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Glass: Erstes Bild zum Unbreakable- und Split-CrossoverGlass ist ein Thriller von M. Night Shyamalan. Es handelt sich bei dem Film um eine Der Film konnte bisher 37 Prozent der Kritiker auf Rotten Tomatoes. Sam Worthington - Rotten Tomatoes Scott Eastwood, Tipps Fürs Posieren, This time she proves to be respected criminal psychologist Dr. Michael Glass'. Alle Kommentare zu Erste Glass-Kritiken: Das Split-Sequel ist "sehenswert, aber enttäuschend" So wie Split mit 76% auf Rotten Tomatoes? Oder The Visit mit.
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How did you buy your ticket? View All Photos Movie Info. The children hear promises of a world of opulence and California fun -- all they have to do is move into the Glasses' gated house.
Before very long, though, Ruby suspects that Erin and Terry may not be the ideal guardians they seemed to be. Daniel Sackheim. Neal H.
Jan 8, Columbia Pictures, Original Film. Leelee Sobieski Ruby. Diane Lane Erin. Bruce Dern Begleiter. Kathy Baker Nancy Ryan. Trevor Morgan Rhett.
Chris Noth Uncle Jack. Michael O'Keefe Dave Baker. Rita Wilson Grace Baker. Gavin O'Connor Don. Daniel Sackheim Director.
Wesley Strick Writer. Moritz Producer. Michael I. Rachmil Executive Producer. Alar Kivilo Cinematographer. Jon Gary Steele Production Designer.
Howard E. Smith Film Editor. Christopher Young Original Music. Chrisi Karvonides-Dushenko Costume Designer. Mary Vernieu Casting. Top Critic. October 12, Full Review….
September 24, Full Review…. April 29, Full Review…. December 6, Rating: 2. August 1, Rating: 1. View All Critic Reviews Jan 22, Gimly M Super Reviewer.
Oct 07, The psychological thriller The Glass House has an interesting set up, but fails to deliver any true terror. The plot follows two children, Ruby and Rhett Baker, who are orphaned and taken in by their parent's friends, the Glasses, but before long Rudy starts to suspect that the Glasses have a sinister reason for having taken them in and could be behind her parent's deaths.
However, the script is a little weak and leaves too much ambiguity to sustain much tension or suspense. And before long, the story falls into formula and becomes pretty predictable.
There's some mystery to The Glass House, but it's rather underwhelming and lacks real peril and danger. It broke my heart.
The movie, watchable as it is, is still a disappointment… more dutiful than necessary. Instead of having his two earlier movies dovetail to create something deeper and richer, it quickly begins to feel like subtraction by addition.
In Unbreakable , David and Elijah went together like a lock and key. Here, everyone feels like spare parts.
Night Shyamalan has read some comic books in his day. I do sometimes wonder how many, though. This one will not start, or go, or end like you think.
I can also confidently predict that the ending is going to piss more than a few people off. Glass is a good ending to the Unbreakable trilogy, but it may not give you the conclusion you were hoping for.
That, on its own, is inherently fascinating. There is enough experimentation — such as the stirring POV shots during the fight scenes — that shows a director still pushing his craft to bring his viewers something new.
Willis is phoning in his performance. Jackson and Willis fit back into their older characters like well-worn gloves, both of them knowing what to do and how to move, although Willis gets less to do than the others.
Jackson is clearly having a blast playing such a devious character. Glass but is ultimately only given a few moments to truly shine.
For a good third of the film, Jackson outacts anyone sharing his scenes without even saying a word.
McAvoy is once again top notch. Every clash between David Dunn and The Beast is bone-crunchingly satisfying. Top Box Office.