Some people like their superheroes to be, you know, superheroes. They want superheroes who do good, defeat evil and inspire us to live better lives.
Others prefer antiheroes — that is, heroes who do good but in an unconventional way. Think: Batman or Han Solo or even Jack Sparrow.
Then there’s writer/director M. Night Shyamalan, who delivers a message about superheroes in his latest movie, Glass (PG-13), that is dividing audiences and leaving moviegoers scratching their heads. It releases this weekend and is the third film in a trilogy.
“Basically, we’re asking the question, could comic books be based on reality?” he told USA Today.
That sounds fascinating and enjoyable, but in the process Shyamalan also changes what a sup