|Lurchi - 2009-11-21 |
Good job, "Night." You're a national joke.
Is this even his worst movie?
Yes, because I got dragged to the theatre to see The Happening whereas I saw this at home and had the satisfaction of using the DVD as a frisbee afterward.
|pineapplejuicer - 2009-11-21 |
my favorite true story i have to tell from my life is that i almost killed m. night shyamalan. i worked on the farm in PA where they filmed "The Village" and i came flying around a corner in a truck and stopped inches from an Indian guy holding a glass of wine and talking on a cell phone in the middle of the road. he looked shaken and gave me a grateful wave. i didn't think anything of it at the time and then a week later my boss asked me if i knew i had almost killed a famous director.
so in summary, i could have prevented The Happening. I'm sorry everyone.
ps - Senator_Unger worked there too!
He was intentionally walking into the path of your truck because the plants told him to.
BRING ME THE HEAD OF M. NIGHT SHYAMALAN!
Paul WS Anderson's head too, if possible.
that's always been my solace, that if i had killed him he would have been remembered as a genius instead of going on to obliterate his own career with progressively more asinine movies.
|Xenocide - 2009-11-21 |
And this is the part where the hack director who has been coasting on his one success for a decade attempts a clumsy meta-joke. He'll make a desperate attempt at regaining his credibility but he'll be a half...second...too...late.
|Camonk - 2009-11-21 |
What the shit
Human people were involved in making this?
|oogaBooga - 2009-11-21 |
HOLY MOTHER OF GOD THAT WAS A TERRIBLE SCENE
|Wander - 2009-11-22 |
In another part of this movie, a writer played by Shyamalan is told that a magic prophecy says he will write something that will save all of humankind.
|Ponasty - 2009-11-22 |
The Happening was the Claratin ad that Alfred Hitchcock never made.
|klingerbgoode - 2010-02-17 |
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