But Rather Than Dispatching With Said Trauma In An Early Flashback, Split Explores Its Every Crevice And Trains A Microscope On Its Aftermath.

Night Shyamalan More James McAvoy can summarize pretty much every superhero movie in a couple of sentencesand given that hes starred in his fair share , he should know. Every single one is: I saw something terrible happen to my parents, or I was beaten up or my parents were shot in front of me, and then I became Batman. And by the way, Im really mentally fked up. Like those movies, McAvoys new psychological thriller, Split (Jan. 20), springs from the premise that ones trauma can be the source of ones strength. But rather than dispatching with said trauma in an early flashback, Split explores

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