The Sixth Sense
Many movies today do not have plots. They consist of computer-generated images, poor acting due to the non-realistic aspects of the movies, and relatively bad overall story lines. This is mostly due to the fact that the director is more concerned with the special effects. This can be seen in the movie Star Wars: Episode One: The Phantom Menace. Its story line was weak, and the acting was poor due to the
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really could talk to dead people, and that it was not just some schizophrenic kid. The plot was good, the acting was great, and the surprise ending topped it all off. It is an ending that must be seen to get the real effect of the movie. No other movie this summer puts all of those ingredients into one movie like The Sixth Sense. It has my vote for the best movie of the year.