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> Very middle of the road. I guessed "The amazing twist" a quarter of the
> way through the movie and I'll swear I read a short story years ago,
> perhaps by Fritz Lieber or Frederic Brown that had the same 'amazing
> twist." No, Sixth Sense while the best of his movies, didn't impress
> me. I liked Stir of Echoes much more.
> And I really hated Unbreakable.
> People shouldn't fear their governments, Governments should fear their
> people. -V, V For Vendetta
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> From: nadine gilchrist <biglizzie47@...>
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> Sent: Wed, 2 May 2007 11:05 am
> Subject: Re: [science-fiction] Signs (2002)
> Well, that's pretty unequivocal, lol. Didn't you like The Sixth Sense?
> I thought that DID have a terrific 'twist'...
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Just a warning, don't know the rules of the group on this, so
I also thought of the ending well before it was revealed. I got there
a few minutes late, right after Bruce Willis got shot (sorry but i
forgot the character's name) and my sister (who was seeing it for a
second time) told me the guy got shot. I had heard all the hype about
this having a huge twist so I went for the obvious "He's dead, right?"
So through the whole movie I was thinking like I was watching it for
the second time, noting the clues. Obviously I didn't think the twist
was all that amazing.
That being said, I liked the movie anyway and actually bought it on
DVD. I liked Signs, more for the spiritual plot line than the scifi
plot line, but I didn't like it enough to buy it. I either didn't like
or didn't bother seeing his other movies.