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• Posted by Smalltown_Poets
• Date: Thursday, July 27, 2006, at 12:43 p.m.
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• In Response to: My problem with Shyamalan... (Josh)

> Shyamalan is an excellent director, an expert at evoking moods and imagery
> and, especially, at selling the film's plots, no matter how preposterous.

I totally agree.

> Of course, as time went on and Shyamalan's films, shall we say,
> "declined" in creative merit, one thing became apparent. However
> great a director he may be (and I think he is - I'd love to see him make a
> proper adaptation of The Time Machine), he's a horrible, horrible,
> HORRIBLE writer.

Shyamalan recently mentioned being considered at one point to direct a Harry Potter and how he'd still love to do it. I personally think that would be fantastic. His direction with someone else's fascinating (and sound) ideas, story and script. And a Harry Potter score by JNH!


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