Man’s mind holds the key too many mysteries and numerous puzzles. But it also can become rusty, seldom used machinery if it starts malfunctioning. Glass is a story of psychiatrist dealing with men suffering from mental disorders. The new disorder tricks its victims into thinking that they are no less than superheroes. The patients believe the illusion wholeheartedly and act in a peculiarly overconfident manner. Well, it might be good for them but it spells trouble for their co-patients and other inmates. The film’s script takes its basis from Manoj Night Shyamalan’s narratives. The celebrated author’s matinee version is as unique as the disorder it deals with. Kevin Wendell Crumb is the ill-fated owner of 24 personalities. David Dunn, a security guard helps him in achieving mental equilibrium through his own extraordinary capabilities. Watch the superb actors deliver a supernatural performance in the unique film.
Thoroughbreds is director and writer Cory Finley’s directorial debut slated for the April release. Cory’s story introduces us to two childhood friends Lily (Anya Taylor-Joy) and Amanda (Olivia Cooke) who reconnect in suburban Connecticut after numerous years of being apart. Currently, On the other hand, Amanda now possesses a sharp wit and her own kind of attitude. Initially, the pair can’t seem to get along, but are eventually bonded over Lily’s contempt for her oppressive stepfather. As time goes on, the two begin accommodating one another to the extent of developing an unlikely friendship. They, later on, solicit the help of a local hustler Tim (Anton Yelchin) with the main aim of ending their misery
The film premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in January 2017 and it is produced by Andrew Duncan, Alex Saks, Kevin J. Walsh, Nat Faxon, Jim Rash, Ted Deiker, and Ryan Stowell.
The film is Anton Yelchin’s final film after his death in June 2016 due to Blunt traumatic asphyxia. The film has received generally positive critics and has a fairly nice rating.