Unfortunately underwhelming film that under utilizes such great characters and actors. Continue reading Incredibly…Underwhelming | Review of ‘Glass’
By Cynthia Ayala
“Three girls are kidnapped by a man with a diagnosed 23 distinct personalities, they must try to escape before the apparent emergence of a frightful new 24th.”
Shyamalan does it again. Split is such an amazing film that takes the scientific basis of dissociative identity disorder and expands upon it in an extreme way. Enter James McAvoy with a breathtaking performance. McAvoy plays a variety of personas within this film, creating a different identity for each, well, identity. He’s amazing. Not once does he break character, but he creates and moves between the characters, between the personalities so effortless it’s scary. What makes it scary is how good he is at switching between the personas when he brings them to life.
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Author: Kristy Puchko Comedienne Kathryn Hahn has been building an outstanding reputation as a solid supporting player and unforgettable scene stealer with appearances in Our Idiot Brother, Wanderlust, Girl, Parks and Recreation and The Secret Life of Walter Mitty. For her next challenge, Hahn is doing something really risky. She’ll leave comedy behind to tackle a thriller from the once celebrated writer-director M. Night Shyamalan. … Continue reading Kathryn Hahn Headlines M. Night Shyamalan’s Next Movie – CinemaBlend.com
By: Katey Rich Will Smith remains one of the world’s biggest movie stars, but that’s largely more in theory than in practice. Last year’s Men in Black 3 was Smith’s first film in four years, and it made more than $600 million globally– barely more than the original Men in Black all the way back in 1997, actually, but not half bad for a guy who seemed more interested in … Continue reading Is Will Smith Finally Getting Back To Being A Movie Star With Colossus?