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Watch Glass

(186639) 6.7 129 min 2019

Glass is a movie starring James McAvoy, Bruce Willis, and Samuel L. Jackson. Security guard David Dunn uses his supernatural abilities to track Kevin Wendell Crumb, a disturbed man who has twenty-four personalities.

James McAvoy, Samuel L. Jackson, Bruce Willis, Anya Taylor-Joy
Thriller, Sci-Fi, Drama
M. Night Shyamalan

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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Thriller, Sci-Fi, Drama
Director M. Night Shyamalan
Writer M. Night Shyamalan
Stars James McAvoy, Samuel L. Jackson, Bruce Willis, Anya Taylor-Joy
Country China, USA
Also Known As Vidro, Bộ Ba Quái Nhân, ミスター・ガラス, Iza stakla, Verre, Skleněný, 異裂, Klaas, Sklenený, Glass (Cristal), Misters Stikls, Üveg, Mister Glass, Glas
Runtime 2H 9M
Description Nearly two long decades after the life-altering events in Unbreakable (2000) and the grotesque emergence of the powerful "Beast" persona in Split (2016), the now-grizzled avenger of the innocent--David Dunn, or "The Overseer"--still tries to track down the Horde and the elusive kidnapper, Kevin Wendell Crumb. However, a mysterious new adversary in the person of the determined and silver-tongued psychiatrist, Dr Ellie Staple, has made it her mission to convince David, Kevin, and Raven Hill Memorial's wheel-bound brittle-boned inmate, Elijah Price, that the delusional super-humans are, in fact, mere mortals. Now, the stage seems set for the ultimate revelation, against the backdrop of an imminent deadly confrontation. Is there a moment of life beyond what fate has predestined?

Top reviews

Sunday, 14 Jun 2020 18:17

The film takes place in the late 1980's. The setting is the Canadian Arctic and has several locations: a polar research station, a drilling rig in the open waters, a factory in a secluded community, a snow-covered forest, and a very desolate small town in the middle of the wilderness. There are almost no characters and very few descriptions of what they are or what they do. In that aspect, the film is a masterpiece, because it really moves in a mysterious way, with more characters than you would expect from the title. The first two thirds of the film consists of a scientist, an executive at the drilling station, a local fisherman, a truck driver, an art dealer, a journalist, and a local farmer. These are the people that know the truth about the drilling rig in the Arctic. The last third consists of what everyone except the fisherman believes. That's because the local journalist and the art dealer have the most to lose. After that, we're given a report by the company that claims that the drilling has not been necessary. This is the biggest drama of the film, and most of the attention is focused on the disaster and the damage that it caused. The film has some very interesting points, and it has its flaws. It's full of good visual effects, but they also have their flaws. The film has a few scenes that are obvious, such as the first one. The production design is also the biggest flaw of the film, as the photography is at times completely unprofessional. It's not the problem of the film itself, as the cinematography is great. The film is also full of cliches, and it feels like it is coming out of nowhere. There are also some scenes that are unnecessary, such as the reunion of the fishing boat and the confrontation of the campers. The plot is very complicated, but that doesn't seem to be the point of the film. The film has a great background score, composed by Hans Zimmer, and it works well, especially the last part of the film. In terms of acting, the film is one of the most memorable performances I have ever seen, and that is coming from David Morse, who has never done a bad movie. For me, he does a great job. Christopher Plummer, who I thought was casted to be a bad guy, comes across as a good actor. He has a wonderful accent, which makes him come across as the evil man. I believe that Plummer is the only one that stands out from the rest of the cast. The film has a lot of humor, especially in the end credits, and you won't believe what happens at the end, or what will happen to the characters, at the end of the film. I was also very surprised to see Kevin Bacon in the movie, which is a completely unexpected situation. For me, Bacon does a good job. Overall, this is one of the best films I have seen in my life. There is a lot of thrills, and some serious emotions in it. It's very good, but at times it is less than great. It also has a lot of cliches, and many flaws. It is a very solid film, but it doesn't feel like it is one of the greats. Overall, the film is worth seeing, but it doesn't feel like it is one of the greats, just one of the best films. 7/10
Thursday, 11 Jun 2020 02:01

I'm not going to sugarcoat the things that are going on here. I'm not a sci-fi fan at all. I was brought up on the adventures of the X-Men. I went to a private school in my hometown, and went to the best universities in the country. I've watched a lot of movies. I remember being on the school trip to "Lawrence of Arabia" and this movie was on. I must have been pretty much 13 in that case. When it was over, I turned to my mother and said, "Thank God I didn't have to pay anything to see this." I wish I could have seen it again. I'm very sensitive about it. I have to watch it often to see all of the bad parts. But I also see a lot of good things. This movie has some great scenes and really good acting. The most amazing part is the ending. I don't remember how it was set up, but you will know when you see it. There are many points in this movie where the characters die. Even if they are saved, they die. But the movie is not really concerned with the characters dying. It's more concerned with how the characters die. That's not to say it isn't suspenseful, because it is. But it is not the most scary or frightening thing I have ever seen. The main reason for that is that we know how the characters are going to die. I didn't know how they were going to die in this movie, but we all know they're going to die. It's just a question of how they are going to die. I like that. I thought that was a good way to end the movie. I can't help feeling a little disappointed with this movie. It's not a bad movie, but it's not great either. In many ways, I think that's a good thing. Sometimes, the best thing about a movie is the ending, and this is not that movie. It's a good movie, but it's not a great movie.

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