Split: The Movie Review

Meredith Garcia, Staff

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A person with 24 different personalities that could potentially be sinister and kidnaps three girls?

How would you respond to a situation like that?

Hopefully you won’t ever have to, however it still makes for a very interesting and suspenseful movie.

On Jan. 20, Split, the psychological thriller came out in theaters.

A movie about a man with split personalities, 24 to be exact. He kidnaps three girls and keeps them in a secret location while trying to cope with his changing personalities.

I thought it was a very creative and suspenseful movie without it being too scary. It was definitely different than anything I had ever seen.

But, you would have to be into that psychological and emotional genre to enjoy the movie.

It was targeted at teenagers and young adults, due to the three main characters being teenage girls. There were also some scenes that showed a fair amount of skin on the girls without it being too inappropriate.

There are many different aspects to the movie that evoked a range of emotions.

Some parts were just completely engaging and you almost could not believe what was happening, while other parts had you laughing at weirdly acceptable parts of the movie.

But considering the events in the movie, it had you wondering if you should really be laughing right now.

There were a handful of twists and surprises in the movie and the ending came as a shock to me.

Of course, the movie had its flaws, as do all movies.

But, I thought this movie was really interesting and made me think about people who really do have split personalities, of course, not as exaggerated as the movie.

All in all, I was engaged throughout the whole movie and it presented something that is unique to the world and movie industry.

You don’t really see a lot of movies about split personalities.

I would definitely recommend seeing this movie for something fun and exciting to do with friends and family.

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