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  • Trailer for Split
  • Clip: Patricia Tries To Reassure The Girls

Movie Info & Cast

Synopsis

Three girls are kidnapped by a man with a diagnosed 23 distinct personalities. They must try to escape before the apparent emergence of a frightful new 24th.

Cast

  • James McAvoy
  • Anya Taylor-Joy
  • Betty Buckley
  • Haley Lu Richardson
  • Jessica Sula
  • Izzie Leigh Coffey
  • Brad William Henke
  • Sebastian Arcelus
  • Neal Huff

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Verified Review
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All of M. Night's movies are hit or miss. This is an amazing hit. A must see for a suspense fans.

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Eric S
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The movie was amazing but I do advise that if you plan to see this go and watch the movie Unbreakable first! Also, once the movie ends don't just get up and leave, wait for it...

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Metacritic

80
Nov 17, 2016

Split is a highly effective, nerve-shredding horror movie that makes the most of its claustrophobic setting, familiar setup and psychological gimmicks

Tim Grierson
Screen Daily
80
Sep 27, 2016

The director ties themes together at the end with more finesse than usual, letting a couple of meaningful visuals speak for themselves where he might have thrown in a line or two of explanatory dialogue. And as for that final twist, it's a doozy.

Metacritic review by John DeFore
John DeFore
The Hollywood Reporter
80
Sep 27, 2016

Although occasionally heavy-handed, Shyamalan’s latest is his most considerate and effective film in years, with a startling emotional core.

Metacritic review by Britt Hayes
Britt Hayes
ScreenCrush