The Sixth Sense Reviews
So Bruce Willis plays a child specialist. Haley Joel Osment plays a boy who other people consider to be a "freak", because he is secretly getting strange visitations from ghosts. Bruce Willis's character must help him to overcome this problem.
The Sixth Sense was a great start for director M. Night Shyamalan. Not only that, but this film is what introduced me to psychological horror. From the very well directed imagery, to the sense of being followed or chased.
The chemistry between the two actors was an enthralling storyline to watch. Their acting was good also.
It is packed with twists and turns that are unexpected, making the movie almost unpredictable. This is what turned it into a thriller. For me, saying that this is 'good' is a bit of an understatement. I absolutely adored it.
Over all, The Sixth Sense was great when I saw it, but it got even better when I thought about it more, which is absolutely brilliant. 5/5 stars
Creativa y original, una narrativa impecable y una magistral visión de M. Night Sayamalan, quien demuestra su gran talento para con el cine desde sus inicios; un final que muchos encontrarán sorprendente, pero que yo, sin ser petulante, lo deduje desde la mitad de la película.