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The movie was about the consequences of poor road maintenance.
It should have ended, that Glass realizes he didn't create David.. he found him. Then the cult kills Glass & The beast. And, what other villains Glass created when we saw the fire scene and other atrocities on his wall, like the mudslide. It could of still ended as the cult letting David go; even contacting David in future of other villains Glass created.. while the ending would of had it just the same as Glass revealing to the world superpowers via hacking the video feeds
This movie was great.. wow, I hated that they weren't able to have final battle at the towers, and that they killed off the characters for a fuckin cult? Otherwise, holy sht he caught the ball with pitting David up against the Beast, was not let down
Jeremy missed it completely..One of Glass' final lines is about how this isn't the climax/showdown, it's actually the origin story.This isn't the main character dying in a pathetic way, this is the main character's dad being shot in a dirty alleyway. Glass, Horde, and Overseer are the martyrs that inspire and drive an upcoming world of heroes and villains. This is the origin of supers, and new heroes seeing the clover society drown one of their own in a puddle will put them on guard and position the...
Interesting point, as the name Joseph means the son of David.
Well they explain why the secret organization didn't show up in Unbreakable. They only neutralize threats when 2 super humans are clashing. After Glass was imprisoned in Unbreakable, Dunn was by himself. She left Dunn alone because he was the only super person in his region after that. The whole point of the organization is to stop the escalation of super human powers. It seems like both the organization and Mr Glass know that the world really does reflect the themes of comic books. In comics, the...
or,to know to NOT let them die. OR Dunn at least
@LeZed88 I dont think so, I think it was just her connection to Kevin and her saying his full name that makes him change back.
Water weakens him? So he’s a devil fruit user
Nikolas Melo and most of theme are pirates that sail on the sea because fuck logic am I right.
@Asshole Mcfuckin if devil fruit users get seawater above the waist level if weakens them so that they can't move... If they're at sea they won't be able to swim so they drown
When Kevin was dying then he switched to Hedwig it broke my heart.
He died at the age his father left and the personality disorder started
Pros1.Mcavoy's outstanding performance2.Solid supporting cast3.The twists (mostly) work for me4.The Unbreakable callbacks5.It's an ambigious ending for the Eastrail 177 trilogy6.M. night's strong direction7.The new scoreCons1.Some of the writing doesn't work all that well2.Bruce Willis and Sam L. Jackson are sidelined for big chunks of the movie 3.And David Dunn doesn't really have a character arc in this movie4.Some of the dialogue is pretty bad5.The pacing is pretty uneven6.It's a bit,...
McAvoy was phenomenal. SPOILER: I suspicioned the shrink was a bad guy when she was making up excuses for the steel bending and other things during the therapy sessions. Thought she might have had super powers too, but I was close.
Yeah I had the same reaction. I thought all those explanations were too convenient that was a dead giveaway she wasnt right.
What is it with M Night and water? The lady in the water, Avatar the last air bender, the aliens being burned by water, Dunn being drowned in a puddle. Theirs like a connection here but I can’t figure it out
@Jon Miko Beltran And you sir clearly lack respect and morals.....so.....you know.....piss off.....
He's an Indian we all know they lack supply of clean water there
David isn't dead. In Unbreakable it was stated that he laid lying on the ground for forty five minutes before miraculously coming back to life. Like Superman, Dunn's weakness can put him into a stat of vegetation, but not death.
@Matt Stunner "until SHAMALON"SHAMON
I'm with you. I remember that detail too
I’m just super disappointed in the fashion of all their deaths. Drowns in a puddle, punched in the stomach, shot not looking etc.
@Al Automatic IT was a big "fuck you" to everyone who was watching. Dunn didn't just had to die. And even if he did...drowned in a puddle of water? seriously??Also Dunn's death was a relief. A rapist that managed to win the heart of a horny, deranged teenager? please
David Dunns death genuinely made me sick to my stomach
@Tyler Teem you do know the main protagonist was glass right. Dunn had his story told in unbreakable
I found it as a big "fuck you" to us lol the main protagonist going out like that. Ruined the movie for me