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    Split (2017)

    Three girls are kidnapped by 'Dennis', one of the 23 split personalities inhabiting the body of Kevin Wendell Crumb. As they are held captive, a final personality, 'The Beast', begins to materialize.
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  • Actors of "Split (2017)"

  • Characters of "Split (2017)"

    Dennis. Character of Split (2017)
    Played by: James McAvoy
    Dr. Karen Fletcher. Character of Split (2017)
    Played by: Betty Buckley
    Claire. Character of Split (2017)
    Marcia. Character of Split (2017)
    Played by: Jessica Sula
    Casey Cooke. Character of Split (2017)
    Played by: Izzie Coffey
    Uncle John. Character of Split (2017)
  • Directors of "Split (2017)"

    M. Night Shyamalan. Director of Split (2017)
    M. Night Shyamalan
    Birthdate: 6 August 1970, MahƩ, Pondicherry, India
  • Creators of "Split (2017)"

    M. Night Shyamalan. Director of Split (2017)
    M. Night Shyamalan
    Birthdate: 6 August 1970, MahƩ, Pondicherry, India
  • Critic Reviews of "Split (2017)"

    Richard Brody New Yorker
    January 30, 2017

    The movie's simultaneous evocation of both the depravity at work beneath society's deceptive surfaces and the inadequacy of the liberal technocratic order to defend against that depravity is the secret to its success.

    Lindsey Bahr Associated Press
    January 27, 2017

    Split isn't a disaster; it's just all over the place and not nearly as effective as it should be for something with such a good premise and performances.

    J. R. Jones Chicago Reader
    January 26, 2017

    Three teenage girls are held captive in a grimy building somewhere by a madman with 23 personalities, but at least they aren't trapped in a theater watching this exercise in tedium from vaunted master of surprise M. Night Shyamalan.

    Rex Reed New York Observer
    January 25, 2017

    This is a filmmaker with almost no real talent for coherence, originality or purpose and in spite of his insistence on audience secrecy, his overly contrived plots are easy to figure out before the beginning of the second reel.

    David Edelstein New York Magazine/Vulture
    January 24, 2017

    Shyamalan has returned to what he loves to do: use cheap horror tropes to create his own harebrained mythos.

    Anthony Lane New Yorker
    January 23, 2017

    In short, we are watching an old-fashioned exploitation flick-part of a depleted and degrading genre that not even M. Night Shyamalan, the writer and director of "Split," can redeem.

    Matt Brunson Creative Loafing
    April 22, 2017

    Shyamalan oddly builds toward a climax that ultimately finds a positive side benefit to incest, pedophilia, and physical abuse.

    Pablo VillaƧa Cinema em Cena
    March 24, 2017

    Shyamalan obviously understands the concept of suspense, but apparently doesn't know how to apply it anymore. [Full review in Portuguese.]

    Rain Jokinen SFist
    March 23, 2017

    Shyamalan doesn't do enough with the tired premise to make it truly memorable, not even bothering to give all three of the captive girls distinctive personalities of their own.

    Candice Frederick Reel Talk Online
    March 22, 2017

    It's shot well. Its ominous setting, nestled deep in the pit of a dark, multi-layered, multi-doored complex puts you on edge. But the narrative -- LORD, this narrative -- becomes a steaming hot mess.

    Daniel Bernal Cinetvymas.cl
    March 17, 2017

    A movie that you can't stop watching. All McAvoy's interpretations of its protagonist are enjoyable and the movie doesn't waste time in sequences or unnecessary explanations. [Full review in Spanish]

    Britt Hayes ScreenCrush
    March 16, 2017

    Split is [Shyamalan's] most thoughtful film in years, and one that contains ideas and feelings that resonate on a deep, visceral level.

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