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M. Night Shyamalan Box Set (6 Discs)

Featuring: Bruce Willis, Haley Joel Osment & Toni Collette

Format: DVD | Rating: 15 years & over

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| | See all Drainer's reviews (21)

I recently recieved this and it super awesome.
The box set conatins 4 cases, one for each film so you can take them out so it looks like they have been bought separately.

- The Sixth Sense is a 2 Disc Collector's Edition
- Unbreakable is a 2 Disc Collector's Edition.
- All the movies contains some bonus features.
- Looks great

- All movies could have been 2 Disc Collecto'rs Editions.
- The sideview of the DVD's could all have been the same, because the sideview information on each film differs slightly in position (if you know what I mean).

Overall this is a very good box set and I'm very satisfied.

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  4 of M. Night Shyamalans greatest films

| | See all Horrormovielover's reviews (12)

The Sixth Sense *****
M. Nights best film by far, very genuinely creepy moments and great performances from Bruce Willis, Toni Collette and Hayley Joel Osment. The film does start to lose it's edge in the last third but is made up for with a fantastic ending.

Unbreakable ***1/2
A slight disappointment after the Sixth Sense, while it has a good story and solid acting, the ending was weak.

Signs ****
A film about faith and aliens, sounds like an odd combination but it surprisingly works very well. Mel Gibson and Joaquin Pheonix deliver solid performances and the child actors are very good, the family is very well developed and are likeable.

The Village ****1/2
An very underrated film, first of all this is not a horror film (as it was marketed) it is a period drama with a few chilling moments. The sets and costumes are brilliant, the acting was great especially Bryce Dallas Howard. A very good turn of events in the last third, and a good twist that has a good message to tell.