M. Night Shyamalan

Lady in the Water (2006)

Rated PG-13

When apartment building manager Cleveland Heep discovers a water nymph residing in the complex’s swimming pool, he rearranges his life to help her return to her mythical home. But if he fails, it may mean the end for her world — and for his. Helmed by Oscar-nominated director M. Night Shyamalan, this unconventional bedtime story was first conceived as a fable for his children.

Signs (2002)

Rated PG-13

Everything farmer and former priest Graham Hess believes about the world changes when he finds an intricate pattern of circles carved into his fields, mysterious markings that cause a media frenzy and test Hess’s faith. Ultimately, he uncovers the circles’ origins, which will forever alter his and his family’s lives.

The Sixth Sense (1999)

Rated PG-13

When young Cole Sear inexplicably starts seeing dead people, he lands in the care of child psychologist Dr. Malcolm Crowe, who is determined to uncover the truth behind Cole’s remarkable paranormal abilities. M. Night Shyamalan writes and directs this plot twist-filled chiller.

The Village (2004)

Rated PG-13

This chilling tale about an isolated village whose residents face the constant threat of evil creatures. The villagers’ lives are changed forever when one of them decides to venture beyond the town borders to see what’s lurking in the surrounding woods and makes an unexpected discovery.

Wide Awake (1998)

Rated PG

Writer-director M. Night Shyamalan’s first Hollywood venture explores the mysteries of the afterlife through 10-year-old Joshua. After losing his grandfather to cancer, the boy sets out to find God — but quickly realizes the search won’t be easy. With the support of his family and the sports-loving Sister Terry at his Catholic boys’ school, Joshua comes to find the peace of mind he’s been looking for.

This was an amazing film.  It is completely different from the other movies by Night. You will be surprised by how well done this film is.

Synopsis by Netflix.

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