This is the last of my misunderstood mainstream movies for this month.
The last in the mainstream list is the 2008 Thriller The Happening
In my reviews I often dissect the movie. I don't give away everything but it still falls into spoiler territory. So please don't watch the episode if you are afraid I'll ruin the movie. I will say, I've have had numerous people that seek the movies out after they've seen my videos and told me the film was still highly enjoyable. So take that as you will.
With that out of the way, please enjoy the show.
Hey Everyone, hope you are having a great 4th. Just wanted to let you know this week's episode is up but youtube changed the time limits to 15 minutes and didn't tell me until I tried to upload the video. (you can see I've had a few that went over 15 minutes before) So, This week's ep can be seen in it's entirety at:
I don't usually do long episodes but I had a lot to talk about this week. Future episodes I'll keep under the 15 minute mark.
For my last misunderstood mainstream film, I wanted to focus on M. Night Shyamalan's The Happening. M Night is a director that gets flack for no good reason. His movies are unique, well shot, and always entertaining. I take a look at his history and talk about how I feel he has become some sort of scapegoat for hollywood.
Comments and criticisms are greatly appreciated.