105 Min. | Drama – Mystery – Thriller | November 1999
IMDB Rating: 8.1
Director: M. Night Shyamalan
Starring: Bruce Willis, Haley Joel Osment, Toni Collette
The Sixth Sense Review
Nevertheless, there can be no denying that the twist in “The Sixth Sense” is particularly clever. It’s no virtue if a twist is impossible to predict. It is just as important that the twist be logical as that it be surprising. Plenty of thrillers feature twists that are arbitrary, where the plot fails to provide enough hints. Even a clever thriller like “Fight Club” requires a bit of a stretch to accept the ending. What makes “The Sixth Sense” impressive is that it never cheats by suggesting that earlier scenes were imaginary. Everything we see is real, and only our assumptions fool us. If, however, you weren’t fooled, all the better, just because you figure out the magician’s trick does not make it a bad trick.
Consider what appears to be happening in The Sixth Sense. Willis plays a psychiatrist who has received accolades for helping children with problems. We see a romantic evening with him and his wife at home. Then he gets into an ugly, violent confrontation with a former patient. Willis believes he has failed, and he wants to make amends by helping a new child (Haley Joel Osment) who appears to be having the same problems (and perhaps the same abilities) that his former patient once displayed. But just as he thinks he’s making progress with Osment, his marriage seems to be falling apart. His wife isn’t talking to him, and is beginning to see another man.
However these events may be reinterpreted by what is revealed later, The Sixth Sense is effective because it works on this basic level. In a key scene, Willis asks Osment what he wants most, and Osment answers, “don’t want to be scared anymore.” It is not always clear that Osment is really facing a mortal threat. But because the movie establishes that he is undergoing a scary experience, by the time the movie reveals what it is that is frightening him, we have our emotions invested in the character, and the terror is very real to us. This is a step that most horror films neglect, the recognition that the most powerful fear may be the fear of fear itself. Like all good horror films, “The Sixth Sense” allows the suspense to build and does not rely on either excessive violence or cheap scares. The ending adds an additional level of intrigue, but it is not necessary to one’s enjoyment during the first viewing.
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