The Sixth Sense: A Splendid Movie; but didn’t enjoy it well enough :(
A few days ago I sat and saw yet another classic by M.Night Shyamalan “The Sixth Sense”. It’s deals with the last case of a child psychologist.
Of course, I am not going to say the whole story except that it’s a splendid movie and a must see. It’s like the best ones I have ever seen; except that the movie experience was wrecked a bit.
The movie deals with, just like his other movies, with a very different theme (nice try; thought I’d say something here about the story didn’t you? tough luck my friend tough luck). Of course, if you read about the movie and see it, you are definitely going to get bored like hell because the entire movie is sort of a bit of drag until the final scene; save a few shocks in the middle. Of course, every experience of the central character is like shocking. But the whole movie strikes you like a bolt from the blue at the very end; just like in The Shawshank Redemption.
The whole movie is aimed at giving a rich user experience with a lot of thrills, chills and excitements that actually will keep you at the edge of your seat. It’s a wholly superb ride that takes you places, thoughts and ultimately says that all that’s needed is a bit of trust. Do not miss this movie: it’s a splendid movie that ultimately unwinds itself in the last moments of the movie.
Ultimately, of course two things get conveyed: “Fear can hold you prisoner. Hope can set you free” and “You never really know who you are”.