film: the sixth sense


She wanted me to tell you she saw you dance. She said, when you were little, you and her had a fight, right before your dance recital. You thought she didn’t come see you dance. She did. She hid in the back so you wouldn’t see. She said you were like an angel. She said you came to the place where they buried her. Asked her a question? She said the answer is… “Every day.” What did you ask?

The Sixth Sense ( Sentence Starters )

  • “I was thinking: you’re nice, but you can’t help me.”
  • “She doesn’t look at me like everybody else, and I don’t want her to.”
  • “I don’t want to be scared anymore.”
  • “Look at my face. I would never think that about you. Ever! Got it?”
  • “I don’t like it when people look at me like that.”
  • “I see dead people.”
  • “In your dreams?”
  • “They only see what they want to see.”
  • “I do remember you. Quiet, very smart, compassionate. Unusually compassionate.”
  • “I thought you meant the other Italian restaurant I asked you to marry me in.”
  • “Look at my face. I’m not very mad.”
  • “Tell me the story about why you’re sad.”
  • “You think I’m sad?”
  • “What makes you think that?”
  • “Your eyes told me.”
  • “I think I’m okay, really. I think it just went in and out. I… it doesn’t even hurt anymore.”
  • “_____, you’re scaring me.”
  • “They scare me too, sometimes.”
  • “She said the answer is ‘every day.’ What did you ask?”
  • “Do I make her proud?”
  • “No, uh, that, mm-mmm, that’s not correct. Uh… where’d you hear that?”
  • “Thats’t not magic.”
  • “Am I a freak?”
  • “You’re not a freak, okay?”
  • “But everyone else calls me a freak.”
  • “Don’t you believe anybody that tries to convince you of that. That’s bullshit! You don’t have to go through your life believing that. Okay?”
  • “I miss you.”
  • “I miss you, too.”
  • “Why did you leave?”
  • “Why did you leave me?”
  • “I didn’t leave you.”
  • “I’m ready to communicate with you now.”
  • “Do you know why you’re afraid when you’re alone? I do.”
  • “Look at my face. I was not thinking anything bad about you.”
  • “I needed to help someone…I think I did.”
  • “I needed to tell you something: you were never second. Ever. I love you.”
  • “Do you want to tell me something?”
  • “You failed me! You failed me!”
  • “You can’t hurt me anymore.”
  • “Stop looking at me.”
  • “If you could change something in your life, anything at all, what would it be?”
  • “I didn’t know you were funny.”
  • “I want to tell you my secret now.”
  • “I want you to think about it, _____. I want you to think about it really carefully.”
  • “They just want help.”
  • “Listen to them.”
  • “What if they don’t want help? What if they’re just angry and they want to hurt somebody?”
  • “I don’t think that’s the way it works.”
  • “How do you know for sure?”

7 movies with a great twist

Not Spoiler Alert /!\ The plots are not necessarily at the end of the movie and I’m not revealing what the plot is, but anyway, if you want to keep the secret, don’t look at this post. /!\

The Sixth Sense (or basically any M. Night Shyamalan movie) (1999)

Planet Of The Apes, Franklin J. Schaffner (1968)

Psycho, Alfred Hitchcock (1960)

Usual Suspects, Bryan Singer (1995)

Fight Club, David Fincher (1999)

Donnie Darko, Richard Kelly (2001)

Gone Girl, David Fincher (2014)

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