There’s often a moment when you realize the movie you are watching is about to get really good. In The Sixth Sense that moment comes when little Cole Sear, tucked in tight under his blankets, says in a low but ominous whisper, “I see dead people.” But unlike other 8-year-olds, Cole isn’t afraid of monsters in his closet. He really sees dead people, walking around like regular people. Like most Hollywood ghosts, these are dead folks with unfinished business, and they want Cole to help them before they can leave our world behind. His biggest project is to help troubled child psychologist Malcolm Crowe come to the harsh realization that he is actually dead — a shocking twist ending that established (and possibly forever ruined) the career of M. Night Shyamalan.
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