So, I saw M. Night Shyamalan’s newest film, “Split,” recently. Ready for the twist? It was actually pretty good. Since 1999, Shyamalan has developed a reputation in Hollywood as the Hitchcock of a new generation. That’s at least been the constant media comparison; to make that connection, you have to forgive (or simply forget) some of the duds he’s dropped over the years. 1999’s “The
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