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(189436) 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, Anya Taylor-Joy, Bruce Willis, Samuel L. Jackson
Thriller, Drama, Sci-Fi
M. Night Shyamalan

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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Thriller, Drama, Sci-Fi
Director M. Night Shyamalan
Writer M. Night Shyamalan
Stars James McAvoy, Anya Taylor-Joy, Bruce Willis, Samuel L. Jackson
Country USA, China
Also Known As Misters Stikls, Üveg, Klaas, Bộ Ba Quái Nhân, Vidro, Glass (Cristal), Glas, Sklenený, Skleněný, 異裂, ミスター・ガラス, Verre, Mister Glass
Runtime 2H 9M
Description Following the conclusion of "Split", "Glass" finds David Dunn (Bruce Willis) pursuing Kevin Wendell Crumb's (James McAvoy) superhuman figure of The Beast in a series of escalating encounters, while the shadowy presence of Elijah Price (Samuel L. Jackson) emerges as an orchestrator who holds secrets critical to both men.

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Thursday, 13 Aug 2020 18:35

I'm not a big fan of the kind of cinema I'm watching. I'm not a fan of science fiction or action movies. I love horror. So I had low expectations for this film. I was very pleasantly surprised. It was better than I expected. The film is set in the near future. In a world where the earth has been polluted by vast amounts of chemicals. The people who live on the ground have been dying off. Everyone is either dying of cancer or old age. The only person who has not died is Cate Blanchett's character. She's been suffering from dementia. It's been a long time since she's seen the inside of a room, but she has learned to live with her condition. She's married to Jack and has a daughter. So she's been given a pension. Her husband, who is a lawyer, has been worried about the future. He knows that some people have been killed by people who were in their company. But he's not sure that the people who have been killed were really killed. This is the first time he's tried to warn her. He wants to leave her alone. He wants to avoid a scandal. So he puts a stop to his wife's treatment. But Cate isn't convinced. She believes that he's trying to make her sick. She's convinced that she's dying. She feels that he has to get out of the way. But Jack, a middle aged man who believes in God, has something else in mind. He has a personal reason for wanting to keep Cate. He wants to keep Cate safe. Jack and Cate fall in love. But the man who is to take care of her now is a man who is against her. He is determined to protect her and does everything in his power to stop Cate from going mad. This is one of the better films I've seen in the last few years. It was very well acted. The story was compelling and the actors were wonderful. The story was very well told and the acting was very good. It's an exciting and suspenseful movie. It's a very good movie. It's very good and well done.
Monday, 10 Aug 2020 15:32

The story revolves around a man named Jeff Hopper (Robert Downey Jr.), an eccentric, and intensely passionate, experimental scientist who, at one time, experiments with his own hands and his own blood. (Shades of "Out of Africa" in here, too.) With his experiments, he attempts to create an "intergalactic society", but with trouble in mind. He meets a woman named Kathy (Michelle Monaghan) who has been experimenting on herself and, through a process involving her own blood, gets pregnant. Aided by the help of a scientist named Margo (Jessica Biel), Hopper tries to have his child, but things don't go as planned. He becomes a pawn in a family feud, with the main family members (played by Robert Duvall, Sharon Stone, and Tim Robbins) trying to avoid his involvement. This is an intriguing concept, and one that manages to be both unpredictable and consistently engaging throughout. The idea of life and death is something that you really do not want to bring up with your kids. The characters, though not particularly likable, are interesting. Downey Jr. does an excellent job with his material, and his acting and chemistry with Monaghan are something that the film will definitely be remembered for. (When did she get a part in a Robert Downey Jr. film?!) I would say that the cast is the strong point of the film. The supporting cast is strong, too. The performances of Robert Duvall, Sharon Stone, and Tim Robbins are all top-notch. In the role of Hopper, they do a good job. Kathy is played by Jessica Biel, and she does an excellent job of making you hate her. Tim Robbins is extremely good at playing a very sympathetic character. The supporting cast is all very good, but I have to give the main cast a big shout out. Robert Downey Jr. and Jessica Biel are truly one of the best two stars in Hollywood. They make their characters work. The story is simple, but it is one that you will be able to get behind. It's not "science fiction", but it's a very effective and intelligent sci-fi film.
Wednesday, 22 Jul 2020 19:19

THE BAD: The movie is not very compelling, and it's full of holes. In the beginning, the director tries to give us all the clues to the main plot and it's completely pointless. For instance, the characters have the same names as the characters in THE TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE, but they have completely different identities and the only thing they have in common is a name. Then the main character kills a guy, then the girlfriend, then her ex, and then the girl. Then he kills the guy again, then the guy and his girlfriend, and so on. If that wasn't bad enough, the main character keeps killing and then kills again, so that the movie ends with a series of murders. Finally, when he kills the girl, she finds out, and she tries to warn the viewer. She also tries to kill the main character, and he starts killing back. So the movie is full of holes. The good: The movie is good, but it is far from being perfect. The story is well thought out and very interesting. The acting is good, especially from the main character. The photography and sound is very good. The writing is good. But it is still lacking. The editing is also not very good, and the scenes are often too long. And, although there are some scary parts, I don't think that is what people want to see in a horror movie. The editing of the beginning and the end scenes were very poorly done, and you don't really see any of the "scary" stuff coming. It's not as bad as they say, but it was definitely not as good as it could have been. For instance, the scene where the main character kills the guy with the baseball bat was very poorly done, and I could have done better. I'm not saying that it is good, but I also didn't think that it was as good as it could have been. The only thing I was glad about is that it was shorter than the other movies in this series. The thing that hurt the most was the acting. The main character, who was originally supposed to be the main character, seems a little bored throughout the movie, and there are some parts where I felt he could have done more with his role. At the beginning, when he comes to the boarding house, I thought he would be the one doing the "scary" things, but it turns out to be the main character. I think it was because the script didn't let him express his character very well. And I also didn't like the way that the girlfriend's ex-boyfriend came back to the house, which is a horrible thing to do. At least, in the original version, he was a new character and the film was good, but in this version, he is a horrible character. Maybe I can forgive that, but I think it was still pretty terrible. The ending was pretty good, but I could have done better. Overall, I think that this movie was alright, but it could have been much better. If you are a horror fan, this is not the movie for

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