Glass (2019) - Drama, Sci-Fi, Thriller

Hohum Score

84

Boring

Security guard David Dunn uses his supernatural abilities to track Kevin Wendell Crumb, a disturbed man who has twenty-four personalities.

IMDB: 6.7
Director: M. Night Shyamalan
Stars: James McAvoy, Bruce Willis
Length: 129 Minutes
PG Rating: PG-13
Reviews: 220 out of 1024 found boring (21.48%)

One-line Reviews (601)

It's a great concept let down by poor writing, low-budget execution, and a repetitive, uninteresting storyline.

This was truly a boring flick, and nothing exciting happened the entire movie.

Don't waste your time.

However, McAvoy saves the film largely by giving us one of the most unique performances of the year, and the film itself provides for a very unique and intriguing experience, that is bound to capture your attention whether you like it or not.

The thronged masses in the train station at the end, staring numbly at their electronic devices, being exposed to the presence of something unpredictable and dangerous that's been hiding under their very noses - is that us?

A Glass half empty .

Dull .

Entertaining follow up to Shyamalan Unbreakable and split.

It did keep my interest but it is a long movie and slow at times.

The motion picture was well made by Night M Shyamalan , writing , producing and directing , though being some claustrophobic and slow-moving .

Waste of time .

It's slow and patient.

On the upside, the movie's saved by James McAvoy, who's superb as Kevin and all his personalities once again, a slightly exciting score by West Dylan Thordson - who blatantly borrows "Split" compositions, - a commendable, delicate resolution by Shyamalan and a third act so well executed that it'll surely leave you speechless, something that, in one way or another, the filmmaker keeps doing masterfully.

And of course the frequent use of some mental disorders' symptoms propagates misinformation about them further confusing people and demeaning patients with such mental disorders especially when DID is considered.

Very good movie confusing end .

A movie that keeps giving you goosebumps and sometimes a laugh, but mostly keeps you on the edge of your seat.

And this third installmet : ¨Glass¨ (2019) who closes the stunning trilogy .

Enjoyable and wrapped up the trilogy .

Save your money.

Very enjoyable.

To say that I became immersed in it, is an understatement.

Very clever and thoroughly enjoyable .

UNBRREAKABLE was a fine, inventive, and above all, exciting motion picture (up until that ill-advised final freeze frame with its docudrama captions.

What a BORING piece of crap .

Given that, if you're really bored and want to get angry at a movie then this would be a good one to watch

Twists and twisted action packed.

The basic plot of Glass was good and compelling, convincing too.

But the movie it's so boring.

It was so slow moving and could have easily been condensed into a much tighter film.

Personally, I thought that we were going to get an in-depth look into Elijah's character as we did with Unbreakable for David and the different personalities of McAvoy's characters in Split, but we ended up with pointless hospital jargon about comic book heroes and fake superhumans.

After an hour and a half of boring psychoanalysis, and the beast constantly changing from one character to another, I got fed up with the film, and the ending was appalling.

For those who haven' seen those 2 I'd think the whole story will be somewhat confusing though?

Glass is well-thought with impressive thematic ideas regarding tragedy, trauma and acknowledgement, and meticulously crafted with powerful performances and splendid cinematography that unifies the look and feel of its predecessors, but its abrupt and underwhelming end due to confusion between cynicism and realism made it rather unsatisfying to be fondly remembered.

A little slow at times, but there are some exciting scenes and McAvoy gives a very entertaining performance.

But the movie leading up to that is pretty entertaining.

The worst movie I've ever seen.

It was incredibly original, riveting in the sense that there was a subtlety of mystery in the storyline.

Night Shyamalan who Wrote and Directed Unbreakable and Split and now He finally has a unexpected trilogy which fans didn't think was going to happen when Split came out in 2017 and Shocked Audiences with the reveal that Split is connected to the Unbreakable Universe and Were finally going to See Bruce Willis Character David Dunn and Samuel L Jackson's Mr Glass.

It's just boring.

It's not a bad soundtrack, but it's slow and calming in some aspects.

He and I both agree that it's just about the worst movie we've ever seen.

The slow pace and highly intentional camera work make for a very entreating character study.

Nothing happened, most of the stuff was very predictable.

The supporting characters played by Anya Taylor-Joy, Spencer Treat Clark, and Charlayne Woodard, are placed in hopelessly contrived situations, behaving merely as vectors to move the story along.

Others will think of it, as boring.

Every dumb cliche had me letting out a sigh.

The antagonist had a mind of confusing claustrophobic corridors full of menacing mechanisms, he felt trapped inside his mind.

Worth watching, what you expect from the movies

Still, it is watchable, and enjoyable.

I actually really enjoyed it for its deep meaning and how the director reflected the whole superheroes genre into real life scenarios.

I don't want to give anything away, but this movie is thoroughly entertaining to say the least.

As a fan of Unbreakable and Split, seeing all the characters in one single movie is exciting to say the least.

The actors and actresses did an amazing job, but the storyline is confusing.

A Dull Let Down .

Utterly disjointed to the point it feels like plots were started and then dropped?

This part is both brilliant and boring: the brilliance is in the way it questions all the beliefs built in the previous two films and in the first act of this very one, leading both the characters and us watching to wonder if we weren't just being delusional.

Useless characters, bad plot, disjointed.

Don't go to watch this, don't waste your money and time.

I really enjoyed it!

There was a time I got even bored.

The movie goes on and on like this and becomes rather tedious.

There are way too many scenes in the film that seem pointless, there are loads of things that don't make sense and then it all ends in a lacklustre mess with an attempt at a plot twist that only served to drag the film out further - by which time it felt more than long enough already.

Very boring movie and soooo silly Very boring movie and soooo silly Very boring movie and soooo silly Very boring movie and soooo silly

Waste of time.

Bored of reading complains about the ending and the deaths.

It's always bland and superficial.

The movie is pretty slow and doesn't match the the previous 2.

Previously 'Unbreakable' was boring and 'Split' was interesting.

To M Night Shyamalan I say, if you hate super hero movie fans so much, stop trying to be controversial and stylish and go bore off and direct something I won't waste time watching.

The biggest issue with the movie is how slow and boring it is, and I never complain about slow pacing.

The main problem with the film is that it attempts the impossible in reconciling the disparate tones of the exquisitely slow-burning deconstruction of the superhero tale in Unbreakable with the taut, horror-tinged paranoia of Split, a psychological thriller.

Waste of time .

There is to much going on , very confusing and extremely long and dragged out .

Extremely lazy writing, horrible directing, just a complete waste of time.

Too many stars acting and ending with a incomprehensible and boring movie.

Repetative, meandering, confusing and definitely a waste of time.

Once again we aren't trusted with being capable to understand things without someone reiterating them to us, burdening once more the dialogues with over-exposition and, well, boring us a little.

It's so predictable and utterly stupid in the last 30 minutes or so.

The universe created with Glass, Split, and Unbreakable are almost better than the Marvel or DC universe movies, if you ask me, just because they're more realistic, but they really better stick to the realistic superheroes approach, and keep it high quality, or they're just going to end up being the same as Marvel and DC movies, which I think people are getting used to (I don't want to say getting tired of, since they've gotten better and are enjoyable too, like Ant Man and Deadpool).

Glass was well written and directed just like Unbreakable and Split and also had the unexpected twist we all were expecting.

Glass is a reflective and engaging exploration of the subject of justice, strength and super heroism.

It was engaging, it kept me on edge, and it had twists and turns which are signature to the director that got me just like they always do.

The slow burning tension that continues to build really draws you in and keeps you engaged.

Boy Oh Boy was my wife and I completely blow away by a smart intense and action packed movie that it belw our minds.

This "movie" I can describe as a boring, horrible, stupid mess.

The plot twist was so predictable that, if that was supposed to be tragic, well, it fails badly.

Overacted pretentious BS .

Good actors in a dull movie.

If it was at all: the dialogues are so bland that you fall asleep under them, the ending would be nice if there were not one and a half hours in front of her in front of her.

Slow Middle...

Yawn .

but confusing.

An unpredictable and good ending to a long trilogy.

Amazing intense dramatic events with mind blowing ideas.....

don't waste your money.

Original and Engaging.

Probably one of the most interesting and fascinating stories so touching & real.

This nail-biting flick has thrilling moments well delivered by the top-drawer director Night Shyalaman with surprising incidents , great ending and plot twists .

The last act of the 3 part trilogy, which is a wonderfully unexpected gem of a trilogy and is only so upon the final films completion.

It was very enjoyable though.

Some might say that she was needed in order to show that the Beast could be better, could be controlled and etc. However, this could have been achieved in other ways, much more entertaining ways.

Suspenseful Watching .

No Story line totally waste of time.

I enjoyed it very much and would definetley watch again.

I found it to be boring and uninteresting for the most part.

Well done, the most unexpected superhero saga of the 2000-2010's.

To shock us with an unexpected twist that they actually are special?

While Split revealed a very exciting fact in the closing credits scene, it seems that the secret is out on Glass, Shaymalan's newest film.

Is this movie worth watching?

Entertaining throughout...

The action, when it's there, is pretty entertaining and well done.

It's unexpected .

Did not like it, it was boring, and not because I expected a super-cheesy super hero movie, I'm not even a fan of those.

It doesn t follow the usual structure of a superhero movie, which would be ok except it just feels awkward, stagnant, nonsensical and dull at many points.

The movie was so slow and kept making me think that there was more, so much more, after all this build up I thought I was going to get a mind blowing ending.

Glass is the conclusion to the Unbreakable trilogy and has an intriguing story and build up that takes a different approach to the superhero genre, and makes you and the lead actors wonder: is all this real?

He is fascinating.

Another snooze fest .

Fell asleep half way through the movie unfortunately.

From an always ingenious McAvoy, over a stoic Willis to an unpredictable Jackson they all get along very well on screen.

the reason that i enjoyed it was the superb cast specially James McAvoy with his stunning and mind blowing acting as kevin wendell crumb who have 24 personalities which he played beautifully.

Night Shyamalan is a corny writer who can either harness his banalities in haunting, emotionally gripping ways, or let them run wild.

One of most boring and pathetic movie ever .

Slow buildup, interesting interaction between characters.

I enjoyed the movie until the end: I expected more from Shyalaman than creating a "background force" cliche ending.

Night went back to his roots with this picture- in that he had an intriguing idea which he allows to fall flat before the story can realize its potential.

The super feats were mostly a few cheap lifting of heavy things; cheap tossing scenes; cheap bang into solid structures leaving dents, etc. The introduction of a psychologist as superpower naysayer was interesting at first but soon got weaker as a bland character w/repetitive weak arguments against superhero traits.

But this movie is just hyping up to a climax that never happens, the movie is slow and boring.

Painfully slow and delivers a nothing burger .

It is dark, disturbing, intriguing, exciting, and intense all at the same time.

And one of top 5 worst movies I ever saw.

I'd like to summarize the movie in a simple statement: "2 hours of slow, boring prelude for a weak ending and predictable twist.

Night Shyamalan just makes dull movies.

Yes, it still had my favorite actors in it, but their performances were disjointed and didn't connect.

Samuel L Jackson, implausibly already 70, is a welcome return as comic-obsessed mastermind Elijah Price, whose Machiavellian schemes make for an intriguing superpower.

So boring.

Entertaining.

Willis do the exact same boring guy as usual, the man is a pain to watch for so long now, most of his films are just bait and here more than ever.

To be perfectly honest, I felt this film wasn't as great as I felt Split was, it lacked most of the intriguing, claustrophobic and tense parts the kept me with big eyes the whole time.

For me, seeing my hometown on the big screen was really quite exciting, even if there has been an uptick of Philly movies recently.

The first two-thirds builds an intriguing atmosphere, despite spending too much time pondering the question of what it would be like if superheroes really existed (doesn't every superhero film tackle this in one form or another?

Fun and entertaining .

and Samuel l Jackson looks bored, tried saying get me out of this piece of crap movie he is looking at camera like he is bored as hell not well.

The plot twists were unexpected and very strong so that the movie goer understood how it all fit in.

Music is what made it suspenseful.

it feels unfinished, leaves you a empty glass.

It's incredibly boring.

Entertaining again .

It is predictable.

Unfortunately, what follows is what is my main gripe with the movie: nothing happens in the second act of the film.

Boring.. .

This is one of the kind, which braking boring box office formula that trending.

i personally liked it and got immersed in it, and couldn't wait to know what will happen.

Pointless .

Boring.

Every other scene I rolled my eyes because the movie approached everything in the most cliche and superficial way possible.

After an hour, I was beginning to get bored, mainly due to the slow pacing.

What a tedious introduction, huh?

If they were all three then it did the job very disjointed.

The 2nd act is slower ( not a bad thing) and tries to more complex than it is.

I find this movie pretty enjoyable.

It's not up to par, but it's still entertaining, and it serves to put this trilogy to end.

Bold, Well-acted, Often Entertaining, Messy .

"Glass" is a tedious and boring film to watch.....

I couldn't really see the point of it, it was a very slow film compared to split.

James Mackavoy is always is a delite and his acting is always very entertaining to watch.

And yes, the inane dialogue was just that, pretentious, pointless & a pandering mess.

It's different, intriguing and quite dark compared to more known installments.

Something fast-paced, action packed, and rife with special effects?

The first 30-45 minutes it felt to me like it was a bit dull.

Of Shyamalan's trilogy ('Unbreakable' in 2000 and 'Split' in 2018) this is the least smart or enjoyable.

Everything was either boring or done horrible, I mean REALLY BAD.

To understand the most prodigious of his storytelling machinations, we have to go back in time, exactly when "Unbreakable," a modest, riveting blend of drama, suspense and thriller, starring two of the most beloved movie stars of the 80's/90's, opened long before Christopher Nolan's "Batman" trilogy officially kicked off the modern superhero genre, this being also one of the last lucky offerings before "The Last Airbender" and "After Earth" destroyed his reputation.

The tone isn't as mysterious, gratifying or engaging as Split.

I was playing on my DS while watching this and it was still agonizingly boring.

In a slow way, the story unfolds and takes a strange amount of the runtime to explore the characters again.

The idea of these three characters coming to a head, the best, the hero, and the villain are what made this movie confusing movie better.

BORING!!.

Wow what an amazing one it's Soo unique and different and the acting was so strong and moreover a strong script to chose and act.. Preferably a best connected movie of Split series watch out for a thrilling one

It left me feeling just as annoyed,bored and depressed as watching Unbreakable did back in 99'.

Waste of TIME .

I thought Glass was dumb and boring and not even the cast could save it.

The Movie sets in on a thrilling Moment & keeps its Momentum until the very End.

This movie starts slow, and doesn't accelerate its tempo at any point.

Moments of tension are well-handled and the climax is more satisfying logically than it is exciting; although the action is correctly firm.

This would be fine if it was more interesting, but after a promising opening, the middle felt flabby and repetitive and the ending fell flat.

Boring .

The movie progressively loses its identity and even the usual twist that occurs in Shyamalan's clever films is too predictable to leave a mark.

The movie is definitely worth watching if you liked the others.

Shattered expectations, yet mildly entertaining .

There are moments of violence which are brilliantly done and one in particular that sent tingles down my spine from how unexpected and stealthy it was.

The fights that were there were entertaining.

Finally, a Superhero Trilogy worth watching.

There is not, one, not two, but three twists at the end; one of them I found really contrived and lame.

So by now, you've watched all the previous movies leading up to this and you're confronted with a bunch of pointless dialogue until...

Glass attempts to contravene what we've come to expect from a "super hero" movie, however it disappoints in perhaps the most frustrating way a superhero movie could: it's dull.

Now as for the third act, which is supposed to be the ultimate finale of this built up trilogy fell flat, and the film got rather boring for me.

If u r looking for a movie that u can really get into and one that keeps u on the edge of u'r seat then don't bother.

Every Scene has meaning and they didnt waste any time with unnecessary Digressions.

I waste a couple of hours of my life .

Really weak, even boring .

I don't recommend it, though Unbreakable and Split are at least worth watching.

Glass starts like an intriguing supernatural thriller with bleak atmosphere as three men with mysterious powers encounter at a mental institution.

I was bored most of the time because the story and the characters never progress.

It seemed rather slow in the beginning.

The dialogue seems like it was written by a 7-year-old, the characters are bland and severely lack complexity, the script is LAUGHABLE.

I gasped, I giggled, I enjoyed it thoroughly

There is thousands of those in the internet, far more controversial and entertaining.

What we have instead is a thoughtful thesis on psychosis and the superhero theory as explored in Unbreakable but even further into comic book lore which is quite a fascinating subject that stayed with me a while after watching.

One small nugget of the horrendous directing was the dreary hand combat between McAvoy and Willis, strangling each other in a first person, circular dance with their hands on each others' throats.. (Just like the dance scene created for Travolta and Gorney during "More than a woman" in Saturday Night Fever, that have become such a joke meme in movies ever since.

I'm in SecurityGenre: Thriller/Fantasy My Score: 7.4Cast=10 Acting=7 Plot=9 Ending=9 Story=4 Intense=7 Pace=5 Suspense=7 Imagine=8 Twist=8Security guard David Dunn uses his supernatural abilities to track Kevin Wendell Crumb, a disturbed man who has twenty-four personalities.

In reality it's pretty much a confusion and disorder of two genre that didn't know what it was.

Waste your time if you'd like.

The first cut may be the deepest, but the third is just plain dull.

You need lots of patience to enjoy this, but i got bored and could not finish it.

Really boring movie & nerve-racking .

The movie started off well but thought it dragged out a fair bit in the middle.

I'm aware that the death of heroes is a common thing in the comic books and play a significant role at times, but in this case it's just dull and the result of MNS disability to wrap up his films in an appropriate way.

And they bore them children who became the mighty men of old, men of renown".

don´t waste your time watch "split" instead (same director)sorry

Not happy, what a bland mess, people dont talk like exposition flows out of their mouth M.

Tedious build up to anti-climax .

The fascinating central triumvirate of larger-than-life characters is integral to this: James McAvoy excels once again portraying 20 heterogenous characters, switching effortlessly from the excited lisp of 9 year old 'Hedwig' to the domineering matriarch 'Patricia'.

Worst movie .

It is Watchable and Enjoyable.

everything is underdeveloped, sketchy, poorly toned, boring.

GLASS is a moderately engaging telling followup to UNBREAKABLE.

Beginnings a bit slow...

This film is kind of boring, which is a shame because Unbreakable and Split are good films.

I will admit that the "twist" in Glass is relatively satisfying and wholly unexpected.

It really ruins the first set up that was quite engaging.

Twists are supposed to be surprising, shocking, thrilling.

Always a waste of time.

CONFUSING .

Very enjoyable though not as impactful as it should've been.

I forgot this movie as soon as I walked out of the theatre.

Having them finally face off in a "fight" that shows how little "superpower" they have is just dull.

This was full of suspense thriller and confusion.

Unfortunately Glass is slow, uninteresting and makes a mockery of Mr Glass (Samuel L Jackson).

Was there a stunning CGI part of 45 minutes in the movie that eventually was editted out or something.

Underwhelming closure to an unexpected cinematic universe .

Always on the edge of my seat.

I expected entertaining, cliche action.

But this time I felt my blood boiling as every scene become abstract and disjointed.

This movie spends so long trying to convince characters and audience alike that there's nothing special about our three leads that we're left to wonder if there's anything special about the movie itself, and that draws focus away from four very strong and enjoyable performances in an admittedly lackluster story

The only 3 things that really stood out as being wrong were The obligatory cameo by M Night which was pointless and kind of shameful.

Well worth watching .

And boring.

Disappointing slow ride to an unspectacular finish.

We're talking about Shyamalan, a name attached to both bewilderment and surprise; for better or worse, "Glass," a film I followed carefully throughout the production, is not the first disappointment of the year, but it does be the most bittersweet yet entertaining ride a movie buff will have in the first two months of this new year.

very very slow.

THE WORST MOVIE I HAVE EVER WATCHED.

The movie is strange and confusing at the same time.

The introduction of a fourth, unexpected element in the final movie was well developed enough to make sense and fits perfectly with the narrative so far.

My advice: don't waste your time on this, even if they offer it for free.

"Glass" is slower.

I enjoyed it .

there's nothing much of Samuel l Jackson character in this movie ever because all he does he sits down in wheelchair he is sitting quiet and got his head turned sideways saying i am freaking bored of this crap.

There are issues of course, clumsy dialogue and forced exposition not withstanding, but at the same time there is enough here to make for an enjoyable watch nonetheless.

Sure,this type of storytelling is rather hitchcockian, but at least it's extremely engaging.

Boring plot.

The first two acts of "Glass" deliver exciting, action-packed drama, bristling with intrigue.

A snooze fest .

The previous films are thrilling, psychological observations of the human psyche in the superhuman form within two separate stories.

This movie is an unfocused, boring mess.

It's a compelling watch all the way to the end because of them.

Hopefully, when I watch it with a full caffeine load, I can stay awake long enough to reach the parts of the movie that are supposedly phenomenal.

The settings are also quite intriguing as the mental institution has a vibe of insanity, isolation and secrecy.

This was a surprising conclusion, with a mix of "boring" setup to awesome climax.

Thrilling .

Enjoyable throughout the entire movie.

At the end happens a surprising outcome when there takes place a dangerous confrontation in unexpected results with the appearance by the astonishing Beast , as Kevin has 23 personalities and the 24th is finally to be unleashed.

I found this to be boring to the point of nearly falling asleep.

Yet for all that, I thought this was a compelling story with a phenomenal performance by McAvoy, who positions himself as a contender for the role of a 'real' super-hero villain at some point down the road.

Painfully slower.

Left feeling dissatisfied, was quite boring, script wasn't quite right.

The dialogue is dreadful, the pacing is bizarre, and the overall scenery is watered-down to the point of being boring.

However it's the unique mix of these stories from the pre released films brought together in this informal trilogy and their unexpected relations mixed with a modern day classic comic book style film, that I firmly believes has brought him back to that high standard.

For me this was the most thrilling and engaging movie of the trilogy.

Finally, something worth watching, along with all the suspense of M.

What had all the ingredients to be brilliant was in stead dull, drawn out and rather fruitless.

I expected the slow burn and liked the twist, despite M.

James McAvoy is absolutely brilliant in the film, his portrayal of a man with multiple personalities is riveting to watch.

His following project, however, a fascinating psychological thriller titled "Split," was the one that announced to the world a glorious comeback.

I really enjoyed it all the way through.

The third & final instalment in the most unique, unexpected & unlikely of all franchises, Glass concludes M.

I was absolutely in love with this whilst watching it, everything added up, it was enjoyable, everything g was going in the right direction, original actors playing the same characters, story was good Mcavoy was just amazing, everything was going great!

Jackson) is still just as crafty; and adding to that, an unpredictable, Kevin Wendell Crumb as the final puzzle piece to that interesting gathering the first trailer promised is quite fulfilling.

This movie entertains for starting 5 mins , after that it gets boring and pathetic and nothing happens in the movie .

Seen this film a couple of weeks ago when it first came out and I found the film intriguing and also really good.

That little ending to "Split" with David Dunn showing up was cool and unexpected and it served its purpose.

What makes Glass even more boring is the soundtrack.

Just go for a good enjoyable ending even if it's obvious!

James McAvoy is a Legend..All in all its a nice movie, worth watching...

On one hand, it sucks that after this many years, David Dunn is dragged face down through the mud, then drowned in A PUDDLE!

Feels B and empty.

Night Shyamalan truly did try his hardest to create a suspenseful, tense and powerful climax to the trilogy.

I actually had to watch it 3 times as I literally fell asleep watching it every time.

Well worth watching if you are into Psychological thrillers and who doesn't like a bit of Hedwig!

This movie was to boring for me, and I did not feel much for the story.

Glass eventually builds to a climax between The Overseer and The Horde, and an unexpected plot twist which angered many moviegoers, although Price achieves his goal of revealing the existence of superhuman individuals to the world.

Samuel L Jackson plays the complicated title character Dr Glass, very well, adding the same levels of unexpected moves from Glass, that give the film its ultimate Shaymalam famous twists.

What a waste of money

We already have X-men, I don;t know whether this was meant to be ironic, but it just fell very flat, uneventful and quite plainly silly.

So slow.

Bringing McAvoy's multiple personas together with Bruce Willis's character (David Dunn) and Samuel L Jackson's Elijah Price (Mr Glass) was unexpected and intriguing.

I like other films from this director/producer and was so positivebut this had no story at all.

Unfortunately I found the final result quite boring, superhero's with mild superpowers, rooted in the real world, just aren't interesting.

MIND BLOWING GREAT WILL HAVE YOUR EYES WIDE OPEN .

Instead, Shyamalan employs the use of interminable drawn out Average Shot Lengths (ALS) with his ALS striking comparison with films circa 1940 to the 1960's.

This movie is very slow and very boring.

The lady that plays the psychologist was super boring.

The screenplay by Mr. Shyamalan wallows in convolution and confusion.

Boring and anticlimactic.

THE WORST movie i ever watch..totally bad storyline

If I had been in the movie theater I would have walked out.

I looked forward to this , it's a slow burn and set the premise for a masterpiece.

Finally, despite my complains about Glass, this is actually enjoyable into extent fresh take on the superhero/comic-book movie.

However, viewed again with anticipation of a sixth sense or unbreakable, the slow unfolding of this story to its climax then twist was...

What a waste of time...

However, after really absorbing and thinking about the ending and realizing what M.

I don't really want to say anything to spoil the story, I went in blind and enjoyed it a lot more than had I seen any spoilers.

Went straight into the top 10 worst movies I ever watched.

This is a very entertaining film that perhaps reminds us not to be friends with psychopaths.

Sometimes, cinema delivers the perfect unexpected trilogy - just ask Richard Linklater, who masterminded the Before series.

What begins with a solid story line takes a dive into an empty finish.

It starts out appearing to be a sequel for two films that actually worked, but it turns into a weird, pointless drama about a shrink.

It's not about people wearing spandex costumes, flying all over the universe destroying half the world (especially America) in the name of saving the world, with mind blowing & rhetoric VFX and having melodramatic sacrificial theme at the end.

No action, no fight scene, boring drama, build up for nothing

Terrible -dont waste your time.

Overall it's engaging enough to be watched by interested people.

Nothing happens in all the movie (although that's not bad), it's really slow, it cooks slowly and it's the best part (unless we are thinking that), but suddenly everything goes to hell in the final act when it started to go up level, TERRIBLE, suddenly a sect appears that wants to destroy superhumans, it doesn't matter if you're good or bad (every good part is in the trailers and clips).

Also really dull.

I love Hollywood movies but hate how most of them are predictable, because no one dares to leave that bitter taste at the ending.. Reviews will stink and cry babies will shout demanding alternatives.

Boring conclusion to a boring trilogy .

This is a much slower-paced and more Drama/Thriller than action movie (although there is some action here and there).

It may seem like a superhero story but plays with the cliché to an interesting twist.

James McAvoy acting is the only reason I did not stop after 30 minutes, this movie is extremely slow with payoff and some of the dumbest decisions by smart people will you see.

man this writing of film is confusing as hell, Kevin who killed her father and her friends she cry's about him and cares about him ?

It's a very slow paced film and that may prove to be a problem for any audiences after the pulse-pounding thriller that the trailers would suggest.

She insisted, that the first marvelous event for David was the train accident, even though everyone knew, even the papers that back in High School days, David Dunn and his not yet wife had a car accident, and nothing happened to him there either.

The fact that this element took a very unusual approach to the very cliché theme was really a great approach.

Much of the problem was the rather predictable action occurring in the hospital with little visual variety.

The entire plot was bored.

), the story is intriguing, and the ending is exactly what your typical superhero film isn't.

Snooze fest .

What makes it so dumb is the simple fact that the intensive exploration of the protagonists already took place in the prequels and thus wastes enough time spending on this unnecessary aspect that lead to no results or didn't add anything new to it.

James' performance was amazing but the movie was so slow and boring that I left early.

The beginning is all Split, complete with kidnapped children and McAvoy's intense changeability.

You know it was boring!

His performance's alone is worth the watch, like damn.

Everything feels incredibly slow, uninspired, uninteresting, and drab.

Its like a good old fashioned randy orton beatdown slow, methodical

NMS asks the viewer to suspend any rationale thought as the supporting cast surrounding the three main characters behaves so irrationally it heralds back to the cliche of people in classic horror movies that do the opposite any human being would do except the severely mentally challenged.

By comparison, Mr. Glass and David Dunn appear dull and dreary.

Complete waste of time, boring and full of talking and philosophy

It will likely prove too slow for those who only liked Split, and too incoherent for those who only liked UnbreakableIt also suffers from an ending burdened with lumbering twists that feel unearned and in need of some more foreshadowing.

I get why it was created the way it was but it was slow and a little boring.

The storytelling was slow and boring, just like Unbreakable.

The ending was drawn out, and I never thought it would end.

To those looking for a gripping, vintage Shyamalan film, I enthusiastically recommend this one.

Very very very.. boring(

Waste of time .

Thanks, this is a favorite and very thought proviking story that is entertaining and not as scary as Split.

Or if you are like me and like split but think unbreakable is way too slow then you'll leave with mixed feelings.

Mind blowing script....

But as the tedious plot wore on, the movie gloated with the cringe-worthy acting jobs of both McAvoy and Paulson.

Split was brilliant, original and enjoyable?

There is a beginning, middle and end to every story, but with Superheroes there is a particular formula that's generally more evocative of childhood fantasies and wish fulfillment, making for exaggerated situations and unbelievable showdowns.

His ideas are compelling and perhaps he needs to collaborate with someone who can give his work a more critical pass before it moves to production.

This is what superheroes would be like if they existed in the real world, not the avengers and superman overpowering, overwhelming and cliche powers.

Fight scenes were boring and no matter how good McAvoy was as his character it just seemed to be too much of him changing personalities.

Finally; as I always try to do with my reviews; If you read this before watching the movie - and you are a bit like me - I hope this will adjust your expectations and make the movie even more enjoyable.

The narrative structure of Glass is divided into fragmented flashbacks and an unpredictable turn of events that inspire more meaning to the title.

I fail to see how it was clever or that there was a twist, it was predictable and disappointing.

Fantastic acting by the cameleon James McAvoy.. wasted on nonsense story.. this movie was boring i had to SPLIT it in 3 parts.

the storyline was very well created and the return of the charactors made this movie very enjoyable.

But I found it plodding and rather silly.

An unexpected end and the last lines of samuel tell the whole truth

Overall a very entertaining movie, I really enjoyed it.

Don't waste your money or time.

I know Shyamalan likes to do things unexpected and I do enjoy when things never end how you expect.

Totally enjoyable, James made the movie with his many characters.

Personally, I enjoyed it for the ideas it tries to convey and the very limited budget M.

The tie in is weak and the ending is weak and the plot is pointless.

The movie is slow paced,very short budget, and i wasn´t expecting a MCU movie, i am an unbrekable fan.

Boring, had to struggle to stay awake .

I kinda understand what Shyamalan was going for, and this wouldn't be as off-putting for me as it was if David had a compelling character arc that lead to this, or if he simply had more to contribute to the overall narrative.

The result was disappointing, boring and a total mess.

The second act is my biggest flaw with this movie, it was super slow, and confusing.. like how Glass is getting out of his cage?

The movie Glass emerges as meaningful and intellectual compelling.

The cast is intriguing while James McAvoy arguably saves the film, although this will depend on your taste for his previous performances.

Overall, Glass is a stunning psychological movie that kept the audience latched on until the end.

The characters are the same as in the previous movies, well played by their actors and very enjoyable to watch.

The starter premise of the movie to me was fantastic; the exploration that these superhuman characters we have come to know may actually just be mentally ill is an intriguing idea and something I wanted to explore in more depth.

Unbreakable is a exciting movie GLASS is not, it is boring and even the twists in this film are seen a mile away.

Waste of time and money, no point in the movie, long and boring

Please leave your Hollywood mindset at the door when you watch this and enjoy it for what it is: an entertaining movie that was well made and executed.

In general the cast is good: Willis is fine (albeit a bit bland) as the laconic Dunn, Jackson is very good as the unique character Dr. Glass and McAvoy is again excellent playing the rapidly toggling personalities of 'The Horde' (amazingly, he manages to make the potentially gimmicky role both authentic and menacing).

The plot twist is good, and unexpected.

While it's true that the last act of this third installment is insanely brilliant, off-kilter, twisted, as everything surrounding the filmmaker, and cinematically fabulous, act one and two are practically a mess, a deadening pileup of weird decisions that instead of infusing new perspectives into the nowadays suffocating superhero genre, indirectly undermines the exciting plot threads and the style/artistic exercises of the two previous prequels.

Shyamalan has made a career out of weaving the supernatural with the mundane and, of his seventeen films, atleast eight have relied on twist endings.

I didnt find it boring in the least.

Worst movie .

Nothing happens and the end is a big anti climax.

No story nothing.

Predictable, stupid-to some extent, felt again, like a re-heated dinner.

The cast played their parts well, but the film was underwhelming and boring.

It was confusing to say the least.

In the beginning, the film felt slow, then during the middle, it felt fast paced, then back to slow paced near and during the ending.

He has good story ideas, but someone who can actually write a script needs to tear his writing apart and put it together in a way that makes sense and feels like it's worth watching.

Fails from a filmmaking standpoint but semi-ironically enjoyable .

Bruce Willis with the dull character he played in Unbreakable plus Samuel L.

Waste of time

In summary, Glass seemed a confusing mess to me and my movie theatre-working friend.

The plot is really dull.. nothing happens 'til last 20 mins.

Good, but kinda predictable.

It let me with an empty feeling, like I needed to see more.

I enjoyed very much until the End: I expected more from Shyamalan than creating a "background force" cliche ending.

nothing happens, poor story like, where was the son when his dad was being drowned?!

After being surprised by how enjoyable and thrilling Split was, and seeing how it connected to Unbreakable in the end (also being a fan of Unbreakable), there was a lot of overall hype surrounding this film- Glass.

But it was an exciting moment to watch this movie

A boring walkout experience .

What an unexpected and awesome ending to this criminally underrated trilogy.

Unbreakable was too slow for my liking (sorry!

really this feels like a ending that let people down this film was just useless a lot of times and i think M Night is a overrated film director of all time the movie i loved really first one in franchise Unbreakable i loved that movie to death then 17 years later we had a bad rubbish boring pointless split with James McAvoy a spin off sequel witch is based on Unbreakable, and i hated actor James McAvoy a lot i think he is boring actor of all time i hated him i think in role of him people a lot The Horde: A twenty-seven year old who is a former Philadelphia Zoo employee with 23 different personalities whose body chemistry changes with each personality, resulting in a 24th personality known as "The Beast i am like whatever he doesn't scare me i think he is annoyest character in movie franchise of all time i hated split i thought this would be better movie in franchise, but this ended not to well i don't understand why this got a 37% rotten tomatoes i still don't understand why it hasn't got worst movies in franchise ever just like with another movies.

What a waste of time.

Most of the shots in this film are boring, and the plot itself has some major flaws.

A decade of gaining fans trust back all to squander it for a static slow character study?

This was, for me, more enjoyable than Split, much more like Unbreakable.

Poor script, poor effects, bizarre storyline and worst of all boring.

I enjoy realistic fight scene, the brutality and power can make it even more entertaining than CGI filled scenes.

Some would look at it as underwhelming, uninteresting, un-needed twist.

I saw Glass earlier this year and enjoyed it.

To be fair to the movie, my rating came immediately after waking up in the middle of it, because it is so mundane and plodding that it will easily put a viewer to sleep unless properly prepared.

The fight that ensues is perhaps a little closely filmed, but tension filled and exciting.

This was a long, drawn-out homage to comic book heroes lacking both substance and imagination.

Most boring 2 hours of my life.

Still, a very entertaining and enjoyable movie that I would recommand watching !

Although, James Mcavoy makes the movie worth watching.

7/10 - intelligent and entertaining film features an all-star cast with performances to reemphasize their talents

Not a huge plot twist or Alfred Hitchcockian ending, but instead, unfortunately, a dull one.

This movie is mind blowing, I mean it has been a long time since I have seen such an AMAZING movie, this is really a movie that is made by a super human mind indeed, the cast and the director of the movie made such an intelligent masterpiece, the movie was unpredictable, It was really the best movie I have watched in a really long long time.

And let's be honest: they're dull.

Slow start...

We are not animals in a cage, allowed only to enjoy the mundane of everyday life.

We simply observe our three "supers" rot in an inert institution and I quickly grew tired of the gag of watching McAvoy switch personalities and Paulson spewing repetitive dialogue.

Don't waste your time.

Second worst movie of 2019.

The first half of the film gave us action packed reimmergence of Bruce Willis.

Greateat sequel to unbreakable, Make sure you watch that first ddo it will make more sense, great acting and little twist wont say were , overall i enjoyed it and well worth the watch 👏👏

I dont like Shyamalan's style anyway, but Unbreakable's sequel becomes Unwatchable ...

I thought the movie was enjoyable, I didn't find it overly long or unnecessarily drawn out.

boring.

Gotta say, Bruce Willis is a nice fan treat, but his actions were slow and low.

Jackson all make you feel as if you are inside the movie, living all the intense moments they go through as your own.

The end could have been better, exciting and interested.

Past that, the movie is rather boring.

All three characters come together in a unique and fascinating way.

This is smart, unpredictable, well acted and beautifully filmed movie.

We feel empty at the end waiting for a surprise after credits...

Glass is fast paced watchable flick.

Having not seen Unbreakable, or split, glass maybe a bit confusing for some.

But overall, this was a wholly enjoyable movie that had my brother and I discussing it the drive home.

Boring .

IT JUST DRAGGED ON A BIT.

Despite its flaws, however, Glass was an overall satisfying film that brought to the table many great interactions and intriguing themes, along with a great sense of care from M.

Was expecting Unbreakable + Slip = popcorn!.. instead got weird story line, actors got paid, production got noticed, an entertaining assemblage of names selling the possibility of two previous cinematic masterpieces, resulting in a script with half the oomph.

Every time he is on screen it's fun and exciting.

My wife fell asleep watching this as it was just frustrating and embarrassing to watch characters behave this way even in a fictitious world.

It's a snooze fest.

What a twist at the end, totally mind blowing.

Don't waste your time.

This is not even a movie, just a long boring trailer

Waste of time .

Complete waste of time.

it's so slow to get started and then it crashes and burns badly!

Dull as ditchwater.

As well as a thrilling and frightening musical score by West Dylan Thordson .

Far Too Slow .

It's all really pretty decent, really, and enjoyable more often than not.

Well what happens when you put a dull movie together with a good movie?

Boredom at Ravenhill Memorial .

Tedious and Silly .

It's a shame that such stellar actors appeared in such a boring movie.

Willis is poor, but this unfortunately seems to be the new norm - he seems bored and/or financially obligated with most things he does of late.

Glass is ineptly paced and written, with broadly drawn supporting characters, too-obvious motives leading to a predictable "twist," a lack of suspense, and virtually no payoff.

I found it deeply boring.

Don't waste your hard earned money!

One of the worst movies I have ever seen.

it's suspenseful, it's disturbing, it's intelligent, it's clever.

Mind blowing!

And though there are a few shortcomings & mishaps along the road, the film as a whole is way better, gripping & more interesting than what the general consensus is designating it to be.

It does unfortunately suffer a little bit from what most sequels to great films do; it doesn't hold the level of mystery, suspense or terror of its predecessors which had the upper hand of introducing these characters that were unpredictable at the time.

Waste of time .

Glass was boring with no more than a few fight scenes, all poorly filmed in some kind of weird first-person style which made no sense.

As with unbreakable, and Sixth Sense the build up was slow and the clues were carefully placed.

It's the worst movie from the trilogy.

The apparent plot twist in the end was predictable and had me caring not a single bit as I was just waiting for the movie to end.

The only thing good about this third episode was James McAvoy's performance, Started so well then snowballed into long drawn out storyline with a patchwork ending.

Very drawn out and got boring long before the half way mark of the movie.

The story was really terrible only worth watching is james

The plot moves at quite a slow pace, people will be deterred by this and say it's boring.

One of The worst movies I have seen in a long time.

So many unexpected twists and turns.

It's fascinating how it realistically blends comic book structures into storytelling, moving along within the canons of the all-time comic book proceedings.

This film was fair, it was entertaining.

Worth watching again.

arguments from previous movies were so pointless.

The biggest draw of Glass is its distinction from other superhero films, which makes it a highly enjoyable experience throughout.

He works with the surprise factor, making the plot events unexpected.

It was great seeing movie 1st time around, but seeing it again was kinda dull.

This ¨Glass¨packs a colorful and evocative cinematography by Mike Giuolakis .

Glass is well-thought with impressive thematic ideas regarding tragedy, trauma and acknowledgement, and meticulously crafted with powerful performances and splendid cinematography that unifies the look and feel of its predecessors, but its abrupt and underwhelming end due to confusion between cynicism and realism made it rather unsatisfying to be fondly remembered.

Talky and plodding for about an hour after we get the trio in the same location; once things begin percolating, though, Shyamalan starts delivering the ham-fisted twists, which are neither rational nor satisfying.

Thought "Unbreakable" was glacially slow?

Unfortunately, the last time Shyamalan employed this type of self-reflexive meta-narrative, it was one of his most-widely-panned releases and certainly his most pathetically self-indulgent effort in "Lady in the Water" (2006), which starred the writer-director himself as the genius author with a martyr complex whose work is misunderstood by a movie critic.

Ok storyline but a bit boring, I've seen all 3 movies now.

Interesting how advertising can make this out to be such a great movie when it's boring beyond belief.

If Glass had a decent ending I would give it a 7, because in spite of some slow bits I enjoyed it.

Great actors, low-budget, boring story line.

The unpredictable twists and an emotional ending will definitely hooks up the viewers.

Other than to witness the amazing acting talents of James McEvoy don't waste your time watching it.

The brilliant James McAvoy is simply breathtaking in his personality change exercise, even more so than in "Split".

Had my doubts but definitely worth the watch.

Other than that the story was a bit slow and not enough of action with the main characters.

If you're looking for some marvel-like superhero movie filled with action and fighting and adrenaline then this is not for you.

His performance's alone is worth the watch, like damn!

A little slow.

There are a couple of short, uneventful fight scenes, with no outcome...

The story is fascinating and the movie does not drop a beat until the credits are rolled.

There was little world and character building in this movie, which made the film feel pointless.

Jackson and the weird/boring character he played in unbreakable and then toss in James McAvoy and the thrilling character he played in Split and you have a 5/10 movie.

This movie veers from being amazingly boring to plain idiotic.

And it feels somewhat long and boring in its first hour or so.

Glass half empty...

Intriguing and suspenseful film excellently played and compellingly directed by M.

Night, intense music and an emotionally satisfying ending.

However the story just drug on too long and was very boring with a few exciting things thrown in.

The Camera Work & Editing is stunning and the Actors are, just as you can expect absolutely gorgeous and outstanding.

"They had so many ways to execute so many parts of the plot and the story in general, but so many defining points where just flat and boring and cheap.

A movie with some good performances and intriguing ideas that would have been pretty good if it had had a decent ending .

Don't quite get the 'surprising ending' idea, it's entirely predictable and very much a follow on from the fore runner movies.

The film was entertaining enough and James McAvoy stood out as his character was great in split and he's great here too.

Jackson and Bruce Willis that make this movie worth watching and something to remember.

The exposition of the movie is brilliant, the rising action is promising leading to a tense climax but the falling action is disappointing and the resolution simply uninteresting.

I still like Unbreakable more but I would say that this was slightly better than Split only because that one dragged on a bit too long.

The movie introduces a new character, Dr. Ellie Staple, who is even more boring than the movie itself.

I think we've become so use to fast paced action that when a film like this comes along we always want more.

Boring.

Save your money and wait for it on cable or Netflix .

With this cast, make a completely empty and meaningless film - we must still try.

Unexpected .

The film will have commercial success since people prefer empty superhero flicks over Shyamalan's more intellectual works.

What a disappointment and waste of money.

It is boring.

And then the predictable plot twist which in real life would not change anything at all.

There is a very slow section in the middle when all three men are imprisoned in a secure medical facility, and a psychiatrist works with them, one time with all three together in a large room, in essence trying to convince them they don't have super powers, everything can be explained by natural phenomena.

Don't waste time and money for this ordinary movie.

fell asleep for a bit...

pointless deaths, lazy storytelling, wish I'd never seen this film

The Bad- too many plot holes to count, scene transitions seem desperate and confusing WTH- Unrealistic dialogue, some characters seem like an afterthought, the fightings/action scene are just absurd..If you have not seen any of the previous movies that the main characters are based on, you will find it confusing.

Don't waste you time.

The story is very slow and, basicaly, the whole movie looks to live off of James's different personalities.

Split was awesome and better in quality but it was some slow.

Mind blowing!!!!

Truly an entertaining film

As well as marvelous and thrilling musical score by West Dylan Thordson , though he incorporated several of James Newton Howard's themes from Unbreakable (2000).

It was very boring that i have to skip a lot of scenes.

Only more confusing....

However both of these are spoiled by the very slow developing storyline and somewhat cryptic script.

But 2nd and 3rd act a little slower than the 1st .

Pretentious, dumb-as-bag-of-spanner's garbage from the same guy that (somehow) brought you the truly wonderful "Unbreakable".

Why an empty hospital for hours after Darryl gets killed?

The supporting characters in this film seem very shoehorned in and have very little plot significance.

Boring .

The roles were limited and much of the beginning was so boring I didn't get it at all.

They are compelling characters built up over two movies.

As I had watched Split and Unbreakable, the whole Mental Institution concept seemed pointless because I already knew about there powers and what they were capable of.

The movie is senseless, and for the movie-goer its a waste of time and money.

The ending was, as usual, unexpected.

Long and boring.

I enjoyed the slow pacing.

In fact I did not see the last part (1/3) because it was to boring for me.

I'm happy to have this movie in my collection and I highly recommend it.

Shyamalan's best films include an element of the paranormal, the most compelling of which was "The Sixth Sense.

Slow paced, good acting, some weaker than other scripts.

The action is poorly done and very disjointed.

It gets started off quite slow, gets a little better and its ending isn't quite as strong.

Intriguing film and magnificently played film with special mention for James McAvoy , being competently made by M.

long, ponderous, and lacking a good payoff .

Shyamalan's worst movie .

It's fine up to a point and the characters are fun to watch, but it builds to a rather disjointed unsatisfactory climax where the 3 characters never really come together in any way.

In the end i wanted to end this torture, there were people who were yawning.

I like the theme, but I thought it was a bit boring at times.

The end is so intense, loved it from start to finish.

Dont waste your time this movie falls apart halfway through.

As the movie progresses however, it loses some of its atmosphere, creativity and wit as the film turns from a psychological thriller into an action film where the fascinating three main characters are degraded to superheroes that could come straight out of the uninspired, repetitive and stereotypical Marvel universe.

The cinematography and overall color of the movie creates a lethargic vibe, which is then added to the slow pacing of the film.

Unexpected twist.

Let me start by saying that Unbreakable was te worst movie I ve ever seen in the cinema.