Are You Screening Podcast – Glass Review

We weren’t looking forward to Glass, and with good reason, but after Split, we thought there might be hope. More importantly, there was a chance that Bruce Willis and Samuel L. Jackson weren’t simply forced into the thing by some sequel clause.

Alas, it just wasn’t the movie for us, and despite having some fun with the actors, the movie didn’t amount to much.

Luckily, we had other things to worry about and caught up with some other films as well.

We’re running headlong into the end of awards season, and people have been asking us about our lists – they’re coming. You may know that Shane and I have different rules with our lists, which is why we’re trying to cover as many things as we can before we start letting you know how our best and worst lists came together.

Give us a listen below and remember to share, subscribe, and otherwise trick your friends into listening to us!

Photo Credit: Jessica Kourkounis/Universal Pictures © 2019 Universal Pictures.

Glass Review

Marc Eastman
Marc Eastman is the owner and operator of Are You Screening? and has been writing film reviews for over a decade, and several branches of the internet's film review world have seen his name. He is also a member of The Broadcast Film Critics Association and The Broadcast Television Journalists Association.

Must Read

The Midnight Sky Review – Rambling Towards Little

The Midnight Sky is like one of the best road trips you've ever taken, but when you get where you're headed it...

Call Me Kat Review – Mayim Bialik Hopes To Channel/Spin British Humor

Crossing the pond with a comedy series is always a tricky affair, and while there are some major successes that have come...

Black Bear Review – Elaborate Kantian Ethics Koan With Manipulative Artists?

Writer/Director Lawrence Michael Levine is a filmmaker who spins strange yarns delivered through often uncomfortable conversations that are generally a combination of...

Trending

Call Me Kat Review – Mayim Bialik Hopes To Channel/Spin British Humor

Crossing the pond with a comedy series is always a tricky affair, and while there are some major successes that have come...

Last Tango In Halifax Review – PBS Brings BAFTA Winner To America

No surprise that this was the BAFTA winner, especially since it has serious arguments to make for the best drama series of a more serious span than just a single year.

Dig Review – TV USA – Plus March 19th Preview

Dig is tough ground, and not something most people are going to be able to reconcile. One part of it is a lot of fun, with actors that pull you in, but the other part is silly, and largely nonsensical.

Dont' Miss The Best Of The Decade

Podcast