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    Glass (Split/Unbreakable Sequel)

    Its finally here. Acting as a sequel to both split and unbreakable. Split was fantastic Shyamalan seems to be having a bit of a come back.


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    Never seen any of those movies, will seek out.

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    Ubreakable is a stone-cold classic, easily Shamalamadingdong's best film. I found Split to be severely overrated.

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    Gwarden wrote:
    Ubreakable is a stone-cold classic, easily Shamalamadingdong's best film. I found Split to be severely overrated.
    Same here. I thought Split was a 6.5/10 movie.

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    Gwarden wrote:
    Ubreakable [sic] is a stone-cold classic, easily Shamalamadingdong's best film.
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    I found Split to be severely overrated.

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    Unbreakable is great as a single film, I have no interest seeing where his character goes from there.

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    Loved Split, haven't seen Unbreakable.

    Has anyone figured out the twist yet?

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    split and unbreakable was good. This looks interesting with a heavy weight of actors too.

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    Holy shit, I have to see split now, does knowing the existence of Glass wreck it?

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    Feliz wrote:
    Holy shit, I have to see split now, does knowing the existence of Glass wreck it?
    Nah it's a completely separate thing and only has a tiny cameo crossover at the every end to hint they're in the same universe.

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    Really hyped for this. Literally just finished watching Split for the 1st time 5 mins ago & loved it

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    Jan next year release irrc.

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    Do want

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    Damn this is doing pretty badly so far on RT

    https://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/glass_2019

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    Saw this tonight. The reviews are right.

    Slow.
    Holes aplenty.
    Twist surprise was barely worthy of a shrug.

    Nothing after the credits btw.

    This could have been something good but all it did was wander around - trying to work out what it was.

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    It was excellent

    pacing was abit off but the 3 part movie was not 100% smooth , the performance from James McAvoy was fantastic , loved some of the dialogue and it tied up the trilogy well. And gives the audience lots of ammo for their imagination.

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    I watched this today. There's next to no twist which is pretty rare for the director. It's a good flick to watch. I'd rate it a 7/10 . I liked Split and Unbreakable more.

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    Saw this today, despite underwhelming reviews I enjoyed it. Felt true to what you've come to expect from the previous two. Tied in well with the previous two.