Ever since The Sixth Sense in 1999, director M Night Shyamalan has been trying to shake off the “horror” tag.
As a kid, Haley Joel Osment had his picture taken while at an Ikea. The rest is history.
Under than bushy beard is former child star Haley Joel Osment. Keeping comfortable in his baggy T-shirt and brown flip-flops, Osment has slowly been making his way back into the spotlight after taking time away from acting to complete his education. Osment appeared in last year’s Entourage movie, scored a few television roles, and even tested his chops on Broadway.
It contains one of the all-time great final twists, but M Night Shyamalan’s supernatural thriller ‘The Sixth Sense’ is more than just its last ten minutes – it’s a superlative piece of work that tells you exactly what’s going to happen, if only you know where to look. Granted, it’s not a clue that you were likely to spot, unless you have a scary specific knowledge of Bruce Willis’ physiological abilities, but it’s another ingenious bit of misdirection.