The latest film by M. Night Shyamalan, Glass, will soon go to theaters, and before its release, opinions have appeared online. The film gets a mixed reaction from critics.
GameSpot's Michael Rougeau said in his review that Glass will have elements that will be enjoyed by fans, but, in general, the movie focuses on "all the wrong things."
"Like most of Shyamalan's films, Glass has directed and directed, and there are moments of brilliance and tension," wrote Rougeau. "But the twist literally, the headache will not be as exciting as it will be incredible, it is impossible to feel disappointed."
Shows Glass Shyamalan's previous movie characters Unbreakable and Split. It was confirmed at the end of Split in the same universe as Unbreakable.
You can see a summary of the reviews below, you can find more information on the critical reception of the movie on the Metacritic site of the GameSpot website.
- Directed by: M. Night Shyamalan
- Written: M. Night Shyamalan
- Main character: Bruce Willis, Samuel L. Jackson, James McAvoy, Sarah Paulson, Anya Taylor-Joy
- Release date: January 18 (United States)
"Glass does not have to be a movie. At the beginning it's premature, the film takes its left turn and focuses on its stay with other evil things, like Shyamalan's most-watched films, Glass is well-directed and rated, and it's shining and tense. If one literally exists, the headache is not really incredible, it is impossible to feel disappointed. " – Michael Rougeau [Full review]
M. Night Shyamalan is an artistic talents, but like most of the glass series, it seems different personalities, both good and bad, and you do not know how to show it. In the case of glass, the second one is. Unbreakable when it came out, it was really revolutionary. In view of visual and intellectual sophistication, superhero films, Hollywood is recording so far, Glass has not cut off. "- Matt Singer [Full review]
"Is it the least chapter in the intriguing chapter of the glasses trilogies, which is both pleasing and conceptual, or is it an attempt to launch a broader Shyamalaniverse, where ordinary men and women will be able to discover Philadelphia's and neighboring neighborhoods with their insightful abilities? It is likely that this is the case." – John DeFore [Full review]
"Good Shyamala is a bit back (partly) to be seen, he regains his basic mojo, as a yarn spinner. But Glass is occupied without haunting us: it's busy, exciting or exciting." – Owen Gleiberman [Full review]
"Shyamalan's film is the most powerful and fragmented film, Glass has a center between those who turn off many filmmakers and cinema, but is not told in Shyamala. There is enough experimentation – He shows a director who fights his fierce scene with pushing his craftsmanship to his audience to give something new. It's not surprising. " – Monica Castillo [Full review]