DVD - 2019
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After the conclusion of the film Split, David Dunn pursues the Beast, which is Kevin Crumb's superhuman personality. The encounters with the Beast escalate as Elijah Price materializes as an orchestrator who knows critical secrets about both Dunn and Crumb.
Publisher: Universal City, CA : Universal Pictures Home Entertainment, [2019]
Edition: DVD
Branch Call Number: DRAMA 791.4365 GLASS
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (129 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
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Jun 17, 2019

I expected this to be good, not boring.
This deals with extraordinary people that have superhero complexes, yet whoever approved of this and the script here, is not a real comic book fan, but reads psychology instead for fun.
Use this if you want a good nap.

Jun 16, 2019

Much better than Glass 1. I liked the way they brought another character from another movie into this one. The movie is called Split. I also enjoyed and found James McAvoy did an excellent job in acting his character. However, I found Bruce Willis acting to be average and the actor who played Glass to actually did not have a bigger part and really did not play a bigger part until the ending of the movie. The movie is ok.

Jun 07, 2019

Not very good.

Jun 05, 2019

Everything I want to say is a spoiler. But there wasn't that much to spoil.

Jun 04, 2019

I expected better. James McAvoy is a great actor but the story is lame.

Jun 02, 2019

Should have been better. The cast is great, but the twists were annoying.

May 22, 2019

So slow I kept falling asleep, but when I would wake up I didn't miss anything... That's how slow it was.

May 16, 2019

There are many good things to love here! Unfortunately, there are also several weak spots. I enjoyed to see these characters face each other, but in general, the movie doesn't go as fast as I would like it. And if you watch the DVD bonus material, the director says that the first cut of the movie was 3 Hours and 20 minutes. Wow.
I know the ending was disappointing to most people, but I accept it for what it is.
In perspective, M. Night Shyamalan has made some great movies, and also some awful movies. However, his greatest movies are so good, that I forgive him all his mistakes. The problem with his movies is that (in general) they are uneven. Actually, his career is the same: pretty uneven. Glass is the perfect example: this movie has some gold nuggets in it, and you may love those moments, but it also has a lot of defects.
RECOMMENDED FOR: people who watched and loved the first two movies. But let's be honest... Unbreakable was a weird movie in a sense that was genre defiant, a superhero movie with no superheroes, but what appear to be one metahuman (and a mad man in a wheelchair). Split was a great movie, and Glass is kind of in-between the two.
NOT RECOMMENDED FOR: if you didn't watch the first two movies, don't bother. Also, not for people who expect a movie from Marvel Cinematic Universe. This is a story from M. Night Shyamalan's universe.

CMLibrary_gjd_0 May 02, 2019

TH watched half the movie before I arrived home yesterday. He said he was saving me from his poor movie choices. Frankly I had no intention of watching this, (done with this Director) but thank you Honey for saving me?!?!?? :)

May 01, 2019

Edited on May 14, 2019 after watched "Unbreakable 2001." Revisited the origin of Mr. Glass (Mr. Mastermind) and last of the Trilogy on the three comic characters: Glass (Samuel L. Jackson), Unbreakable (Bruce Willis) and Split (James McAvoy.) While the title is Glass whose first appearance is well into the film, the stars are Mr. Split and the introduction of a secret cabal led by Dr. Ellie Staple (Sarah Paulson). Decent story but relative to recent superhero films, embarrassingly cheap production values, half-baked finale and less-than-mediocre action/stunt scenes.

(Best viewed sequentially and suggest to watch at 1.3X or faster speed during the many ssllooowww scenes).

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Jun 02, 2019

Elijah Price: [narrating] There are unknown forces that don't want us to realize what we are truly capable of. They don't want us to know the things we suspect are extraordinary about ourselves are real. I believe that if everyone sees what just a few people become when they wholly embrace their gifts, others will awaken. Belief in oneself is contagious. We give each other permission to be superheroes. We will never awaken otherwise. Whoever these people are who don't want us to know the truth, today, they lose.

May 01, 2019

Many quotes in IMDb already, none particularly memorable:


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Jun 02, 2019

Violence: Violent fight scenes


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