The Sixth Sense / Signs / The Village (Triple Feature 3-DVD Set)
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THE SIXTH SENSE: Hollywood superstar Bruce Willis brings a powerful presence to M. Night Shyamalan's critically acclaimed supernatural thriller. When Dr. Malcolm Crowe, a distinguished child psychologist, meets Cole Sear (Haley Joel Osment), a frightened and confused eight-year-old with a mysterious sixth sense, they make an astonishing discovery that will leave you breathless. SIGNS: From M. Night Shyamalan comes the riveting story of one family in the middle of a mysterious and mind-blowing event. Graham Hess (Mel Gibson) awakens to discover a 500-foot crop circle in his backyard. When similar signs begin to appear all over the world, Graham readies his family for a frightening invasion from another world. THE VILLAGE: The director who brought you some of the world's greatest thrillers is back with another thought-provoking triumph crawling with surprises and frightening twists. An isolated, tight-knit community lives in mortal fear of an evil force inhibiting the forbidden forest just beyond their village. With unforgettable performances by an all-star cast, THE VILLAGE is first-rate entertainment that will have you at the edge of your seat!
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This is based on my 3-pack, so I can't guarantee all are the same:
You get 3 separate discs, one for each movie...all in the one case:
The Sixth Sense:
Widescreen; PG-13; Surround Sound/Dolby Digital; French Language track; Digitally Mastered; Canadian Rating: 14A;
Region 1; *
Widescreen; PG-13; Surround Sound/Dolby Digital; Digitally Mastered; THX-certified; Canada Rating: PG; French Language Track; Region: 1; *
Widescreen; PG-13; THX-Certified including THX optimizer; Dolby Digital 5.1 EX Surround Sound; Enhanced for 16x9 TV; French Language Track; Canadian Rating: PG; Digitally Mastered; Region 1; *
Concerning all 3 discs:
*Some content on these discs may not be subtitled; some players may not be able to access all features; Dual-layer format: layer transition may trigger a slight pause.
None of the ones I received were Blue-Ray.
Personal note: I love The Sixth Sense and The Village (and Unbreakable, not included here) most of all Shyamalan films, but can recommend them all (including Devil, for which he just wrote the screenplay). The thing I don't love is when sellers don't give you the info on what you're buying, which is far too common on Amazon. Hope this helps!
My favorite of these is probably "Signs" because it mixes in so much humor. The aliens were pretty scary, I watched this damn thing like, five times before I saw the alien by the chimney and almost crapped myself when I finally did. Joaquin Phoenix was adorable as the dorky ex-jock brother. All the actors were spot on. The alien at the end is starting to look a little dated compared to new computer effects, but that's my only beef.
"Sixth Sense" has become an internet meme cliche I guess, but its great the first time you see it (provided some douche hasn't already spoiled it for ya).
And when I watched "The Village" in theater my bestie and I both ended up in my date's lap whenever the creature is walking toward Bryce Dallas Howard on the porch... And once again Joaquin Phoenix is eye candy. Also, Adrian Brody as a special needs guy was a tear-jerker. Like an attempted-murder-ing "What's Eating Gilbert Grape."
Family Guy does make the "What a twist!" jokes for a reason, Shyamalan does employ that in all his films, but in all seriousness its done pretty well in ways that, while maybe not all that gasp-worthy, are still at least interesting. Definitely worth watching.
Probably not for the hardcore, gore-and-bouncey-tits lovers. "Horror-lite" designation. Suspenseful, but not Liam Neeson suspense.
Signs is also dynamite. I loved the settings and atmosphere through the entire movie. The dialogue was very clever and entertaining. Their acting was just superb. Some may think a couple scenes are hokey--(seeing the movie you'll know what I mean), but I didn't. There was lots of suspense and drama weaving in and out of the plot to keep things very interesting.
The Village is somewhat slow. It's an o.k. movie, but wouldn't watch it a 2nd time. The premise is very interesting, a bit suspenseful and the conclusion surprising. Don't give up watching it, see it through the end.