It Was the Kids...They Called Me Mr. Glass
M. Night Shyamalan's most ingenious work to date, this film documents the hypothetical question concerning the existence of superheroes. What if they existed? What would they be fighting for when they struggle to even keep their homes relatively happy? Bruce Willis has never been better in a role, though many people think that Shyamalan's work is stilted, I find it to be interesting and questioning of the human condition. He adds thrills exactly where they should be, realism where it is expected to be, and the unimaginable where it is never expected but always appreciated. A great film.