Glass film review: M Night Shyamalan bridges Unbreakable and Split with disappointing sequel
Tuesday, 15 January 2019 2.5/5 stars At the end of M Night Shyamalan’s last film Split, the camera cut to Bruce Willis in a bar, watching a news report. Film review: Split – James McAvoy stars as creepy mental patient Boom. Two worlds collapsed into one, as Shyamalan fused Split, with its story of multiple personality sufferer Kevin Wendell Crumb (James McAvoy), with that of Unbreakable, released back in 2000, and starring Willis and Samuel L. Jackson as two men who believe they posses abilities far beyond...
This article is from ThrillistHosts John LoPresto and Michael Tarazi deliver enthusiastic (and occasionally snarky) takes on some of the weekend's biggest releases. This episode, the duo focuses on 'Glass,' the new M. Night Shyamalan superhero film starring Bruce Willis, Samuel L. Jackson, and James...
According to Comicbook.com, the LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part will top the box office in its opening weekend. The LEGO Movie sequel will open to around $40 million from 4,303 locations. That's enough..
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Anya Taylor-Joy continues to be a face of the horror genre. After lauded performances in both 'Glass' and 'The Witch,' the young actress has signed on to star in Edgar Wright's psychological thriller..
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Glass just pulled a hat trick at the box office.The film earned $2.7 million on Friday on its way to a $9.5 million take over another uneventful box office weekend. The film's total now stand at $88.6..
The last time the number one movie at the box office earned less than $10 million was when the faith-based film War Room managed the top spot in its second weekend over the Labor Day weekend in 2015...
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