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Have you ever watched a video without its music? Maybe you’re scrolling through social media in class watching random videos but don’t want to get caught, so you keep your phone on silent. If you turned up the volume on your phone, what would happen besides getting in trouble with your teacher? Chances are, watching …

dance on glass (The Crystal Girls) lies somewhere on the spectrum of Black Swan and Whiplash. Maybe not as darkly intense as the aforementioned titles, but its story speaks to a larger truth surrounding the performing arts, or the arts in general, where the highest can be a desolate and torturous place. Director: Jota Linares …

Performed in theaters today and on the Showtime streaming app, and aired on Showtime on the anniversary of the assassination on November 22e, “JFK Revisited: Through the Looking Glass” is a comprehensive and at times exhausting documentary, a film that can at times give the impression that it is teeming with information and detail that …

When it comes to assessing the financial performance of the best movies, it’s not about what a movie makes at the box office. The real story is told when production budgets, P&A, talent participations and other costs collide with gross box office and ancillary income from VOD to DVD and TV. To get closer to …

In my 2010 review of Disney’s lavish live-action tale of “Alice in Wonderland” – a film that beautifully reproduces that brand of playful and clever nonsense so unique to Lewis Carroll’s original text – I myself. Am found to use carrollisms such as “frabjous” and “Calloooh! Callay!” to express my pleasure to get lost in …

Warning: this article contains MASSIVE spoilers for M. Night Shyamalan’s latest film, A glass! After 20 years, we’re finally coming to the conclusion of the trilogy we barely knew existed about two years ago. A glass marks the third (and supposedly last) installment in M. Night Shyamalan’s scaled-down superhero universe, coming nearly 20 years after …

Cast of the movie Glass: James McAvoy, Bruce Willis, Samuel L Jackson, Sarah Paulson, Anya Taylor-Joy, Spencer Treat ClarkGlass film maker: M Night ShyamalanGlass film rating: 2.5 stars Names that refer to the Bible, ideas that come from comics, stories that refer to superheroes. There’s a lot going on in Glass, an ambitious M Night …

Six years ago The black Knight and Iron Man Simultaneously ushering in a new era of superhero movies, M. Night Shyamalan released a superhero tale that challenged the idea of ​​what one would expect from the genre. With a budget of $ 75 million, and studios confident in him after the meteoric success of The …

Photo credit: Jessica KourkounisSamuel L. Jackson in “Glass” CNN – “Split” was a surprise hit for director M. Night Shyamalan, but his most satisfying bet was to unexpectedly put together a sequel to his 2000 thriller “Unbreakable”. The result, “Glass”, isn’t a breakthrough, but turns out to be just smart enough to come out on …

The devious question posed in “Unbreakable,” the mystery that sets it apart from the grandiose fables of ordinary superheroes, is whether Dunn is the real deal or if Glass simply wants a leaf worthy of his self-glorification. In “Unbreakable,” Dunn begins as a seemingly average guy, a security guard who is strictly a Clark Kent. …

This message contains spoilers for Glass, unbreakable, and To divide. At M. Night Shyamalan To divide, Unbreakable was the twist. In the final minutes, after James McAvoy’s The Beast goes on a rampage, leaving all but one of the teenage girls he kidnapped dead, Shyamalan reveals that he exists in the same universe as his …

“Megalomania” This is what Elijah aka Mr. Glass (Samuel L. Jackson), David Dunn (Bruce Willis) and Kevin Wendell Crumb (James McAvoy) are made to believe they are suffering from and all the experiences that have happened until present can be explained. Glass, Mr. Knight Shyamalan’s latest film is the union of two of his past …

Our main characters, trying to understand the twists and turns. | Universal Images Our main characters, trying to understand the twists and turns. | Universal Images A glass does not go as you think. Of course not: it’s a M. Night Shyamalan film. The one thing everyone can agree on about Shyamalan is his love …

Glass was written, co-produced and directed by Manoj Nelliyattu Shyamalan, better known professionally as M Night Shyamalan. The film is a sequel to Shyamalan’s Unbreakable in 2000 and Split in 2016. Together the films form a series of psychological superhero thrillers known as the Unbreakable series, also known as the Eastrail 177 trilogy. Who plays …

It’s too late to complain about sequels, spin-offs and superheroes taking over multiplexes. This spaceship has sailed. And I’m not saying sequels or superheroes are always a bad thing – just look at the stellar 2018 Black Panther hits, Infinity war and Creed 2. Damn, just in December, Aquaman, Bumblebee and Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse …

Samuel L. Jackson Film GlassGlass Film / Facebook After weeks of capturing fans’ attention with mysterious teasers and posters, writer-director M Night Shyamalan has finally released the first trailer for his upcoming horror thriller, Glass. Shyamalan unveiled the first gripping Glass trailer starring James McAvoy, Samuel L. Jackson, and Bruce Willis at ongoing San Diego …

The movie Split by M. Night ShyamalanFacebook / Split Writer-director M. Night Shyamalan, famous for bringing scary drama to the big screen, has unveiled the first teaser poster for his upcoming physiological thriller “Glass”, which he is confident will leave everyone in awe. With films like ‘The Sixth Sense’ and ‘The Village’, the 47-year-old director …

James McAvoy is pretty cute – we all loved him Atonement, and if you like that Scottish vibe with soft hair and beard, he’s a crush. Well now the internet is shaken because good … Turns out he’s busy with his next movie A glass, the third in a series after Unbreakable and To divide. …

You have to wonder – and it’s a word we use here with great reluctance – what Lewis Carroll would have thought. Alice has an agenda, the Mad Hatter has a family, and the Red Queen has a reason. However, these aren’t even the cruelest blows to a Carroll’s kid’s world with no limits in …

Sometimes an explosion of eye candy can hit the right spot, as was mostly the case in the 2010 Tim Burton blockbuster. Alice in Wonderland. But the magic is missing in this sequel, as is Burton, replaced in the director’s chair by James Bobin (Most Wanted Muppets). The most sought after here is the easy …