Glass is an interesting beast for sure, it is 100% not really what I was necessarily expecting after absolutely loving Unbreakable & Split.
For one, a very large chunk of this film is pretty self contained, it’s slow moving and does rely on the audience having seen both prior films.
Sporting some very interesting cinematography with odd angles and great use of reflections.
Glass brings the casts of the previous films together , merging them fairly well, once again though McAvoy steals the show here showcasing the personalities we know well from Split.
Samuel L Jackson gets a nice amount of screentime here and plays Elijah just as well as he did back in 2000.
Bruce Willis puts in possibly his best performance in years but I did feel that it wasn’t at the same level as Dunn in Unbreakable.
The supporting cast give solid performances, specifically Sarah Paulson & Anya Taylor Joy.
In the end I can definitely see why many came out of Glass feeling disappointed, but for myself Glass feels right and sports some great little surprises and twists in there(of course there is).
If you are a fan of Unbreakable & Split definitely give this one a try.