There are numerous missed opportunities where a slower, more deliberate approach might have been more efficacious, limiting the repetitive vibe of the quest-style narrative. Stuck on Lovey Wacky Toddler Behavior: Steve Brady Willie Garson A few months back, a post by blogger Rita Templeton about why she wants her four sons -- ages 2, 5, 6 and 9 -- to see her naked, was republished on The Huffington Post and went viral. Glass falls somewhere in between the two - a transparent attempt by Shyamalan to seize the moment and bring back popular characters but, lacking a compelling story, he instead substituted half-finished ideas. In addition to buying clothes designed to button or zip in the back, put your kiddo's forward-facing clothes on backward to make disrobing more difficult. The special effects, although not always special as is sometimes the case with CGI overuse, there are times when its obvious the characters are digital representations rather than actorsare numerous.
There's a lack of visceral satisfaction in how things wrap up although one can make an argument that it's intellectually effective.
Boy, Girl, Boy, Girl...
Split was a horror film failure. Boy, Girl, Boy, Girl A fight ensues and Alex, Lance, and Kaye are given detention. The bit with the catheter is an example. Baker seems incapable of that emotion.