In the near future, a weary Logan cares for an ailing Professor X, somewhere on the Mexican border. However, Logan's attempts to hide from the world, and his legacy, are upended when a young mutant arrives, pursued by dark forces.
When three girls are kidnapped by a man with 23 different personalities, they have to work out which of those personalities will help them escape and which of those personalities will try to stop them. Written by
On Kevin's computer, there are QuickTime files of his various personalities. The one in the bottom right corner is Mr. Pritchard. This is likely a reference to the character Lionel Pritchard from Signs (2002), also directed by M. Night Shyamalan. See more »
When Dr. Fletcher receives the first email from Kevin, the subject reads "We need you;" however, when she opens the email, it says "No subject" in the subject line. See more »
[about Casey standing over in the corner]
That's what happens when you do a mercy invite.
I believed you wanted to invite everyone.
Dad, I can't invite everyone in my art class except for one person without social networking evidence inflicting more pain on that person than was intended. And I'm not a monster.
I'm proud of you. I think.
She gets detention a lot and she yells at teachers sometimes. There was that rumor that went around that she just kept running away from home.
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The end credits are shown in 24 frames in the background of the scrolling credits to simulate the 24 different personalities that Kevin has in the movie. See more »
This film is a disgraceful stigma of mental health. Is hard enough for people with a mental health diagnosis, so tripe like this doesn't help. Especially with ongoing and relentless stigma. By the way, they couldn't even get the title right. It's hasn't been called split personality in decades. That shows the amount of research gone into this film.
Someone with mental health diagnosis is more likely to be the victim of a crime, rather Than commit a crime. 1 in 4 people will have mental health diagnosis.
Mental health should never be used as entertainment. You wouldn't go and see a film about someone who broke their leg would you ?
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