Ideally, he should strongly support repeal, even if a replacement plan isnt ready to go.
Night's movies is he puts ordinary people in extraordinary circumstances, and then focuses on the ordinary. It's a lot like my favorite author Orson Scott Card in complex simplicity. I've found that most people who absolutely loved The Sixth Sense think all his subsequent movies were worse.
A lot of people react negatively to simplicity. I can't blame them.
But a flower in my backyard is still beautiful to me even after I've been across this Earth. If you feel like you "didn't get it" I don't believe it. It was that simple. It was the beauty of loving your neighbor. This man, all alone in his mind has been good and kind.
He has brought good people together, and in this, greatness happens. That he is not alone. That he is loved, and that he loves. It took something ridiculous and fantastic to make him realize this.
To pull him out of his own deathly mourning. I thought it was so beautiful I couldn't imagine any better. But I read all these people's comments that claim it was horrible, and to me, the simple idea of love and friendship was expressed here.
There was no bad acting. There was no cheesy dialogue. Just very straight forward, this is life deal with it. If people find that horrible it makes me feel bad for them.
Why so much negativity? If this movie were as bad as they say, wouldn't at least the theme of the film soften them enough to laugh?
Instead it is vile distaste I read. Did they like the Sixth Sense because of the gorey death? Did they enjoy Signs because of the perverse joy of humans planning to die in a cellar? Where do they derive their entertainment? I know I'm a soft sell for goodness. But a good story is a good story.
I've seen thousands of movies.
I go to every premiere I can. No other real hobbies to speak of. This is probably one of 3 movies I've ever watched in my life that brought a tear to my eye. One other was Schindler's List. I don't think it was one of the best movies ever made, but when I left the theater I felt better as a human.
Not a lot of movies aim for that. Not a lot of movies want you to be a better person, or wish you well, or think to have an actual effect on you. This one did for me.Night Shyamalan returns to his thriller roots - this time by way of found-footage - in the trailers for the upcoming 'The Visit'.
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The new horror thriller from writer/director M. Night Shyamalan (The Sixth Sense, Signs) and Blumhouse Productions, The Visit released a new trailer today M. Night Shyamalans The Visit Movie Poster Reveal See more.
It was seen as somewhat of a failure after Shyamalans previous film, The Sixth Sense, put him on the map and even garnered a young Haley Joel Osment an Oscar nod at the age of Fast forward sixteen years, past a slew of pseudo hits, a very low period in Shyamalans career where he almost ruined my childhood and Jaden Smith's, and a resurgence.
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M. Night Shyamalan has been very successful in the making of the 'The Sixth Sense'; he has used many different camera angles and shots to create tension as well as fear in most of the scenes. With the use of his 'personalised' touch of the camera he has been able to pull the audience into the scene.