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Movies and TV shows are Certified Fresh with a steady Tomatometer of 75% or higher after a set amount of reviews (80 for wide-release movies, 40 for limited-release movies, 20 for TV shows), including 5 reviews from Top Critics.
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McAvoy accomplishes the impossible while providing depth and personality to each character from the mannerisms to the specific dialect of each different identity. His performance steals the show and provides some laughs, but also fear...
In addition to being a platform for James McAvoy to display his considerable range in truly zany fashion, Split represents the once fallen M. Night Shyamalan solidifying his place as the king of twists in this unsettling and campy delight.
Split is not only an edge of your seat film, but it is also a film that shows the many interesting facets of the human brain. If nothing else this film is worth seeing just to watch James McAvoy playing numerous characters.
Supported largely by James McAvoy's extraordinary talent who, with modulations of voice, gestures and mannerisms, creates various characters that fall in perfect harmony with the director's purpose. [Full review in Spanish]
The way that Shyamalan and Gioulakis emphasize close-ups and medium shots make for a taut, clean forcefulness that...give Split a leaner, hipper feel very different from the increasingly aestheticized studio polish of Shyamalan's earlier work.