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89. The Sixth Sense

“A boy who communicates with spirits that don’t know they’re dead seeks the help of a disheartened child psychologist.”

First, let me say that I tried really hard to not let my dislike for M. 682 more words

Film

Devil: an Underrated Movie

Nowadays whenever M. Night Shyamalan is associated with something, moviegoers just want to get away from it as far as possible. His name was so poisonous that in the poster of his latest film, After Earth, his name was not visibly printed. 588 more words

Horror Movie

Jeff, who lives at home

Daí que procurando por outros filmes com o Jason Segel eu acabei encontrando este Jeff, who lives at home, de 2011, dirigido pelos irmãos Jay e Mark Duplass (este, aliás, mais conhecido pelos filmes em que atua, tais como… 141 more words

Cinema Independente

Genre Grandeur - Signs (2002)

Here’s a review from Cara of Silver Screen Serenade who chose this month’s Genre.  If you don’t already follow her site, go there and catch the tail end of her spectacular Blogiversary event that has been going on for a few weeks. 884 more words

Genre Grandeur

caragale reblogged this and commented:

MovieRob is at it again with another excellent month of Genre Grandeur! I actually picked the theme this month, which is all about alien movies. If you guys haven't already joined in, don't fret--you still can! Type up a little something and send it Rob's way by Friday, and you can be a part of the fun. Anyway, here's my review of one of my favorite alien films, Signs!

Review: M. Night Shyamalan's "The Happening"

“Sir, we lost contact.”
“With whom?”
“Everyone.”

I admit it. M. Night Shyamalan scares the beejezus out of me. I have watched, and actually own a few of his movies. 536 more words

Earth

The Zach Braff Issue

With the recent release, and critical panning, of Zach Braff’s latest film, Wish I Was Here, there has been a large rebirth of angry backlash… 3,774 more words

Movies

Guest Post: M. Night Shyamalan Movies You Should Watch

If you’re not familiar with the name M. Night Shyamalan, you should be. More recently, you would recognize his films like The Last Airbender or that one where trees take revenge on mankind by driving them all to suicide (I don’t recommend it). 742 more words

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