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N B almost 3 years ago
Brilliant idea, successful thrilling atmosphere, but poor acting and character development
Leif Jacobson over 4 years ago
Absolutely terrible. Uninteresting at every turn and completely moronic.
Ezequiel Castellanos over 4 years ago
a B-Movie...B as in BAD
Obi Xan Statham over 5 years ago
...nothing happened.
Briar Dean Statham over 5 years ago
Nothing happened.
Lachie Munro over 5 years ago
SO DUMB! But entertaining.
Justin L. Clemons almost 6 years ago
Okay movie. There were some really intense parts.
Austin 6 years ago
Bad movie fans, this is the one you've been waiting for...
Kirk Bailey 6 years ago
It's M.night film. I don't expect much.
Kittypuff 6 years ago
hilariously bad
Griffin Maurer over 6 years ago
M. Night at his worst. It's embarrassingly bad from the start.
Josh Steadman over 6 years ago
Candidate for worst mainstream movie ever. Please do not waste your time. Just sad really.
Grant davies over 6 years ago
Frederik Værum Olesen almost 7 years ago
Well, if you believe that the plants is planning the kill us all, then ok. Shitty movie...
Tony Gandía almost 7 years ago
Everything is so godawful it's impossible to pinpoint just one thing to critique about it.
Katie Gardner 7 years ago
I can only watch this if I take a shot every time they say "happening." Big improvement.
Daune Kramer 7 years ago
Unintentionally funny
Andy Whitfield 7 years ago
Ironic title, since nothing actually happens. M. Night has fallen so far.
Sinead Shahrzad over 7 years ago
So bad, it's good.
Sean LaFleur over 7 years ago
The Happening is a 2008 science fiction thriller film written, co-produced and directed by M. Night Shyamalan that follows a woman, her husband, the husband's best friend, and the friend's daughter as they try to escape from an inexplicable natural disaster. The plot revolves around a mysterious neurotoxin that causes anyone exposed to it to commit suicide. The protagonist, a science teacher named Elliot Moore (Mark Wahlberg), attempts to escape from the mystery substance with his friends as hysteria grips the East Coast of the United States. It was advertised as being M. Night Shyamalan's first R-rated (or 15 Certificate in the United Kingdom) film and received mostly negative reviews from film critics. In Central Park, New York City people begin committing mass suicide. After showing disorientation, they kill themselves in a variety of convenient ways. Initially believed to be a bioterrorist attack using an airborne neurotoxin, the behavior quickly spreads across the northeastern...
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