Following the conclusion of Split, Glass finds David Dunn pursuing Kevin Wendell Crumb’s superhuman figure of The Beast in a series of escalating encounters, while the shadowy presence of Elijah Price emerges as an orchestrator who holds secrets critical to both men.
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Maybe it’s only appropriate that Glass finished victorious for a third-straight weekend. Windows are made of the stuff, after all, and Glass showed once again that it knows how to … win dough. Not that it won that much in the grand scheme of things on this quiet Super Bowl weekend at the multiplex. The […]
You’d think that The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part would be a blockbuster. After all, LEGOs are all about blocks, right? But while The LEGO Movie 2 did cruise to a win this weekend, it’s leaning toward more of a bust. The newest LEGO flick earned an estimated $34.4 million, which easily outdistanced its […]
There was a moment during Split—about when the Beast (James McAvoy) is roaming the underground halls of the Philadelphia Zoo, choosing which of the teen girls he wants to murder next—when I thought to myself “it would be kind of cool if Bruce Willis showed up to save them.”
Star Rating: 0 Stars Cast: James McAvoy, Bruce Willis, Samuel L. Jackson
(A rare, coveted ZERO star rating) Release Date: Friday, January 18, 2019 MPAA Rating: PG-13 Brought to you by www.michaelmedved.com
All right. Here are some of the latest. We review Glass (2019), What Still Remains (2018), Barbara (2012), and Goldstone (2016). Glass (2019) Director: M. Night Shyamalan I saw this in a theater this weekend. It’s the third installment in director Shyamalan’s “superhero” trilogy in which he examines the origins and interactions of three men … Continue reading Movie Roundup (1/20/2019)
More than 10 years ago, the faith-based movie Facing the Giants gained national headlines due to a controversy over its PG rating. It was free publicity that helped propel it to become a box office hit.
In this latest episode, the Sub-Beacon rehashes the Oscar Draft, discusses the draft of JVL's multiple personalities, and analyzes the number of flaws with the multiple personality-heavy film, Glass. PLUS: Vic strikes again!
809 words M. Night Shyamalan’s Glass is a sequel to two of his films, Unbreakable (2000), which is my favorite of his works, and Split (2016), which I found to be quite unpleasant, although I must concede that it is brilliantly acted in the lead role(s) by James McEvoy. Unbreakable is a deeply moving film […]
Glass Review: A Little Too Much, A Little Too Confusing
For a while there, it looked like M. Night Shyamalan was on the verge of a major comeback. Two years ago, there was a lot of buzz about the film Split. Not only was Split a legitimately thrilling and disturbing film but major buzz was generated when it was discovered the film was a sequel to one of his early hits Unbreakable starring Bruce Willis and Samuel L. Jackson. To no surprise, a follow-up film was announced and now you have the finale of the Eastrail 177 Trilogy: Glass, which had many people excited going in but you'll likely be disappointed heading out.
Elitist movie, elitist attitude of calling movies “film”, elitist review, elitist reviewer (who else beside an elitist would write an elitist-word-packed elitist review such as this?) When I read this review I felt as if the reviewer, the f… movie’s director, both were conspiring to …
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