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Shyamalan is the Anurag Kashyap of Hollywood
by dblpw on Jul 06, 2010 11:17 PM

Don't worry Mr. Shyamalan. You are the Anurag Kashyap of Hollywood. Most people are too dumb to get you.

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Purvesh Gada
He is good
by Purvesh Gada on Jul 05, 2010 02:12 PM  | Hide replies

Village is one of the best movies i have seen.

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Re: He is good
by Prometheus on Jul 05, 2010 09:25 PM
An apt comment on your level of intelligence.. or perhaps the lack of it.

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Re: Re: He is good
by dblpw on Jul 06, 2010 11:22 PM
Did you catch the subtleties in the movie? Did the music strike you at a deep level? Did the twist amaze you and did you catch the summary/moral of the movie? Obviously not. So it doesn't suit you to talk of intelligence.

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by P R on Jul 05, 2010 07:21 AM

Most of his scripts are slow and boring. Who will keep on waiting for that one little surprise in his films?

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Tamilian ego at play Shyamalam is no genious
by Surya on Jul 05, 2010 07:18 AM

He is a one hit wonder.

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Foo Bar
Critics == losers
by Foo Bar on Jul 04, 2010 10:24 PM  | Hide replies

Critics are akin to H.R. or recruiters : they are loosely associated with the profession, and think that they are Gods, but are actually losers who failed to succeed at doing anything critical, anything that takes genuine effort and creativity, in life. Yes, Raja Sen, you.

I've noticed that in general, middlemen == parasites. I mean, who needs an effing critic when you have friends whose opinion you trust?? Who needs effing recruiters when you have good credentials in your industry?

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arun natarajan
Re: Critics == losers
by arun natarajan on Jul 05, 2010 05:17 PM
well said man...that was a bulls eye. people who critize can not do anything properly and fail miserably

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by CHATUR on Jul 04, 2010 10:21 PM  | Hide replies


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sudhir dhar
by sudhir dhar on Jul 05, 2010 03:08 AM
he ia s Hindu, so how is he a covert?

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Dipanjan Biswas
Not for everyone
by Dipanjan Biswas on Jul 04, 2010 10:09 PM  | Hide replies

I'm sure Mr.Shyamalan's movies have a cult following ... but wouldn't expect Joe Sixpack to get very excited about them. My favorite (after Sixth Sense) remains Unbreakable. The premise and Samuel L Jackson's character were simply astounding. Village was also gripping. Hope Mr. Shyamalan doesn't let the negative reviews dampen his spirit ... there are people out here who crave for his movies ... box office be damned

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Re: Not for everyone
by deepak on Jul 04, 2010 10:23 PM
6th Sense has to one of the greatest movies of all times..Unbreakable is good too..but others are too predectible and sometimes boring. Shyamalan needs to learn to make his movies interesting- he is too talented not to be successful

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slayer slayer
Re: Not for everyone
by slayer slayer on Jul 05, 2010 01:18 PM
if u liked and got gripped by the village... then joe sixpack has a better taste than you in thrillers.......where does the stupid joe sixpack stereotype originate from?

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fonz thomas
suarez for president
by fonz thomas on Jul 03, 2010 03:29 AM

i thought sixth sense was awesome, signs is one of the best alien movies i have ever seen, the village was really good as well. I have also heard a lot of really good reviews for the movie unbreakable.One advise to MNS is to stop acting in all his movies. that role he did in signs was awful.

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