A movie that made me cry was a movie called “Glass”
There is a first one to it but I am sure nobody has seen it because it should be rated R the movie is called split.
Spoiler: Warning: This is kind of long, like 48 or more pages, I worked hard on this but I understand if nobody wants to read it since it's so long because nobody has time for that LOL XD
The reason I cried at the end of glass was when the lady killed the 3 guys, this is a horror movie. And I mean nobody cries during horror movies right? Well it was more a action movie then horror.... but anyways,
Mr.Glass died because kevin ( one of his personalities ) punched Mr.Glass, Mr.Glass got his name because his bones are as delicate as paper. But one of kevin's sides punched Mr.Glass, and he died, because well, he's weak.
Kevin died when he was saying goodbye to his gf ( WHOM HE KIDNAPPED IN THE LAST MOViE LIKE WHAAAT ) and she is the ONLY one who can calm him down, As he was saying goodbye the swat team shot him.
David died because AFTER kevin punched Mr.Glass AND BEFORE the swat team shot him, Kevin grabbed David and threw him in a pool, David has a fear of water, But david broke the pool, right after kevin died the lady who was watching David drowned him in a puddle because he wouldn't tell her that superheroes aren't real.
The reason the movie is sad is because they may ALL be villains but the three wanted the world to know "You can be a superhero" the lady (Ellie) didn't want the world to know that
They're villains because of they're back story.
David has never been ill and is the exact opposite of Elijah, but he did almost drown when he was younger and Elijah reveals that this shows water is his superhero weakness, his Achilles' heel. As well as having superhuman strength, David also has an extra talent to see what crimes people have committed, merely by touching them. Elijah is Mr.Glass*** btw***
Elijah is Mr.Glass aka. the one behind it ALL
Glass, though, is an odd way to convey that message. Outside of David Dunn—who is a good guy and who does act like an average-man superhero—none of the other so-called superheroes are inspiring. In fact, they’re appalling.
Price slits a man’s throat with a large shard of glass. The Beast breaks a man’s back, kills another man, and then begins eating human flesh. (In Split, he’s even more animal-like.) and you are probably asking Why am I supposed to be inspired by these out-of-control murderers?
Scripture (Matt. 25:14-30) teaches that we all have talents and—in a sense—we all can do extraordinary things through God’s power. That’s definitely true. Glass ends with a dialogue about talents and superheroes that would make sense at the end of, say, Spider-Man. But not at the end of Glass.
The film ends with its three superpowered men dead, but with Mr. Glass getting the last laugh; he's arranged for footage of their battle to be distributed around the world, thus informing humanity that superpowered beings are among them. That ending has been a point of contention among critics and film journalists
In the end of 'glass' Elijah ( Mr.Glass) looks at his mom and says "I wasn't a mistake"
In the end of 'glass' Elijah ( Mr.Glass) looks at his mom and says "I wasn't a mistake" his mom responds...
No, you were spectacular.
How Elijah started believing superheroes was real was Elijah's mother encourages her fragile son, diagnosed with osteogenesis imperfecta at birth, to get outdoors by leaving him comic books as gifts outside.
But here is what Elijah's message said at the end of the movie:
There are unknown forces that don’t want us to realize what we are truly capable of. They don’t want us to know the things we suspect are extraordinary about ourselves are real. I believe that if everyone sees what just a few people become when they wholly embrace their gifts, others will awaken.
Belief in oneself is contagious. We give each other permission to be superheroes. We will never awaken otherwise. Whoever these people are who don’t want us to know the truth, today, they lose.