It’s one of the best feelings in life when you have massive expectations for a movie and you end up loving it!!!...
I know, it doesn’t take much to make me happy.
M. Night Shyamalan set and shot Split in his hometown of Philadelphia, where he’s telling the story of a man kidnapping three girls from under the nose of one of their fathers and when they wake up somewhere locked in a room, the youngsters need to figure out who they are dealing with first, and second how to get out in one piece. To make things more interesting, complicated and sometimes
Do not expect only one big twist at the end as usual but you will get hit with multiple twists throughout, I think Split is a movie that needs to be watched more than once to be truly appreciated and understood - what I’m especially looking forward for my next viewing will be the lack of people laughing way too much all the way through. You are not watching a Will Ferrell film FFS!
Shyamalan said there’s a chance for another installment following Split, since this is connected to another one of his movies, but you have to wait until the end for it to be revealed so make sure you pay attention all the way through.
"All we have, to alter the world, is our point of views. No matter whether you're a doctor, an artist, a journalist, whatever - it's about your point of view. So cultivating a specific, honest, new point of view is [important]. If you're walking, talking and acting like everybody else, and you have a general point of view, you have no value to the world. Whoever, in this room, is the most specific with their point of view is going to be the most powerful. So don't just think the same way as everybody else."
Written by Magali F. that will be keeping an eye out to seeing James McAvoy on the streets since she just found out he also lives in London. #StalkerAlert
And of course our friends at Mild Fuzz have just got their podcast up, which can be viewed HERE