The Sight (2000)





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Filmed in London, the cable-TV movie The Sight stars Andrew McCarthy as American architect Michael Lewis. Like the youthful protagonist in the theatrical feature Sixth Sense, the reluctantly psychic Michael "sees dead people." In fact, he sees the ghosts of 21 dead people in a single location, the old British hotel that he has been hired to refurbish. Michael's disturbing "gift" ultimately leads him to the eight victims of a contemporary serial killer -- and, armed with the cryptic clues supplied by these restless spirits, the hero races against time to prevent murder number nine. The pilot film for an unsold weekly TV series, The Sight was broadcast October 29, 2000 over the FX cable network.
Art House & International , Drama , Horror , Mystery & Suspense , Television
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Impact Pictures


Andrew McCarthy
as Michael Lewis
Honor Blackman
as Margaret Smith
Kevin Tighe
as Jacob Caine
Amanda Redman
as Det. Pryce
Alexander Armstrong
as Charles Dodgson
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Audience Reviews for The Sight

A poor thriller and rip-off of 'The Sixth Sense', that was intended to be a pilot to something bigger, but failed.

Robert Mott
Robert Mott

I never found it convincing, the story is pretty lame and the cast is bland. It sure sounded a lot better than the final product ended up. Rather ordinary.

James Higgins
James Higgins

The ending seemed obvious to me. It showed a picture of the twin towers in ruins. But the thing is that the copyright for the movie is 2000, not 2001. Did they not actually finish it until 2001, so that they could hint about 9/11, or was that a weird precient thing?

Caroline Arakelian
Caroline Arakelian

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