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Eric Brainard 7 months ago
A good film to catch up on sleep while it's on. I wanted to like it but it was boring.
Jacqueline O over 1 year ago
two words: very strange
Michael Cole almost 4 years ago
Unfortunately I knew the ending before starting the film
Tony Gandía almost 4 years ago
Not as terrible as legend implies; premise had promise but bungled through self indulgence
Lenart Skoberne over 4 years ago
Overlong and too sentimental, but still an intriguing watch.
Emily Marriott almost 5 years ago
Alright the first time, I guess.
Austin almost 6 years ago
This is the movie where it becomes clear where Shyamalan is headed. Down.
Evan Caldwell almost 6 years ago
One of my all time favorites. Great characters and you're guessing right up to the end.
Griffin Maurer almost 6 years ago
Though ambitious, and a little slow at times, the Village is unique with a great ending.
Josh Steadman 6 years ago
Often misunderstood, underrated film that tells an interesting, compelling, strange story.
Grant davies 6 years ago
Ron Black 6 years ago
Ana McCabe almost 7 years ago
kinda confusing
Anthony Kozlowski almost 7 years ago
This is the moment when Shyamalan finally let his self-perceived genius go to his head.
Nemo Tresa 7 years ago
only twillight is worse.
Don Lathrop 2 months ago
Leslie Gay 1 year ago
Abigail Keller over 1 year ago
Ana C.M. over 1 year ago
The Village is a 2004 American fantasy-thriller film written and directed by M. Night Shyamalan about a end-of-the-19th-century village whose inhabitants live in fear of the creatures inhabiting the woods beyond it. The movie was shot in a recreation of a 19th-century village outside Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, following Shyamalan's penchant for staging his films near his hometown. The movie opened to reviews ranging from overall negative to mixed and was not as financially successful as some of Shyamalan's earlier movies, although it did gross over three times its budget. Despite this, the film gave composer James Newton Howard his fourth Academy Award nomination for Best Original Score. The movie begins at a funeral of a child in a small village. The death date on the tombstone establishes the date as 1897. As the story progresses, it is revealed the villagers live in fear of nameless creatures in the woods that surround the village. They have built a barrier of oil lanterns and...
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