The Sixth Sense Movie Review

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The Sixth Sense
Release Date: 1999
By: Gretchen Robers
“The Sixth Sense” changed the view on life as it is today. After the movie came out the audience was astonished. This movie is one in few movies that have many plot twists throughout the film and leaves hints about what's going to happen in the future. When you are watching the movie, some parts don't make sense. That sounds bad but it’s what makes the movie so great. Uncomprehending the movie makes you question yourself and keeps you watching the movie to see what will happen. M. Night Shyamalan, the director of this fantastic film, made sure that every little detail in the movie had meaning. He also made sure that he picked the correct actors for the position. Dr. Malcolm Crowe was played by Bruce Willis and Cole Sear was played by Haley Joel Osment. In the movie Cole, has a problem that only Dr. Crowe can relate to. But not only does Cole have a major problem, Dr. Crowe struggles with an issue as well. Throughout the movie they both try to overcome their problem with each other by their side. They both need to find their strength and overcome obstacles together which leads this movie to be so great. With the outstanding actors and actresses, The Sixth Sense deserves a 4.5 out of 5 star rating. This movie was put together so well by the director and couldn't have been any better. The only factor that was bad was that some parts in the movie, lighting was off so they should have fixed that to perfection. All in all i definitely recommend “The Sixth Sense” if you love thrillers!
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