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24 Feb, 2017
1 hrs 59 mins
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While the mental divisions of those with dissociative identity disorder have long fascinated and eluded science, it is believed that some can also manifest unique physical attributes for each personality, a cognitive and physiological prism within a single being.
Though Kevin (James McAvoy) has evidenced 23 personalities to his trusted psychiatrist, Dr. Fletcher (Betty Buckley), there remains one still submerged who is set to materialize and dominate all the others. Compelled to abduct three teenage girls led by the wilful, observant Casey (Anya Taylor-Joy,The Witch), Kevin reaches a war for survival among all of those contained within himas well as everyone around himas the walls between his compartments shatter apart.
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Verdict: A fascinating thriller marking M. Night Shyamalan's comeback. There are certain things you expect or hope for from a M. Night Shyamalan movie. The director has the audience and the critics still going gaga over The Sixth Sense (1999). His distinct style includes a nail-biting thriller with a twist you don't see coming. Over the years, the di... ...Read full review
Split has to be the most triumphant film of M Night Shyamalans career. Its one thing to be called a wunderkind, the next Steven Spielberg, to be given carte blanche on your increasingly odd movies, but its another thing to have that same, once-promising career sink right before your eyes. ...Read full review
Three girls are kidnapped by a man with an extremely rare and unusual personality disorder harboring 23 unique identities. The girls are perplexed by his motives as they witness his different personas all they know is that they need to escape from this dangerous and unpredictable man. ...Read full review
M. Night Shyamalans Split reveals its cards rather cautiously each declaration of its essential identity is followed by a swift retraction. In this lies its greatest accomplishment, for the film inherits to the point of resemblance the primary crisis of its lead character, a physical body inhabited by various distinct personalities. Its final manoeuvre is impressive: In a scene close to the end, our protagonist boards a train, stands in the aisle and in the darkness of the compartment, incites his transformation. ...Read full review
Wed all been waiting for this moment. Its been almost ten years now but its finally here. This is the moment when even rabid haters turn into believers. Its the comeback of one of the most talented filmmakers of this generation M Night Shyamalan. ...Read full review

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