Glass (2019)

2 corrected entries

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Corrected entry: During a flashback to explain his disability, a young Mr. Glass is seen being flung right and left on a Tilt A Whirl, crushing his fragile bones. In reality, a Tilt A Whirl keeps you in place through centrifugal force. A more accurate depiction of side to side chaos would be on a Troika or Scrambler ride, which is what I think the director meant to show instead.

Correction: This is absolutely not true. Because each car spins independently of the main "disc", you can absolutely be tossed from side to side. Having been on this ride many, many times, I can vouch for that.

wizard_of_gore Premium member

Corrected entry: In the first scene between David and Joseph, Joseph states it has been three weeks since the events of the previous film, Split. Throughout the rest of the film, it is stated by several characters that it has been nineteen years since the events of Unbreakable. This timeframe could not be possible, as the ending of Split makes it clear that it has been fifteen years since Mr. Glass has been incarcerated.

Correction: The waitress in the cafe is the person that states it had been 15 years, and it is suggested that she is just guessing, as she couldn't remember the name of "the guy in the wheelchair" either.

Phaneron Premium member

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