Glass

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68% Audience Score68%
  • 2.5 of 5 stars
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    Not much to shout about. James McAvoy was the only saving light.
  • 2 of 5 stars
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    A Dissapointing end to a trilogy that had so much more potential.
  • 3.5 of 5 stars
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    Yes it's it's a disappointing movie but the structure is very strong My grade: B-
  • 2 of 5 stars
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    this movie was weird, and not in a good way. i only saw split before this, and maybe thats why i didnt connect with this film as much as i probably should have. james mcavoy and anya taylor-joy are the true standouts of the film.
  • 4.5 of 5 stars
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    This was everything I had hoped this movie would be. I loved the action sequences being as realistic as a superhuman fight could be, I loved the time spent with all the characters and the psychiatrist being able to make Bruce Willis' and James McAvoy's characters believe they may not be supernatural. Making them believe they were just really good at several different skills that real people have been able to accomplish. I supported the decision for Samuel L. Jackson to appear catatonic for the first half of the film and spending time on unraveling David and Kevin's personalities. I did not understand the hate for Bruce Willis' performance, it was everything it needed to be. Nor did I understand why this film was not universally loved. It was so well done and filled with so much story and character development, not relying on action sequences or computer generated graphics. It was just a story where you could almost believe these people could exist. The ending did go on a little long for me and it appeared there were too many twists for its own good. Finding out Kevin's dad was on the train was enough of a twist for me. It didn't hurt the film but the twist of a secret organization that has been around for thousands of years and then the twist that Jackson had been pulling the strings the entire time before getting around to sharing the footage of the superhuman feats shared across the world. At first viewing it appeared it was trying to be too clever but I have watched this film 5 times just because I loved it so much and I grew understand why it had such an extended ending. I could not believe he committed to killing off all the main characters, it was bold and unheard of in this genre. All in all, it is a must see and a great pay off of the two previous films in the franchise.
  • 2.5 of 5 stars
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    Decepcionante, a história de algo grande que no final é ignorado.
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    Horrible way to kill off the main characters. Not a great plot, or ending. Would not recommend.
  • 2.5 of 5 stars
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    Disappointing conclusion to Unbreakable and Split that takes too long to get going, then underwhelms at the end.
  • 2.5 of 5 stars
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    I haven't seen the previous films, but wow this film was weird. It certainly looked the part with the nice cinematography, but the story just wasn't there for me. It has a very strange plot, a dumb showdown at the end, and mediocre characters, some of whom don't get to do much at all. A disappointing watch and I'm surprised the audience rates it so highly (3.5 on average).
  • 3 of 5 stars
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    Glass shows the inherent problem with Shyamalan's filmmaking style; when you have established yourself as a filmmaker aimed at subverting expectations, how do you continue to do so for the entirety of a career spanning decades? The problems only compound when considering a multi-film series. After so many years, the options to mislead the audience have clearly become scarce, but there is plenty of continuity from previous films to make this one worth the watch.