Trying to understand the thought process of writer and director M. Night Shyamalan is akin to analyzing Jell-O. What keeps it wiggling and what binds it together? This particular circumstance also had an Alfred Hitchcock vibe.
Somebody at sometime has to stop M.Night Charla ton from making any more movies, please somebody stop this man NOW!!!
Jun 13 - 09:09 PM
yes. i agree Shintaro! His 15 minutes are more than up! Spielberg? Nope. Hitchcock? Please. His next film should open and close in the privacy of his home.
BTW, didn't see it, nor Lady in Water.
Jun 14 - 12:37 AM
Adam, don't bother to waste your time analyzing this charlatan, who's astounded with himself. Ha. The NEXT Spielberg, please.
Jun 14 - 12:39 AM
Bucknelson, why do you even care? You didn't even see the movie. You must be a real life loser with nothing better to do. If you want to be a film critic, go see the movie first. You sound like a jealous and frustrated simpleton.
Jun 14 - 07:29 AM
Whether or not this film was successful or not, I really enjoyed it...it was creepy, people acted in a believable way, parts were (perhaps unintentionally) laugh-out-loud funny. Everyone in the theater I went to seemed to be really into it, including the person i saw it with.We knew ahead of time that it had received terrible reviews, I honestly think that's why so many people who probably honestly liked it, are going to jump on the stinker band wagon (including said friend I saw it with). I say, give it a chance and enjoy it for what it gets right and try to gloss over what it gets wrong.
Jun 14 - 09:56 PM
I still want my two hours back. God this film sucked.
Jun 16 - 06:32 AM