'Glass' Isn't Quite 'Unbreakable' In 2000, director M. Night Shyamalan presented Unbreakable, the story of two men whose epic tales of good and evil collided. Then came 2016's Split, a stealth sequel. Now, Shyamalan wraps up the trilogy with Glass.
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'Glass' Isn't Quite 'Unbreakable'

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'Glass' Isn't Quite 'Unbreakable'

'Glass' Isn't Quite 'Unbreakable'

'Glass' Isn't Quite 'Unbreakable'

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The superheroes Mr. Glass (Samuel L. Jackson), The Horde (James McAvoy) and The Overseer (Bruce Willis) are assembled for a crappy therapy session in M. Night Shyamalan's Glass. Jessica Kourkounis/Blumhouse Pictures hide caption

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The superheroes Mr. Glass (Samuel L. Jackson), The Horde (James McAvoy) and The Overseer (Bruce Willis) are assembled for a crappy therapy session in M. Night Shyamalan's Glass.

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In 2000, director M. Night Shyamalan presented Unbreakable, the story of two men whose epic tales of good and evil collided. Then came the 2016 stealth sequel Split. Now, Shyamalan wraps up the trilogy with Glass.

Show Notes:

  • What's making Stephen happy: Phoenix by Pedro the Lion
  • What's making Glen happy: The Other Two on Comedy Central
  • What's making Chris happy: Forty Guns, and the documentary A Fuller Life on the Criterion DVD release
  • What's making Linda happy: The New One by Mike Birbiglia

The audio was produced and edited by Vincent Acovino and Jessica Reedy.