Jan 18, 2019 | PG-13

Following the conclusion of Split, Glass finds David Dunn pursuing Kevin Wendell Crumb’s superhuman figure of The Beast in a series of escalating...

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6 / 10 Verdict: Good
Avg. Rating: 6 # of Ratings: 8 # of Reviews: 5

Overall Rating

6 / 10 Verdict: Good
Avg. Rating: 6 # of Ratings: 8 # of Reviews: 5

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Director: M. Night Shyamalan



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  • dariusfrench

    5 / 10
    When you get down to the latter, I don’t know whether or not I should look at ”Glass” as half empty or half full. While it proves to not be UNBREAKABLE, it doesn’t SPLIT expectations nor did the slightest crack give me any sort of reason t... Read the full review »
  • Elite Reviewer


    5 / 10
    I had pretty high hopes for GLASS as I loved both UNBREAKABLE and SPILT. Plus the trailer was amazing. But overall I found it to be pretty dull, littered with plot holes, and I didn’t love where they took the story. It felt very anti-climactic a... Read the full review »
  • Glass surprisingly does not shatter into tiny shards of stupidity. Well, this may just be one of the most conflicting films I've watched for quite some time. For everything Shyamalan executes correctly, he also manages to mess something up. Much l... Read the full review »
  • aydnn53

    5 / 10
    Glass starts pretty damn good and hooks you in very early on. The first act has some fantastic action sequences, and for fans of Unbreakable, you'll love the nostalgic feeling you get. Sadly, it's all downhill from there. Elijah and David barely... Read the full review »


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