#1
So, anybody see the commercial for the first film of this trilogy? I know a lot of you guys don't like M Night Shyamalan, but I personally place his first 4 movies among my top 10 favorites. When he does scary films, he does them right.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aINOilb_Kzc

I personally think this looks really, really good. Anyone else actually really excited?
#2
Meh.

I liked signs though, despite how stupid it was.
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#3
This may be a bit unreasonable, but after what he did to Avatar, I don't think I want to see any more of his movies.

I'm not saying it won't be good or anything, I just don't want to see it.
#4
Looks interesting. I've always liked Shamalamas horror stuff.


Also, that chick in the trailer had a nice rack
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#5
People who can suck my left nut if they hate on Shyamalan.
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On topic, I haven't seen this until this thread, and I'm anxious now
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I personally think this looks really, really good. Anyone else actually really excited?

I'm not really excited, but it definitely looks like a great movie.

Here's the Wiki page if anyone wants it: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Devil_%28film%29

Could be a good trilogy. The trailer was definitely intriguing. I like movies that make you think, and that's usually M Night Shyamalan's strong suit. Hopefully I'll see this in theaters.
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#7
Unbreakable and The Sixth Sense are really good. Signs was okay. The Happening was absolutely awful. only movies of his I've seen. I'm not a hater so I'll give it a shot.

Unbreakable is one of my favorite films though.
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#8
after reading the comments of that video, I find it very sad how closed minded most people are. Majority of people have not even SEEN movie of the movies they are talking shit about, and they wont be giving anything else he comes up with a chance because of it.
#9
Given how much I loved Unbreakable and Signs, I always find myself wanting to give him a second, third, fourth chance. I just keep coming out disappointed with him now. I definitely will see this, it might be his redemption. I'm hopeful

Edit: I found it really dumb, however, that the movie poster features an upside down cross. It doesn't have anything to do with the devil at all, the upside down cross is a symbol for Peter, the first pope. Kinda facepalmed for the movie industry.
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#10
I don't think he's directing it and I don't think he wrote it. I think he's more "Grandfathering" this, which is probably for the best.

I like Night's first few movies. They always look really good. But his dialogue has always been on the weaker side. And he doesn't great performances out of his actors. So this is kind of what I was hoping for. I like that he's having some help, and hopefully that will bring the quality of his movies up.
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Given how much I loved Unbreakable and Signs, I always find myself wanting to give him a second, third, fourth chance. I just keep coming out disappointed with him now. I definitely will see this, it might be his redemption. I'm hopeful

Edit: I found it really dumb, however, that the movie poster features an upside down cross. It doesn't have anything to do with the devil at all, the upside down cross is a symbol for Peter, the first pope. Kinda facepalmed for the movie industry.
Like it or not, it's often seen as an anti-Christian or demonic symbol, even more so than it is seen as a symbol for Peter, in the modern word.
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I don't think he's directing it and I don't think he wrote it. I think he's more "Grandfathering" this, which is probably for the best.

I like Night's first few movies. They always look really good. But his dialogue has always been on the weaker side. And he doesn't great performances out of his actors. So this is kind of what I was hoping for. I like that he's having some help, and hopefully that will bring the quality of his movies up.



The wiki said he wrote the story, but he's not directing it. He's only producing it.
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#13
After The Happening I'm slightly sceptical, but it looks alright. I might check it out.
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#14
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I'm not really excited, but it definitely looks like a great movie.

Here's the Wiki page if anyone wants it: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Devil_%28film%29

Could be a good trilogy. The trailer was definitely intriguing. I like movies that make you think, and that's usually M Night Shyamalan's strong suit. Hopefully I'll see this in theaters.

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also, film looks average, not amazing but not terrible, but I probably won't go see it.
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#15
apparently its (loosley) based on this

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ten_Little_Indians_(novel)

Edit:

well after reading it, seems quite interesting and i want to read the book

plus im sure i will read it how it was meant to be, replacing indian with the original word (and then chuckling to myself)
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#16
haha I remember reading about that book. The story is awesome. This will obviously be completely different though since its a different setting, but I can see the same type of thing go down.

Also, I loved The 6th Sense and Signs was pretty good, and Unbreakable is one of my favorites. I didn't like the Lady in the Water though and haven't seen the other but judging from other people they're not very good. I'll give this a shot though.
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apparently its (loosley) based on this

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ten_Little_Indians_(novel)

Edit:

well after reading it, seems quite interesting and i want to read the book

plus im sure i will read it how it was meant to be, replacing indian with the original word (and then chuckling to myself)

Really? I'm a bit more interested, now. And Then There Were None was a fantastic book.
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The wiki said he wrote the story, but he's not directing it. He's only producing it.
It says story by. But the screenplay was written by somebody else.

I've now watched the trailer. Looks watchable.
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Quote by Hames3rd
apparently its (loosley) based on this

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ten_Little_Indians_(novel)

Edit:

well after reading it, seems quite interesting and i want to read the book

plus im sure i will read it how it was meant to be, replacing indian with the original word (and then chuckling to myself)


I highly reccomend the book. I'm more interested in this film now, especially seeing as he isn't actually directing it (as far as I can tell). Shyamalin is a great storyteller, but directing really isn't his forté.
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