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| Posted by Timmy B. |
Date: Tuesday, July 25, 2006, at 3:37 p.m.
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In Response to: My problem with The Sixth Sense... (Smalltown_Poets)
> I find it a whole new movie as well: a laughable one. While Willis and
> Osment give effective performances, I frankly find the The Sixth Sense
> absolutely ridiculous upon rewatching. How can someone think they are
> "alive" for long streches of their existence and never realize
> that they are never hungry, never bathe, never take a friggin crap, that,
> even though he thinks he lives in a city and thinks he is employed as a
> psychiatrist, NO ONE HAS ACTUALLY SPOKEN TO HIM FOR MONTHS, etc.
> He's either extremely stupid, or perhaps the least observant person in the
> history of man. Either way, not the kind of protagonist I can take
> seriously for a film that yearns for such dramatic moments.
Very incisive. I never thought of those problems... I remember thinking of millions of plot holes with The Village after seeing it for the first time but don't remember them anymore for some reason. And, Signs, well I think that it takes someone with A LOT of faith to think that everything happens for a reason--what about all the people who died from the aliens and all the other horrible things that happened in the story? I have a problem with the phrase "everything happens for a reason" in a story *and* of course in real life: To say that everything can only be one way and it is as best as it can be is irrational in my opinion. Even worse than saying this is the denial of horror in our world by saying that all that is bad is actually good.
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