Selfridges building (Birmingham, England)
Architect : Future Systems
Year : 2003 / Use : Department Store
The building is regarded as an architecture icon and has won many awards.
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Let me start off by saying that I am not a big fan of Shyamalan's work. Before this, his last good film was arguably The Village. Granted I still haven't seen The Visit, but after so many misfires, I kinda gave up on Shyamalan. All his movies seemed to suffer from the same problem. Missing their true potential. Even his good films kinda do that. But not this one. This is without his best film to date in my opinion.
And I think the reason why is because it honestly reaches it's full potential. The idea of a man with multiple personalities kidnapping young women made for a great and intriguing horror movie. The way they make each identity a character of it's own and essential to the plot was a stroke of genius.
And what makes all those different identities so spectacular is James McAvoy. His performance in this movie is without a doubt the best of his career and honestly one of my all time favorite performances in general. The fact that he did not recieve any sort of prestigious award for this still kills me today. Even the side characters are very well done here and add a lot to the story. In fact the lead character, Casey, has a very subtle but genius arc that I feel goes very unappreciated. Plus Anya Taylor Joy's performance is also spot on.
And then just the fantastic sense of tension and unpredictability make for fantastic horror. I remember being in the theater with a full audience and you could honestly just feel the dread in the room. It is so genuinely creepy and disturbing. In a good way though.
Honestly I can go on and on about this movie. It is one of my all time favorite horror movies and is a masterpiece in my opinion. I give Split a 10/10