Glass Movie Review
Glass: M. Night Shyamalan Messed Up Many Ideas into One
Glass is another heroic thriller by M. Night Shyamalan but it is promoted as a sequel to Unbreakable (2000) and Split (2016). The movie starts on a happy note but soon loses its track when more characters with different disorders are introduced.
David Dunn (Bruce Wills) has become a savior as he uses his super powers to protect those in danger and need. He comes to know that Kevin Wendell Crumb (James McAvoy) has a group of cheer leaders in his captivity but little does he know about the superpowers of Kevin. He sets out to release the cheerleaders and fights with the super powers of Kevin. Finally they landed in a mental asylum where a bad doctor starts experimenting on Kevin but another good doctor tries to shield David and Kevin from becoming victims of super powers. In the end, David, Kevin and the bad doctor die and the world comes to know about presence of super powers.
Highlights of the movie
- The movie has an impressive star cast belonging to the earlier movies of M. Night Shyamalan
- Every character in the movie has a secret agenda
- The super powers are represented with colors like green for David
- It shows true colors of a comic book movie
Glass First Look & Poster
The poster looks like a broken glass with each piece having a different picture. The name of the movie is written in bold letters just above the image of the mental asylum where it is shot.
Why watch the movie?
Presence of many stars and involvement of super powers is sufficient to bring audience to movie theaters.
- The hospital in the movie was a former mental hospital in Allentown, PA
- The movie was shot in 39 days
- Night Shyamalan took 19 years to make this trilogy
- Writer direction M. Night Shyamalan took inspiration from comic books