Unbreakable is a unique take on superhero movies, with this being much more subtle, more of a mystery than an action movie. The film follows David Dunn, played by Bruce Willis. David is on a train on his way home when the train gets into a massive accident, with all the passengers on board being killed, except for him. This starts David on a journey of discovering just how different he is to everyone else. He realizes that he has never been sick in his life, that his bodies endurance and strength are far above normal levels. David meets Elijah Prince, played by Samuel L. Jackson, who seems familiar with people like David and his situation. David begins to sense that danger is coming soon and tries to figure out what is going on and why he is the way he is.Read more
M. Night Shyamalan released the movie Split in 2016, 16 years after the release of Unbreakable. Split was seemingly a stand-alone horror movie but was revealed to actually be a sequel to Unbreakable. Shyamalan then went on to create the movie Glass, which completes the trilogy. Thought the movie did poorly in theaters, it has developed quite the cult following, especially in recent years due to the rise and popularity of the superhero genre of film. It was Shyamalan's favorite film to make and is also one of Quentin Tarantino's favorites as well.
Unbreakable is a mystery sci-fi movie released in 2000, written and directed by M. Night Shyamalan. Shyamalan is also known for other films like Signs, The Sixth Sense, Lady in the Water, and Split. Unbreakable stars Bruce Willis, who acted in the Die Hard series, Pulp Fiction, and the Sixth Sense. The film also stars Samuel L. Jackson, known for other movies such as Pulp Fiction, The Avengers, and Shaft. The film grossed $154 million at the box office worldwide off of a $75 million estimated budget. The movie is currently rated 7.3 on IMDB.com.