01-04-2019 8:52 AM
I have to admit, I fell out with M. Night Shyamalan a looooooong time ago. I think Signs was the last film of his I liked (and I only half-liked it, tbh).
I didn't have any desire to see Split but, since Unbreakable was one of his films that I did really enjoy - I'm somewhat tempted to see Glass.
Should I see Split first? Would I get Glass without seeing it?
01-04-2019 5:11 PM
Based on the trailers I've seen, it appears that James McAvoy's character in Split plays a large role in Glass, so it's likely to get the full impact of the plot, you will need to have seen Split.
I cannot vouch for the quality of Split myself, but my friends who have seen it have said that they enjoyed it.
- edited 01-07-2019 8:14 AM
Split is a must see before Glass buddy, you won't get much out of it without Split/Unbreakable background. I have not seen Glass yet (since it is not out yet) I am just basing on the trailers. BTW Split is 7/10 for me so that means it is somehow on its own way a good movie.
01-24-2019 12:24 PM
I don't know about you, but IMO his remake of The Last Airbender really sucked.
The effects were great, but they ruined the story. I loved the cartoon so much that I really had high expectations about the remake, but M. Night Shyamalan really let me down. As far as I remember, The Last Airbender had quite a lot of bad reviews -- which could probably be one of the reasons why they don't mention it as much.