M. Night Shyamalan’s superhero trilogy is complete with ‘Glass’; a sequel/crossover that combines elements of ‘Unbreakable’ and ‘Split’. When audiences first saw ‘Split’ back in January of 2017, they were shocked to learn that *SPOILER ALERT* it was a secret sequel to ‘Unbreakable’ with a cameo by Bruce Willis’ David Dunn showing up at the end. *SPOILER END* Who knew that Shyamalan was planning this universe all along? With the rise of extended film universes, such as Marvel and DC making bank, it seems plausible for this once acclaimed director to follow suit.
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M. Night Shyamalan has gone through a rough patch in his filmmaking career, with flops like ‘The Happening’ and ‘The Last Airbender’ under his belt. Thankfully, the man has officially come back to form with last year’s ‘The Visit’, and ‘Split’; his newest film. Whenever we get the news of a new M. Night Shyamalan film, we have one of two reactions. One being of joy and anticipation of his newest twist ending, or disappointment and regret at how awful some of his executions are. Thankfully, ‘Split’ is more entertaining than terrible. This is a film that has a decent buildup with an amazing Oscar-worthy performance by James McAvoy.
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I saw enough potential for ‘Morgan’ to be a great movie. The way the trailers presented this film were enough to convince me to see something directed by Ridley Scott’s son, Luke Scott; instead, I think Ridley should have helmed his production here. Coming straight from directing the funny, yet tense masterpiece ‘The Martian’, Ridley decided to make this film happen; and while it is a breath of fresh air to see something that seems original, yet clichéd, the problem comes from its confusing and complex script written by Seth Owen.
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