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A Crystal Ball on Glass

Uzoka Jomar

27 Jan, 2019 1:14 PM

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Glass is a Hollywood final sequel to the movie Split which premiered on the 20th of January 2016 and Unbreakable which premiered on the 22nd of November 2000, all which were written by M. Night Shyamalan, Glass was premiered on the 18th of January 2019 “what are the Odds”

Glass was completely breakable as it takes us through a story which featured Bruce Willis playing his original role as David Dunn who uses his supernatural abilities to track Kevin Wendell Crumb (James McAvoy), a disturbed man who has twenty-four personalities. I know at this point you are wondering “please what is the connection, if at all there is any, what concerns Die hard and wanted” this is the major problem to this great movie which makes it a Shatter to Unbreakable, Nineteen whole years is what it took to make an unbreakable sequel; Such a pubic waste of time But as regards to Split it was Film-ta-cular in different personalities.

 

This movie's success depends on your mood, the greater and more open-minded you feel the better for you, if not it’s a classic waste of your time, the directing was great, the linking of the different stories was awesome, and character selection was perfect “they had no excuse on that, hey! after nineteen years the Granddads are still alive and kicking it” big ups to Samuel L. Jackson, such a wonderful actor and Bruce Willis, it was quite a walk in the park for him but both combined weren’t as great as James McAvoy in this movie; the ability to switch through TWENTY- FOUR different personality without flaws is just Exquisite compared to Levi which had no Head or Tail.

 

Reflecting off heads or tails this movie had a mirrored direction which kept its storyline parallel despite other branches, it stayed beautiful like a Maple tree tunnel. Although the fact it took so long for a sequel as regarding unbreakable; it complimented Split more than it did Unbreakable leaving the viewers in a cinematic loop, I Literally became a warden keeping people in-line for I stumbled on Unbreakable at a tender age and could still put some pieces together but then again Elijah Price (Samuel L. Jackson) connected these Cracks in a smart way when he made a reference jokingly as to how long he had waited to reunite with Bruce “after Nineteen years we are having this conversation” he said. So big ups to M. Night Shyamalan for realizing he made a pubic mess, God bless America we all can move on with our lives now.

 

 

This movie is a7 for me and a recommendable watch for you, if you haven’t seen Glass just do yourself a favor and watch Unbreakable and if you’ve seen Glass what did you think about it, I hope it was Crystal?