Starring: James McAvoy,
Bruce Willis, and Samuel L. Jackson
Rated: PG-13 Runtime: 2hours 9 minutes
Glass, is the third movie in a trilogy that no one knew was a trilogy. A vigilante uses his extraordinary powers to rescue a group of girls that have been kidnaped and take them off their kidnappers’ menu. For his efforts he is placed in a psych ward and ends up in group therapy with his new found nemesis and his founder. Their therapist tries to convince them that their abilities are a delusion.
Glass, earns three out of five, Table Throwing Monkeys, The writing is good and the acting is better. James McAvoy does a great job sliding from one character to the next. The flow of the film is a bit odd as if M. Night Shyamalan had a great idea, but couldn’t quite get it to come out how he wanted. I can relate with him on this. Glass, is one of the best movies M. Night Shyamalan has ever done. It is not a waste of money to see on the big screen. The movie will be on much firmer ground if you see, Unbreakable, and, Split, before going to see this.