Movie Monday is a feature here on my blog, in which I’m rambling about movies I’ve watched lately.
This week I went to the movies to watch the latest release.
This week Glass came to theathers and I was so excited about this movie. It is continuation to Unbreakable and Split.
Unbreakable I haven’t watched, but Split I really, really liked, so it made me happy to see all the characters James McAvoy pictured again.
When Split was a new movie I featured it in one of my Movie Monday editions, and got under fire for some things I said. If you want you can read my post here (and attack me some more).
With sad words I have to admit that I didn’t like Glass. I don’t even think it was the hype thing this time, it is the fact that I was bored most of the time, there was almost no action until the very end, no victims in a way I hoped there would be, and the whole story in my eyes was kind of stupid.
The whole picture reminded me of bad version of X-men, with small amount of characters.
It got to the point where I felt bad for asking my friend to go with me to the movie theather, because it was that bad. But she said she liked the movie, so there is at least a hope that others will like it.
If you’re curious about seeing this film I suggest you to wait until it comes out on Blu-Ray or becomes available for streaming on HBO or Netflix.
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I’ve been on the fence about watching this one at all – I think you’ve just answered my ‘should I bother?’ question! Thanks for sacrificing your eyeballs so others don’t have to 😀
I am sorry that it was such a disappointment for you. I haven’t heard too much about it, actually. Sounds like one that I will wait to see on Netflix. 😉
Agree on the poster – a cross between Kick Ass and X-Men. 😂 Sorry this wasn’t your cup of tea! Hope the next pick works out better for you. 💜
Its really disappointing when you enjoy the first film, but not the second. They do say the first one is always the best. Hopefully you will enjoy the next film you watch. I watched Gone Girl and Girl on the Train over Christmas on netflix and I really liked both of those. I hadn’t read the books so I didn’t know the story.
I’ve been meaning to watch Split for a while, but I was on the fence about it (on one hand: James McAvoy <3<3<3, and on the other… Shyamalan…), but now I'm more excited to see it, and you've confirmed my suspcicions that Glass is not for me!