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M. Night Shyamalan's 6 Best Movies

M. Night Shyamalan's 6 Best Movies

James McAvoy, Bruce Willis, and Samuel L. Jackson star in Glass, the new M. Night Shyamalan movie in the same universe as Unbreakable and Split. The movie premieres at O'Neil Cinemas Brickyard Square and O'Neil Cinemas at The Point Thursday, January 16. 

Shyamalan is no stranger to crazy endings and creepy characters. Here are 6 of his best and most memorable films.

 

M. Night Shyamalan's 6 Best Movies

 

The Sixth Sense (1999)

This film became a phenomenon (and spawned the catchphrase "I see dead people"), earning 6 Academy Award nominations including Best Picture. For weeks after the release, everyone had to try not to spoil the twist ending, which was sitting in front of audiences the whole time. Of course Bruce Willis' character was dead—Haley Joel Osment told us so!

 

Unbreakable (2000)

Are there real superhuman heroes living among us? That's what this film asks when Bruce Willis' David Dunn is the only man to survive a fatal train crash without a scratch on him. Things get really interesting when he meets Elijah Price (Samuel L. Jackson). 

 

Signs (2002)

Aliens are among us, in this sci-fi thriller starring Mel Gibson and Joaquin Phoenix, and they're messing with a farmer's crop circles. Creepy. Stuff.

 

The Village (2004)

Just when you think you know what this period chiller is doing, it completely blows your mind. A small isolated village is tormented by a monster in the woods, and only one woman (Bryce Dallas Howard) is brave enough to confront it. But what is the monster?

 

The Visit (2015)

M. Night Shyamalan gets in on the found-footage genre, but completely makes it his own with this twister about two kids who visit their grandparents for the very first time and document the crazy things that go on at night. 

 

Split (2016)

James McAvoy plays a man named Kevin Wendell Crumb with 23 different personalities who kidnaps three girls. But there's a 24th personality that's desperate to emerge and he's beastly. 

 

How Unbreakable and Split Connect to Glass

Set in the same universe, Elijah Price discovers David Dunn using his supernatural abilities to track Kevin Wendell Crumb. But could the three of these men be related somehow?

 

Showtimes/Tickets

For Tickets and Showtimes to Glass, visit oneilcinemas.com and select the theater you want to go to.

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