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Nathan Weinbender reviews "Glass"

In the last 20 years, M. Night Shyamalan has gone from a box office phenom to a Hollywood laughing stock to a popular filmmaker again. It's been a wild ride, and his newest film "Glass" has topped the box office for the last three weeks. It links the worlds of Shyamalan's earlier films "Unbreakable" and "Split," but Nathan Weinbender says it feels more like a talky origin story than a grand finale.

Nathan Weinbender is the Film and Music Editor for the Inlander and a co-host of Spokane Public Radio's "Movies 101" heard Friday evenings at 6:30 here on KPBX.

Nathan is an entertainment writer and film reviewer. He also produces stories and reviews for Spokane7.
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