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On the Edge
After seeing the new psychological thriller the 6th Sense many people seemed to sit in their seats for a few minutes as the credits began to role. Did they fall asleep probably not, they were trying to figure out watch just happened in the last five minutes of the movie. It shocked audiences because the story line was easy to follow and just when you were ready to call it a night the shocker is revealed. In many other types of movies the ending can be figured out in the first few minutes but not in this movie there is little to no sign of the secret until the end.
The characters in the movie are a very important part of making the movie believable. The part of the young boy is believes he can see dead people is played by Haley Joel Osment. He is an amazing young actor who the audience always seems to like and feel sympathetic for. From the begging of the movie the young boy is shown to be different and an outcast from the other children, hence were the sympathy for the young boy comes from. The other main character is his child psychologist who is played by Bruce Willis. The two characters come together and the care they show towards each other’s remarkable. It even gets to the point where the characters care so much about helping each other that they abandon the other people whom care about them.
The actors in this movie were remarkable. Everyone in the movie did an amazing job of conveying the emotions of their characters. Haley Joel Osment as Cole Sear the young boy, who could see dead people among the living, had an absolutely huge range of emotion to his character. He went from being scared to the point of tears, to being much braver than the average eight-year-old boy and faces his fears. Bruce Willis who is a well-known actor from his years of making movies also had different emotions for his character Dr. Malcolm Crowe. He played a deeply consider doctor at the same time as dealing with his wife who will no longer speak to him
The part of the movie that makes all the rest make sense is the plot line. The plot of the movie in a nutshell is, Malcom Crowe is a child psychologist who receives an award on the same night that he is visited by a very unhappy ex-patient..............
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