M. Night Shyamalan brings together two of his standout original films—Unbreakable and Split— in this explosive comic book thriller. Elijah Price, also known as Mr. Glass (Samuel L. Jackson), finds David Dunn (Bruce Willis) pursuing Kevin Wendell Crumb's superhuman figure, The Beast (James McAvoy), in a series of escalating encounters. Price, armed with secrets critical to both men, emerges as a shadowy orchestrator.
You Cannot Contain What You Are. In a series of escalating encounters, former security guard David Dunn uses his supernatural abilities to track Kevin Wendell Crumb, a disturbed man who has twenty-four personalities. Meanwhile, the shadowy presence of Elijah Price emerges as an orchestrator who holds secrets critical to both men.. Glass Wiki
Probably the worst movie I’ve ever attempted to understand. This is terrible on so many levels. 🤮🤮🤮
Great conclusion to the previous movie ; must watch
I was super excited for this movie. M. Night was returning to his old form, and this was an unexpected crossover of two amazing stories. The first half of this film was super entertaining, the acting was excellent and the dialogue very cleverly written. While the twists and ending was surprising enough to be good, it was by no means great. In fact this movie was actually kind of boring. No explosive climax, the fights were kind of pathetic, and everyone died. The latter factor I kind of expected but disappointing nonetheless. Again, good movie but it was not the climactic end a trilogy deserves.
It seems to me that Shyamalan's vision for these movies - and something that is reiterated throughout both Unbreakable and Glass but still doesn't sink in with some viewers - is that this is what it might look like if people had more plausible super-powers. It's the story of what inspires larger than life myths and stories like Hercules or Superman. When you can get past the typical superhero audience expectations and tropes and focus on the 'real life' aspect of it, then I think the movie really shines. It's not about seeing a $300 million dollar spectacle. The acting is solid, the story is interesting and Glass builds on both Unbreakable and Split in a really interesting way. I for one would like to see more from this 'world.'
This was a really really bad movie
Don’t listen to the critics, Glass is a great movie by itself and an nice end to the East Rail 177 Trilogy. If you’re a fan a Shyamalan’s films then this one is right up your alley! I recommend watching Unbreakable and Split beforehand - but not necessary to understand or enjoy the plot. Highly Recommended Movie! #OverseerXGlassXHoard
I rather move to Ajo, AZ than to watch this film again.
...i really am digging this director; and appreciated this trilogy’s production, casting, acting and writing. a ton of fun refreshing to see creativity (other reviewers have details on the movie)
Incompetent, pompous and thrill free. Avoid.
Love it! This one brings everything together. Besides the excellent acting and cinematography, the unique story kept me wondering what would happen next. Everyone gets upset when the story doesn’t play out like they want. Well done M. Night! Many critics get it wrong again.
This is such an original group of movies which are thought provoking, as well as entertaining. They are definitely worth the watch!
I’m being paid to say this was great. Super great.
I thought this was incredible. I almost watched it twice in a row, right after finishing it the first time. Stupid work.
They spend far too much time developing the plot of this movie. There were a few good scenes in this movie, but overall it was 2 hours of our time that we’ll never get back.
People are dumb for thinking this was bad!this was a great movie and it tied everything up for me. Highly recommend!
This dark version of a classic super hero film was amazing, and I hope that there will be more to come. Not big budget but the plot is great
Avec ce film je commence à croire que les bons films de M.Night Shyamalan sont des erreurs de parcours... Il avait réussi à me surprendre avec Split après une décennie de navets. Jackson est ordinaire, Willis est plutôt absent et semble blasé tandis que McAvoy qui est un acteur talentueux semble dirigé de façon aléatoire bien que parfois impressionnant... De bons acteurs mal dirigés, des impressions de séries B et un scénario vide basé sur les super-héros et la réalité qui n’aboutit à rien. Ces personnages méritaient mieux! Les personnages secondaires j’en parle même pas... Une 1/2 étoile en plus pour la musique qui était appréciable.
Boring all the way though, with a horrible climax/ending. Total waste of time and money, garbage compared to Unbreakable and Split. Worst conclusion ever!
If you dislike this movie, i will doubt every of your other taste haha. Seriously, i think the directors take on superheros is amazing in a DC and Marvel era where everything is about big budget and special effects. This for me is a big surprise, and im gonna watch it many times. I think most people just didnt get it. Cause its brilliant and genius.