The Sixth Sense Reviews
For example, when the husband sits next to his sleeping wife; she is holding tissues, has been crying and suddenly gets really cold. The wife seems to be angry at the main character throughout the movie, basically "ignoring" him.
I feel like everything is done really well and it all makes sense at the end. This is the type of movie that makes you think, even months and years later. The acting from child actor Haley Joel Osment is top notch; I think he had a natural talent.
Considered one of the best movies of all time.
Played this as best as a kid his can probably can, I was satisfied. His role was incredibly challenging and had to convey so many things, and I think he crushed it. The situation he's in is unimaginably terrifying and tragic.
The mom was great, loved her in this role. Very genuine and believable. Her emotional climax at the end was solid. Bruce Willis was just ok. Did whatever was needed for the story. Nothing spectacular, to be honest.
The story's concept was actually surprisingly well realized for me. The movie managed to show what's his day to day life is like with his extraordinary condition. I could really put myself in my shoes, and immediately realize that "holy fuck, that is absolutely insane and thank goodness that shit's not possible". It was scary and at the same time endlessly sad.
I liked how the story progressed and built itself up slowly, each section of the movie making sense in light of the previous ones. It had a nice stable pace and trajectory. The thing that kinda craps on it all is the insanely abrupt and out of nowhere ending. It just fucking fades to white and then immediate ending credits. No time for any emotions to sink in. Just kind of hastily tied.
The music was pretty much unnoticeable. The camerawork on the other hand was feeling very much alive and organic. It just felt good.
Enjoyed this well enough, things mostly worked. Good movie. Would've definitely enjoyed it more if it wasn't the world's most spoiled movie.