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Writer/director/producer M. Night Shyamalan returns with an original thriller that delves into the mysterious recesses of one man's fractured, gifted mind. Though Kevin (James McAvoy) has revealed 23 personalities to his psychiatrist, there remains one still submerged who is set to materialize and dominate all the others. Compelled to abduct three teenage girls, Kevin reaches a war for survival among all of those contained within him – as well as everyone around him – as the walls between his compartments shatter apart.
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I don't want to give any of the movie away. I've heard how well James McAvoy does in carrying on with the characters. I have to say he is true to his character. There is a scene of the movies that he switches between 5 separate entities as they are called, there is no stopping and starting of the scene and McAvoy is able to do so smoothly. M. Night Shyamalan mentions that most actors may do 2 or 3 separate characters but, they can only do so for a short period of time, it's too difficult. I went through the scene McAvoy portrays Barry, then when he portrays Dennis attempting to be Barry it is interest for me to see that McAvoy does well at Dennis faking Barry. Barry has a happy and relaxed feeling about him, but in the scenes Dennis makes his attempts he struggles to try convince the therapist his is, who he really isn't. He doesn't have the relaxed character that Barry is. I know it's just a movie, I wanted to really see if McAvoy is as good as he's said to be and he is amazing.
I thought I was big on movies. But my nephew is bigger than I am on M. Night Shyamalan and how he makes connections with one movie and the next and how he also moves one character from the last movie to the next movie. My nephew told me of the movie Unbreakable is connected to Split.
The character from Unbreakable David Dunn(Bruce Willis) who has extraordinary forces are extraordinary strength and overcoming unbelievable forces and he's not effected by the common weakness of viruses or infections people become ill by. His weakness is water(he can drowns easily, because of how he takes in water to his lungs). When he is younger he is in a horrible car accident, which he was unharmed. He was later in a train wreck which everyone in the passenger car was killed and he was the only survivor, he also had no injuries.
At the end of Split, Bruce Willis does a cameo performance, as David Dunn. Possibly to introduce the two characters David Dunn and The Beast to have the Ultimate Battle, The Beast has incredible strength, his skin is difficult to penetrate, it can be wounded after he was shot at close range three times with a shotgun. Amongst David Dunn's forces is similar to the Beast that he has incredible strength and withstanding unbelievable forces, however David Dunn has never been ill, he can withstand the viruses and infections that causes people's illness and are not immune to. I don't know if illness could do anything to The Beast, but these are the forces that are shown that David Dunn possesses on Unbreakable,
We have to wait and see what is up M. Night Shyamalan's sleeve if he will have a fight-out between David Dunn and the Beast
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