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View Full Version : Unbreakable coming in June-Anyone see it in the theater? And what'd you think.


Max
03-07-01, 08:09 AM
I really wanted to see this but missed it....what'd you think?

Title: Unbreakable
Street date: 2001-06-26
Number of discs: 2
Features: anamorphic, commentary, story featurette, effects featurette, production featurette, trailers
Genre: triller

goatboy
03-07-01, 11:10 AM
I liked it. I know alot of my friends did not, but I thoroughly enjoyed the movie. M Night directed it, knowing that fans would come into the film, with Sixth Sense weighing heavily on their minds. In that respect, he kind of pulled the rug out from under them, with the story line. I won't give anything away, but it's safe to say that everyone ends up overanalyzing it...and that's the whole inside joke of the film, and that's why I appreciated what he was doing. I'm planning on pre-ordering it.:D

Grizzly
03-07-01, 11:52 AM
best movie of 2000 in my opinion. (superior to <b>The Sixth Sense</b> too if you ask me) it seems to be a love/hate film though so i'd probably recommend to rent it first because some absolutely love it and some absolutely hate it.

veloce
03-07-01, 12:34 PM
Stinky!

Rico Diablo
03-07-01, 12:48 PM
I enjoyed it a great deal. I do agree, though, that if you aren't sure, you should probably rent it first. You'll either love it or hate it, just like the people say.

But I'm definitely going to pick it up when it comes out.

bulletproof
03-07-01, 06:27 PM
I like movies that make me think after watching them. unbreakable did that for me, so I will definitely pick this bad boy up!

dvdkingster
03-07-01, 09:10 PM
I saw Unbreakable in the theater, and thought it was awesome. As you may have already heard, Unbreakable is a generally quiet film (quieter than The Sixth Sense, probably), and Shyamalan really soars in the silence. In fact, the movie was so quietly affecting that I did think that mesmerizing feeling would be hard to recreate, when eventually viewed at home. So I recommend that this film be watched no earlier than 11 PM. Some movies are best viewed very late at night, and this is one of them.

Tony Block
03-07-01, 09:38 PM
Unwatchable, Unrealsitic (When was the last time that you heard of everbody perishing in a train wreck?),

Unbelievable

Max
03-08-01, 06:57 AM
Thanks guys!
From the little bit I know about it, and from what my friends and you guys have said I am sure to buy it now!
Sight unseen.......love those "thinking mans" movies...

movielib
03-08-01, 10:21 AM
Originally posted by Grizzly
best movie of 2000 in my opinion. (superior to <b>The Sixth Sense</b> too if you ask me) it seems to be a love/hate film though so i'd probably recommend to rent it first because some absolutely love it and some absolutely hate it.

I agree with you, Grizzly. I also think it was the best movie of the year (although it was, admittedly, a particularly weak year). I also agree that it is better than The Sixth Sense, which I liked a lot. It was the only time all year I left the theater thinking I had just seen a great movie. I sure hope Shyamalan follows through with his plans for a trilogy. I hope, after the modest but unspectacular success of the film, Disney lets him.

filmguy
03-09-01, 03:21 PM
I double-double-double that. UNBREAKABLE was one of the best films of 2000. Must have DVD.

CitizenX
03-09-01, 08:36 PM
Can 'comic books' sustain the lifelong expenses of one of the main characters for his whole life?

He has big expenses? I had a hard time taking that park seriously..

I did like the movie when I sat and watched it... the above question came much later.

DVDho78DTS
03-09-01, 08:53 PM
Unbreakable was a really good movie that didn't get enough credit due to the comparisons to The Sixth Sense. I don't think it was the best film of 2000, but it is right up there.

Also, you know it's a good movie when they name a new genre after it. ;) Originally posted by Max
Genre: triller



[Edited by DVDjunkie21 on 03-09-01 at 06:56 PM]

juice21
03-09-01, 08:53 PM
Saw it twice in the theater, I loved it! Better than ^th sense, and A movie you can enojy watching more than twice like the sixth sense. Total surprise story line, but I'll let you see for yourself. I cannot wait to get this, i am dying to see it again!

Tony Block
03-09-01, 09:25 PM
When you put expensive perfume on dog doo, it's still dog doo.

reverb
03-10-01, 03:26 AM
I was told today that I may be solely responsible for any delays in the release of this DVD;) I keep bugging one of the editors with various things... Hmm, or they're looking for a scapegoat...

Geofferson
03-11-01, 12:08 AM
I saw it opening night and liked it a lot. Several friends of mine were disappointed though. I will pick it up on DVD for sure. I can't wait to listen to the commentary!

Calistoga
03-11-01, 11:13 AM
I enjoyed it at the theater, and am looking forward to seeing it again when it releases on DVD. I think my viewing of the film the first time was a little clouded by mental comparisons to Sixth Sense, which left me slightly disappointed with it (the Sixth Sense being a far better film). I think I will like it more the 2nd time around.

MrBEAViS
03-11-01, 03:47 PM
Look past the little memory flaw and you'll love it, like I did!

Ecstacy2000
03-13-01, 08:10 PM
Great movie, give it up T. Block

beebs
03-13-01, 08:30 PM
I think I won't be buying this one. It got made because the buzz surrounding Sixth Sense.

Although, it is a rather curious movie in the sense that is rather slow, and not hollywood like at all. But, where this might have been a strength with a stronger movie, story, or characters, this one just wallows in the time with little to show for it.

-Beebs

ivelostr2
03-15-01, 01:22 PM
good movie, i reccomend seeing before you buy but i will definetly be bying it...

2crappy
03-20-01, 01:29 PM
It's OK. In my opinion, it's not as good as the sixth sense. Rent to see if it's worth spending the money.

garmonbozia
03-20-01, 03:14 PM
I have great admiration for this film, but I don't plan on buying the dvd as I don't feel a need to see the film again. I was greatly impressed with the direction in this film, and while I don't think Unbreakable is a better film than The Sixth Sense, M. Night displayed more talent. I am not at all a fan of comic books, but left the theater thinking that this must be a truly great epxerience for fans of comics. When I went to see the film, I had no idea what it was going to be about and was very curious about the text that appears before the film's start. I unfortuantely insticntively knew where the film was going, but still thouroughly enjoyed the denouement. More so did I enjoy the audience's mixed reactions. If you think you might be interested in this film, I suggest at least a rental.

Phil Pugliese
03-23-01, 06:31 PM
I am gonna get it, agreed it was one of teh better movies from a weak year. As good as teh 6th Sence? no, but a very good movie in its own rights. What has not been mentioned so far, this was the second of a M. Night trilogy.

CloverClover
03-23-01, 07:09 PM
Hmm.. I'd say it's definately one of the top 5 movies of the last year

It was great! I've been waiting for the DVD since the day after I saw it in the theater! Great how it'll be 2 discs!