Does turning in a plane make water fall out your glass?

I’ve been in a few arguments about this.

When a big plane like a 747 turns, its pressurized and all that but you dont feel it banking, the only way to know is if you look out your window, you are on your side but gravity seems like its still pulling you towards the floor of the plane instead of in to the side of the plane IE the earth.

Now I was wondering does that mean that if you had a glass of water, and the plane tilted while turning, like all passenger planes do, will the water move with the glass and you, or will it look incredibly weird as the water basically tiltes sideways ignoring the plane.

If anyone doesnt really understand the question I can explain a bit more thuroughly.

Thanks.