The Sixth Sense

This movie is a classic and there is no question as to why. Bruce Willis does an incredible job acting and really bringing his character to life. Most horror movies that focus around a child and there issues tend to be annoying and painful to watch. That is not the case with this film because the plot and writing is really next level. The ending is mind-blowing if you don’t know what is happens. The special effects are well executed and timeless. The soundtrack is subtle yet brilliant adding a great atmosphere to the film. Many consider this to be M. Night Shyamalan best work and there is little wonder as to why. If you’re a horror fan you have to see this film.

Bottom Line (Warning Contains Spoilers)

If you don’t know the kid can see ghosts and that Bruce Willis is dead the entire time then I’m sorry this is one of the worst kept secrets in film. The plot is great and Bruce Willis finally coming to terms with his own death and helping the boy through his tough time is original. The twist is brilliant. However once you find this out the film loses it’s greatness and hurts the replay value of the movie.








        Replay Value



          • Great Plot
          • Acting


          • Low Replay Value

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