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Three girls are kidnapped by a man with a diagnosed 23 distinct personalities. They must try to escape before the apparent emergence of a frightful new 24th.... (Full plot summary below)

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Three girls are kidnapped by a man with a diagnosed 23 distinct personalities. They must try to escape before the apparent emergence of a frightful new 24th.

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MovieCrypt.com - 10/10 by Kevin A. RansonIf you remember M. Night's work prior to The Happening and wished for a return to the kind of cerebral thrillers that the world was introduced to through his efforts, you're in for a treat.
Hindustan Times - 9/10 by Rohan NaaharI let out an audible gasp at the end. That has never happened.
Sensacine - 9/10 by Israel ParedesA movie with drama elements that ends up being a horror film in an almost imperceptible narrative game, very well integrated by Shyamalan. [Full review in Spanish]
New Yorker - 9/10 by Richard BrodyThe movie's simultaneous evocation of both the depravity at work beneath society's deceptive surfaces and the inadequacy of the liberal technocratic order to defend against that depravity is the secret to its success.
Culturess - 9/10 by Kristen LopezSplit [is] a genre picture that's fascinating, audacious and just kooky enough to be a lot of fun.
Junkee - 9/10 by Glenn DunksWhile individual scenes are occasionally thrilling in the moment, they don't hold much weight, and it ends with a whimper that suggests the director [...] hadn't really thought much beyond its admittedly nifty high-concept premise.
Reeling Reviews - 9/10 by Laura Clifford"Split's" biggest asset is James McAvoy...portraying 8 or 9 of his character's 24 alters, often within the same scene (in one scant minute or so near the end McAvoy runs through them all in a jaw dropping display).
The Ooh Tray - 9/10 by Ed WhitfieldA film so well-designed that it turns out to have a dissociative identity of its own.
The Patriot Ledger - 9/10 by Al AlexanderYou don't need a sixth sense to know the latest discombobulation emanating from the singular mind of M. Night Shyamalan is -- if nothing else -- a hugely entertaining affair.
ComingSoon.net - 9/10 by Chris AlexanderDeranged thriller will certainly split audiences, but it's a daring piece of cinema.

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