Every Thursday Apple chooses a Movie of the week at the iTunes Store, whose purchase (even in 4K / HDR, depending on production) R $ 9.90.
The title selected this time was “Glass”, with James McAvoy, Bruce Willis and Samuel L. Jackson, directed by the acclaimed M. Night Shyamalan.
Check out his trailer:
Here is the synopsis of the film:
After the completion of “Fragmentado” (2017), Kevin Crumb (James McAvoy), the man with 23 different personalities, starts to be chased by David Dunn (Bruce Willis), the hero of “Closed Body” (2000). The game of cat and mouse between the unbreakable man and the Beast is influenced by the presence of Elijah Price (Samuel L. Jackson), who manipulates the encounters between them and keeps secrets about the two.
As usual, our reader Renato Alan Promenzio [@tripalavra], who is a movie buff, also sent us a personalized comment about the film:
Speaking of “Glass” is like putting together a puzzle, since the films in this trilogy are intertwined in their stories – but not in their names. “Corpo Fechado”, the first film in the franchise, appeared and had a warm reception. Critics still demanded from Shyamalan the same success as his first film with Bruce Willis. 16 years later, “Fragmentado” arrived in cinemas without pretensions and with the brilliant performance of James McAvoy (who, by the way, deserved more recognition), great receptivity from critics, low budget and profitable return. That was the reason for the existence of “Glass”: to finish the puzzle with a good script, great cast and finally deliver the trilogy so dreamed by its director. Does that mean it’s over? No, but I believe that another series will fit in some service streaming than another movie. Do I need to watch the first two films before this one? Yes! But you can watch the first two in any order, as they were made with a life of their own and with connection points that don’t necessarily intertwine in a way that you don’t understand what’s going on. Funny, isn’t it? Welcome to the world of Shyamalan!
in Universal Studios
Classification: 14 yearsGenre: dramaLaunch: 2019Director: M. Night Shyamalan
Note on the iTunes Store
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