Glass (Unbreakable Sequel) (Post-release)

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What did you think of Glass?

  • It was bad.

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patrickivan

Well-Known Member
I don't buy that the Clover group would have the power to stop a viral video this large. All the global news groups would have analysts who would be able to confirm if the video was just another hoax. Independent specialists would have looked at it to death.

There would be just enough to it, along with the Overseers' history in the news, to cause just enough pause for people to consider it something just a little special.

It was a damned good movie.

David was indeed the reluctant hero (and the hero in the sense that he wanted to prevent harm coming to people. There's no altering that perspective. He was the good guy).

Kevin & Co. was actually the Victim in a sense. He was created by Mister Glass. He was a prisoner of the demons and power that overtook him. As horrendous as the Beast's crimes were, he was ultimately a prisoner to what went on around him.

Mister Glass WAS the bad guy. The villain. He KILLED for his own selfish reasons. His power of incredible intelligence twisted him into evil. An almost near absolute power that corrupted him.

The Clover Group, to use a D&D term, would be considered Chaotic Neutral. They were looking out for the greater good, no matter the consequence. Personally, those actions condemns them more than absolves them.

We had all the players. Good. Evil. Neutral. And the Victim.

Yes, there were some poorly written things, mostly involving the security. But there was too much ambiguity and lack of data for us to decide how much of the facility was indeed in the Clover Groups control... Or how powerful they really are.

Having watched Unbreakable, and Split the day before the movie, I came out incredibly satisfied with Glass.
 

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EvilRocketeer

Master Member
the ending and the twist ruins the whole film. The movie was entertaining and suspenseful throughout until the end.

Killing off the three main characters? seriously. origin story my ass. so so dumb.

After their deaths, you come to the realization that the whole film wasted their potential in an insane asylum.

If the characters survived, and there was a sequel to this film; then it would have been a great film. Killing all 3, it left you feeling like wow that was it.

And Mcavoy. Holy cow his acting ability is phenomenal.
 
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JoMamma_Smurf

Master Member
I really really enjoyed it. I went into it knowing exactly what was going to happen... spoiled out of my mind. I left with a big smile. Think about what the public saw. It was audio and video from hundreds of cameras of everything that happened from start to finish. Unedited. It was live streamed and then uploaded. So they saw all 3 main characters get murdered and I would venture a guess that the audio of all those involved was captured as well. So essentially everyone saw and heard what what we saw. That's how I took it anyway. I'm not going to Star Wars level over analyze it. The ending shows that it went viral instantly and in this day in age something that popular would be investigated by the modern day internet and the truth will easily be revealed.

If redit can find shia lebouf in the woods based upon a live stream of a flag, the sun and flight patterns, it can do anything.
 

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Moviefreak

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Why the hell would anyone want to find shia lebouf?!
To troll him. :lol: It was really funny.

He put up a flag as a protest and a live stream camera for people to make live online statement, but 4chan members started showing up and trolling things with their comments on camera. It pissed Shia off and he showed up to try and fight them. It then got so bad that he ended up moving the camera and flag to undisclosed location and posted it again online. It was now hidden, so he thought he had won. WRONG!

4Chan members only had a live stream of the flag with sky behind it to find out his location.... They immediately started to look at the weather patterns, like wind direction, rain, and when the sun rose and set. They listened to sound of frogs and animals to see if they could narrow down to certain parts of the country. Then a jet flew behind the flag, and they jumped on looking into flight patterns. Within 24 hours they had not only figured it out, but they even made a trip there and took his flag down and put up their own flag. :lol:
 

patrickivan

Well-Known Member
To troll him. :lol: It was really funny.

He put up a flag as a protest and a live stream camera for people to make live online statement, but 4chan members started showing up and trolling things with their comments on camera. It pissed Shia off and he showed up to try and fight them. It then got so bad that he ended up moving the camera and flag to undisclosed location and posted it again online. It was now hidden, so he thought he had won. WRONG!

4Chan members only had a live stream of the flag with sky behind it to find out his location.... They immediately started to look at the weather patterns, like wind direction, rain, and when the sun rose and set. They listened to sound of frogs and animals to see if they could narrow down to certain parts of the country. Then a jet flew behind the flag, and they jumped on looking into flight patterns. Within 24 hours they had not only figured it out, but they even made a trip there and took his flag down and put up their own flag. :lol:
That's awesome! Thanks for this. I hate Shia (not to the point of real hate or going out of my way to dump on him). This is funny to hear though.
 

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