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|The Sixth Sense |
Collector's Edition Series
Actors: Bruce Willis, Haley Joel Osment, Toni Collette, Olivia Williams, Trevor Morgan
Director: M. Night Shyamalan
Genres: Horror, Mystery & Suspense
Hollywood superstar Bruce Willis (ARMAGEDDON, THE SIEGE) brings a powerful presence to an edge-of-your-seat thriller from writer-director M. Night Shyamalan (Oscar(R)-nominee for Best Original Screenplay and Best Director)... more »
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MaryAnn W. from SAINT LOUIS, MO
Reviewed on 2/24/2013...
What a pleasure to see Bruce Willis in a movie where he is not blowing everything up. This film is a little scary but well worth it.
Robert S. (Bo) from APO, AP
Reviewed on 12/11/2012...
The twist at the end makes this one a classic.
1 of 1 member(s) found this review helpful.
Chad B. (abrnt1) from CABERY, IL
Reviewed on 1/27/2012...
I found this film to be somewhat cliched at times. It telegraphs what's happening early on so that if you pay attention to the Bruce Willis character it's easy to find out the big surprise. The far superior Stir of Echoes (based on the novel by Richarad Matheson-if you don't know who that is you really need to find out asap) was released around the same time and didn't get the attention it deserved. The Sixth Sense almost seems to be a pale imitation of that film.
0 of 4 member(s) found this review helpful.
Nancy W. from CHARLOTTE, NC
Reviewed on 12/30/2010...
Great movie. Will keep you on the edge of your seat up to the end. Surprise!!!
6 of 6 member(s) found this review helpful.
Great acting, great screenplay
Reb | Florida | 01/24/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Have you ever watched a scary movie in the dark, and almost swore you saw someone moving out of the corener of your eye? I have, and after seeing this movie it happened a lot more."The Sixth Sense" has great performances from Bruce Willis (who plays Malcolm, an emotionally wounded psychologist)and Haley Joel Osment (who plays Cole, a little boy with a remarkable gift:he sees dead people) The screenplay is wonderful."They don't know they're dead," laments Cole."They think they're alive.They see what they want to see." Malcolm is determined to help him. His marriage has been failing ever since an old case that showed almost the same symtoms shot him in the side and then killed himself.Malcolm is determined not to let that happen to Cole.This is a remarkable movie with a Hitchcokian twist at the end.Watch it, and you'll be doing double takes next time you feel that strange presence behind your back."
Perhaps the best film of 1999.
Nathan Alderman | Washington, DC | 01/15/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Writer/director M. Night Shymalan's "The Sixth Sense" is that rarest of breeds: an intelligent, well-made film that conquered the box office. Equal parts mystery, drama and bone-chilling horror, "Sense" deals with a weary, wounded child psychologist (Bruce Willis) whose latest patient (the remarkable Haley Joel Osment) has a mysterious and terrible gift: he sees ghosts.Shymalan, ably assisted by Tak Fujimoto's brilliantly icy cinematography, wrings suspense and terror out of empty doorways, split-second glimpses of figures in the background, and unknown things lurking in the dark. But this is hardly a cheap slasher film: perhaps the most wonderful aspect of this film is its message, that fear can be conquered through understanding and compassion.Cleverly plotted, bolstered by fine performances from Olivia Williams as Willis's melancholy wife and Toni Colette as Osment's worried mom, and graced with a twist ending worthy of Hitchcock, "The Sixth Sense" is a magnificently creepy film that will have you jumping at shadows long after it's over."
You don't need a "Sixth Sense" to tell this one is good!
chrisignis | Columbia, SC USA | 01/23/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)
"There has never been a type of movie with more allure than the thriller series. Many have scared the socks off of their poor audience, with a paticular tip of the hat to "The Blair Witch Project," but this movie is different. The movie tells you with its story, its tone, and its color that something will happen, but you can not put your finger on it until the end. The movie supports no "cheap scares" present in movies like Scream in which a scene is not scary, just sudden and startling. This movie, "The Sixth Sense," Will make you afraid. Afraid of the dark, and afraid of being alone. The genuine surprise ending added closure to a genuine 21st century scary movie. And, with added footage, you will not want to miss "The Sixth Sense." Note: This movie is only for those who are not afraid to be truly afraid."