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Following the smash hit The Sixth Sense (1999) and the under-performing follow-up Unbreakable (2000), directing phenom M. Night Shyamalan returns to the summer box office landscape that served as the backdrop for his cinematic breakthrough. In Signs, another paranormal outing for the writer-director, Shyamalan explores the eerie implications of a 500-foot crop circle that mysteriously appears on the Bucks County, PA farm of reverend Graham Hess (Mel Gibson). As Hess and his family (Joaquin Phoenix, Rory Culkin, Abigail ...

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Margaret H

Jul 5, 2012

Good Movie

This is not the best movie Shyamalan has done. But I still like it. I wish that he would have shown more of the alien.

OldDawg

Oct 8, 2008

Typical Shyamalan Surprise!

This tremendous movie adds to the legend of Shyamalan. You must see it through to the end. And when you're done, you'll want to watch it again to catch anything you missed. Part sci-fi thriller and part movie about faith, Signs is the story of a father (Gibson), a former reverend who has lost faith, and his family as they come to realize that the crop circles in their fields may not be hoaxes. The story is not only about the "signs" of the crop circles, but it is more so about the "signs" all around us. Another incredibly stunning ending that have come to define Shyamalan's work. I highly recommend this as a must-see movie... and then watch it again!!

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