M. Night Shyamalan has continued his gold streak from The Sixth Sense (1999), Unbreakable (2000) and Signs (2002). His last film with the Walt Disney company is entitled The Village (2004). Set in the 19th century, a village of people living in isolation are afraid of leaving the village and going into the woods. However, … Continue reading Underrated Masterpieces: The Village
The second film by M. Night Shyamalan after his worldwide success with The Sixth Sense (1999) followed by Unbreakable (2000), Signs (2002) has an unusual take on alien invasions for his first post-9/11 film that resonates in the era. Taking place in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, Father Graham Hess (Mel Gibson) lost his faith after his … Continue reading Timeless Classics: Signs
The Cat in the Hat (2003) is a good film adaptation of a Dr. Seuss classic but not good enough/memorable compared to How the Grinch Stole Christmas (2000) because it uses a colossal amount of hidden jokes, kind of like in Mike Myers' Shrek series. That way, it can be enjoyed by both children and … Continue reading Hidden Jokes in The Cat in the Hat
I saw Kelly Marie Tran, who acted in Star Wars: The Last Jedi (2017) and I am glad she broke her silence about internet harassment. I have been a victim of internet harassment because of my creative views and unnecessary criticism towards my liking of M. Night Shyamalan and unpopular works. I remember when people … Continue reading I Stand with Kelly Marie Tran
Before The Emperor's New Groove (2000) was published, it originally began as an animated film by Roger Allers called Kingdom of the Sun in 1994. The plot of the prototype is based on The Prince and the Pauper. A llama herder named Pacha (Owen Wilson) wanted to switch places with Emperor Manco (David Spade), whom … Continue reading Fun Facts: The Emperor’s New Groove/Kingdom of the Sun
To start my Shyamalan Sundays series, I decided to make my own production company for my videos called February Autism Productions. Like how many artists created their own production companies, mine showcases my talent including writing.
A lot of people expect out of bounds characters to appear in NetherRealm games such as a kiddie cartoon character like SpongeBob. But from Ed Boon's nature, he likes to have guests that sort of fit into the tone of his games. David Dunn from Unbreakable (2000): M. Night Shyamalan made his own superhero whose … Continue reading Possible Guest Fighters for Injustice 3