Glass

PG-13, 129 minutes / Cast: Bruce Willis, Samuel L. Jackson, James McAvoy

5/5 (2)

The story started in "Unbreakable." It continued in "Split." Now, director M. Night Shyamalan's heroes and villains collide in "Glass."

Bruce Willis returns as the superhuman David Dunn, with Samuel L. Jackson as his mentor and nemesis, Elijah Price—also known as "Mr. Glass." James McAvoy reprises his role(s) from "Split" as Kevin Wendell Crumb, along with the multiple identities who reside within. "Glass" picks up where that film left off: Dunn pursues Crumb's super-powered identity, "The Beast," in a series of escalating encounters—while the shadowy presence of Mr. Glass emerges as a behind-the-scenes orchestrator who holds secrets critical to both men.

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