Glass

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  • Glass displays a few glimmers of M. Night Shyamalan at his twisty world-building best, but ultimately disappoints as the conclusion to the writer-director's long-gestating trilogy.
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    Daniel BarnesDare Daniel
    Shyamalan reaches the rock bottom of hacky gimmicks and clueless storytelling.
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    Neil MorrisINDY Week
    The big reveal isn't something that was hidden, but that there wasn't really anything of substance to reveal all along.
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    Katie Smith-WongFlick Feast
    To quote Mr Glass, this is supposed to be an origins story. However, during the 19 years between Glass and Unbreakable, there are better ones out there.
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    Sarah MusnickyVitalThrills.com
    On its own, Glass isn't a well-rounded standalone film.
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    Lael LoewensteinFilmWeek (KPCC - NPR Los Angeles)
    Like a mosaic put together by a not-gifted preschooler. It just doesn't come together.
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    Josh WildingComicBookMovie.com
    Well worth checking out, Glass may not be the Unbreakable sequel some fans were hoping for but it definitely doesn't disappoint and is an absolute blast.
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    Kate RodgerNewshub (NZ)
    This is otherwise, weirdly, just amateur-hour at the movies and a big disappointment.
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    Nicolás DelgadilloCultured Vultures
    The direction and performances are great, but some questionable decisions are made for where the story goes, and the end product feels underwhelming.
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    Karl DelossantosSmash Cut Reviews
    Glass - the finale of M. Night Shyamalan's surprise Unbreakable trilogy - is ambitious and wild. It works completely in some aspects and fails in others. But I'm glad that it exists.
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    Terry MesnardGayly Dreadful
    For a series that tried so hard to fight against being a typical superhero narrative, Glass falls victim to some of the worst narrative proclivities of modern superhero films
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