set up for a further film, which this was the result of a set up for a further film. The overuse of Elijah and his mother referencing comic books and which stages of the comic relate to this story was worse than Jamie Kennedy's character in the Scream tetralogy. It slowly built up to a pointless ending, which somehow involved a shadowy society of superhero finders/killers (unsure). Didn't see the point of them all dying. Didn't see the point of them all being held together. Didn't see the point of the son. Didn't see the point of Casey Cooke's return. Didn't see the point of Elijah trying to get them out in the open to know that they wouldn't get further than the car park. Maybe a second watch is in order, but my 3WordReview was Too Much Narration
  • 2 of 5 stars
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    This movie had so much potential, but ended up being trash. All the magical potential this movie had and it ended up being a psychological thriller that didn’t have much action. I really could’ve fast forwarded to the end of the movie when the plot unfolded and not missed a thing. Could’ve saved myself 2 hours.
  • 2.5 of 5 stars
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    I'm really mixed about this one. ‘Glass' has such a cinematic feel to it. The directing as well as the pacing, storytelling, and performances crush it. M. Night Shyamalan really does kill it for the most part, like, I'd go as to say this film features some of his best work, but the movie loses some of its charm in its last act and an incredibly mixed closer overall. 5.8/10
  • 1 of 5 stars
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    I loved the first movie , because of the o
  • 3.5 of 5 stars
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    If you enjoyed the first two movies I would say it is worth watching. The first two acts do not include as much of Mr. Glass as I would hope but the execution of the first two acts is pretty good! The third act is where the movie falls apart, though I somewhat enjoyed the ideas and writing behind the ending, the overall execution seemed rushed. Details could have been hinted at earlier, making the end of movie reveal less jarring. Simple changes could of significantly improved this movie, it seems as though they rushed the production of the movie, especially the third act. I believe that was a mistake, moving the release back would of been a better decision.
  • 4 of 5 stars
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    Hard to understand the negative reviews, really enjoyed this and the way it sewed unbreakable and split together to form a final trilogy. Once again Mcavoy multiple personalities were a show stealer and made the film. Watch all 3 films and enjoy them for what they are
  • 5 of 5 stars
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    I loved it. I liked how M took the idea of people evolving through pain and abnormalities and wove an amazing story together, then made it into a universe. I hope he continues with this.
  • 3 of 5 stars
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    Not near as thrilling as Split or Unbreakable. The only action happens in the beginning and after 2 long boring hours some happens at the end. Also includes a not-needed lame "suprise" that is not very believable. Pass on it.
  • 3.5 of 5 stars
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    The last act of the Shyamalan´s trilogy gives us a more than satisfactory and cohesive ending to the history that was built over almost 20 years. Entertaining and emotional at moments, Glass joins the collection of super human films to highlight.
  • 2.5 of 5 stars
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    The drama in this film is a broken glass of directing. Jackson and McAvoy only noticeable acting — Willis doesn't try, Paulson overacts, everyone else is fear. But the main problem of the film is its uselessness.