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The Sixth Sense

The Sixth Sense (1999)

Rated PG-13 107 min - Mystery Thriller Drama
Following an unexpected tragedy, a child psychologist named Malcolm Crowe meets an nine year old boy named Cole Sear, who is hiding a dark secret.

Directors: M. Night Shyamalan

Cast: Bruce Willis, Haley Joel Osment, Toni Collette, Olivia Williams, and Donnie Wahlberg

Release Date: August 2, 1999

11 Movie Reviews
  • jkbear
    jkbearabout 2 years55 popcorn
    this is a great movie
    • olliebob
      olliebobalmost 3 years55 popcornFeatured
      I LOOOOVE this movie! M. Night Shyamalan is such a great director. Just to be clear, I would not recommend this to the under-thirteen crowd, depending on how much you think they can take. It isn't so scary you'll have nightmares for a month, but it does have it's moments. There is one swear word used once in the entire movie, so keep that in mind if you plan on watch it with younger kids. Okay, the movie is about a boy named Cole. Everyone thinks he's a really weird kid because he acts strange and odd things happen around him, but here's his secret. He sees dead people. He has his whole life. They are always with him, they talk to him, follow him, and sometimes even try to hurt him. Some of them don't even know they're dead. He starts seeing a therapist because his loving mother thinks he's having a hard time after his dad left. Cole eventually tells the therapist his secret, and he tries to help him to not be afraid of the people, but hearing out these ghosts can reveal dark and surprising secrets. I figured out the ending before it came, but that just means that there was good foreshadowing and the plot made sense. Be warned, the dead people are shown looking how they did when they died (bullet wounds, fire, poison, hanging) so if you're not good with blood or gore (not excessive) you may want to cover your eyes. I'm fine with all of that stuff but my older sister hides under her blanket sometimes during the movie. It does have a couple jump-scares, and more than a few intense moments, but I LOVE that kind of stuff. I would totally recommend this movie.
      • astrydnayanahs
        astrydnayanahsover 4 years44 popcorn
        This movie was pretty awesome, I really liked the plot twist at the end (not giving out any spoilers) and I liked the slight creepiness to it, and they managed to keep it real throughout it all.
        • igotswag
          igotswagabout 6 years55 popcorn
          • gracieglam
            gracieglamabout 7 years44 popcorn
            I wold NOT like to be him!!
            • igotswag
              igotswagabout 6 years55 popcorn
              YEAH but the dead people just wanted help not to hurt him
              • igotswag
                igotswagabout 6 years55 popcorn
                The ending I knew it was coming because no one noticed the guy before so I thought he was dead
            • 11mm
              11mmabout 7 years
              • divergentrocks
                divergentrocksabout 8 years55 popcorn
                This kid the most adorable kid actor EVER. There is SUCH a twist at the end and it make you end up understanding EVERYTHING!!! Truly amazing
                • gap430
                  gap430almost 9 years44 popcorn
                  This movie was really creepy. In the beginning, I thought the man that got shot was just hurt. At the end, I realized he was dead the whole movie. I know that because a little boy has six senses. He can talk to ghosts. He is talking to the dead father the whole movie.
                  • wafflexd
                    wafflexdabout 10 years55 popcornFeatured
                    omg im first commenter! this is my favorite horror movie. haley joel osment is just the cutest little kid and the best child actor ever, hands down. forget the olsen twins. bleh. love this movie! not a very violent story, thats good.