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Discussion in 'Music, Box Office, TV & Books' started by Tombstone, Jul 17, 2018.

  1. Tombstone

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    Coming soon, the 3rd film in the series, combining Unbreakable and Split.

     
  2. rubberduck

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    I quite enjoyed both films in the 'series' so will make sure to give this a watch...
     
  3. cu3ed

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    I did pee a little.....waited so long for this.
     
  4. Old Man

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    I too liked the other films, so looking forward to this.
     
  5. hyperseven

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  6. Glanza

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    Damn looks like we've finally got a decent sequel from M Night.
     
  7. VincentHanna

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    Has he ever done a sequel before?
     
  8. Evangelion

    Capodecina

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    Unbreakable was great. Split was ****.

    This looks like the worst possible combination of both movies.
     
  9. tracertong

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    I did not know Split was connected to Unbreakable . Is Split worth watching and would I need to see it before watching Glass ?
     
  10. ChroniC

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    Suppose since he did unbreakable and split was OK that we can overlook M N Shamalamadingdong many previous transgressions. I for one would never employ him.
     
  11. Grandmaster Fap!

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    It could be interesting but how many trailers have we seen for his films thinking "Ooooh this might be good" and it turns out to be the devils testicles!?

    6th Sense
    Unbreakable
    (maybe)The Village
    ...everything else has been poop.
     
  12. ChroniC

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    The village is a stinking pile of dog feces.
     
  13. SixTwoSix

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    Loved Signs, genuinely put me on edge in a few scenes
     
  14. 2013

    Mobster

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    Ive still not watched the first one, I really enjoyed the 2nd.
     
  15. Evangelion

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    No.

    No.
     
  16. Evangelion

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    The Village is one of his few decent movies. It's just unfortunate that The Sixth Sense set the bar so high, because it led to unrealistic expectations about his subsequent films.
     
  17. VincentHanna

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    I don't remember much about the village except I remember turning to a friend in the cinema and correctly guessing the plot twist about 5-10 mins in to the film.
     
  18. ChroniC

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    That's imo why he failed so hard after two films.
    It was just so amazingly predictable, it took most people the whole film to work out The SIXTH sense as it was new.
    Then since he was a 1 trick pony, every film you went into was like working out what was the twist and it was fairly obvious in each one of them.
    So he tried to branch out and failed miserably. The village was dire. It was soo slow and so obvious from the outset.
    1. Its oldy times
    2. Aren't allowed outside of confines of village.
    3. Elders are up to something.
    4. Bet the twist is, its current times and they're hiding it from the kids and pretending they're monsters.

    Like someone said above it was too easy because of the success of his previous films.
    Give him anything outside of this pigeon holing and he can't handle it.
     
  19. chroniclard

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    mmmmm :confused::)
     
  20. wolfie138

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    anything by shayamalan is an instant "avoid" for me.