The Sixth Sense
Reviewed by: RyoKazama534
Horror films. We love to be horrified by them. Scream, Alfred Hitchcock & Chukie. All of these things have the element of fear played heavily. This summer was packed with films of this genre. The Blair Witch Project and The Haunting battled out with each other. But film shone beyond these two. The Sixth Sense is not just a horror film. It is a drama. Intertwining great acting, a seamless & intelligent script and unique cinematography.
I thought that the high point of the film was the acting of Cole. The character played was believable, showed the innocence but at the same time was intelligent for a little boy. Willis' part of Dr. Crowe was okay, but I think had they cast anybody else for Cole, the movie would not have been nearly as effective. This is one of the first kids I've ever seen that new how to look completly scared out of his mind. When he was afraid, you could feel it. When he was sad, you could feel it. When he was happy, you could feel it.
The movies script is what was the best part of it. It was seamless and at the end I found myself looking around for a place where thing didn't fit or if there was a mistake, etc. But nobody that I know, has been able to find a single thing that didn't fit into the script. There were absolutely no flaws. It was perfect and amazing. In the end, it all makes sense. I can't spoil the movie if you haven't seen it because the end is so extremely startling.
This movie was essentially perfect. Except for the fact that Bruce Willis wasn't exactly the best of leads, it was a great movie. I didn't neccescarily like it, because I have this thing against thrillers, but it definitly was a good movie.
Scores for The Sixth Sense
RyoKazama534 -- -- "Seamless script and a great acting job."
JenT99 -- -- "I didn't like it, but it was really good."
NumaTeck -- -- "That movie was kick ass!"