Reviews for M Night Shyamalan’s ‘Glass’ beginning to roll in.

May 17, 2018
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I reserve judgement. I actually didn't hate The Last Air Bender as much as everyone else, so I might still see it.
 
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I've been shouting about Unbreakable from the fucking rooftops since I saw it opening day and it took people this long to fucking acknowledge that movie's greatness, I don't anticipate seeing eye to eye with anyone regardless as far as this goes. Looking forward to seeing it.
 
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The trailers looked stupid as fuck. Most of the movie takes place in a sanitarium trying to convince characters we know have super powers that they don't have superpowers. Who thought that was a good idea?

Also Split was alright, but super campy and I never thought it would work trying to cross that with the tone from the amazing Unbreakable.
 
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I don't trust critics, they get paid.

I trust the average joe that does the paying. I will reserve final judgement for the IMDB audience score. I feel comfy once at least ~50,000 votes are in. Anything above 7 is worth seeing imo. If this sits at a 5-6 it's kind of a turd.
 
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I swear I am 180 from reviewers on pretty much everything these days. Anything they trash I seem to have good fun with, and anything they hold up as high art worthy of dozens of replays I find pretentious garbage.
 
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The trailers looked stupid as fuck. Most of the movie takes place in a sanitarium trying to convince characters we know have super powers that they don't have superpowers. Who thought that was a good idea?

Also Split was alright, but super campy and I never thought it would work trying to cross that with the tone from the amazing Unbreakable.
How do you know that’s where most of the movie takes place?
 
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Not surprised I don't like his films. I put him in the same category as Del Toro, Rodriguez, and Terentino all garbage with just movies that aren't good. Who gives these people money???
 
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ArchaeEnkidu

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Reviewers in film are usually less respectable compared to the general audience. Reviewers see tens of movies a year compared to the average person who may go to the theater a max of 15-20 times. They can be better at the technical jargon, but for general enjoyment I will always just the public over them.
 
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Reviewers in film are usually less respectable compared to the general audience. Reviewers see tens of movies a year compared to the average person who may go to the theater a max of 15-20 times. They can be better at the technical jargon, but for general enjoyment I will always just the public over them.
I’ve been beginning to notice this. Critics absolutely shat on venom but me and all of my friends and family who went to see it enjoyed it.
 
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Not sure how anyone feels about Grace Randolph, here is her review


Sounds like she’s saying first half of movie is great, second half sucks
I like her personality( seriously) , but I don't really agree/like her reviews so I tend to watch the box office movie math she does more than anything else. I tend to be pretty much meh on watching reviews but like watching the hype some of these folks have for a movie before it comes out.