SplitĀ 

Starring: James Mcavoy,  Anya Taylor-Joy,  Betty Buckler, Haley Lu Richardson,  Jessica Sula.  

Director/Writer: M. Knight Shyamalan. 

Plot: Three girls are kidnapped by a man with 23 diagnosed personalities, but they must escape before he unleashes his most dangerous personality yet. 

Okay so I’m gonna go ahead and say it. Best film I’ve seen in years! Mcavoy was so convincing and into his roles, it made the film a magnificent piece to watch. The different roles he had to play were complete opposite ends of the character spectrum but he managed to execute it perfectly, everything from his body language, to his facial expressions, the smallest details made this his best performance yet, it really gave me an insight to his talent as an actor.  

Above: Mcavoy as Hedwig, and Patricia.
Not only was his performance spot on,  but the use of camera angles was genius, we see the camera moulding to him in different ways depending on what personality is in “the light” at the moment in time, so it was an all round well made and we’ll thought out film. Taylor-Joy also put on a stellar performance as the more head strong one out of the three captures, as the film unfolds and they all start to wonder if they’ll survive, we see her character reminiscing on old childhood memories, which brings her purity into question, which is what “The Beast” wants. 

I really can’t praise this film enough, well done to Shyamalan for this masterpiece of a film, and a huge well done to Mcavoy for pulling off this phenomenal piece of acting, if you hear anything bad about this film, I urge you to ignore it, please give it a watch and you will understand the hype.

Easily giving Split 4.5 personalities out of 5.