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Signs (2002)


A family living on a farm finds mysterious crop circles in their fields which suggests something more frightening to come.

Signs (2002)

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Released Year: 2002
Runtime: 106 minutes
Directors: M. Night Shyamalan
IMDB: Signs (2002)

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A family living on a farm finds mysterious crop circles in their fields which suggests something more frightening to come.

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80
Chicago Reader - Hank Sartin
Borrowing heavily from "Close Encounters of the Third Kind," Shyamalan tries to lighten his trademark gloomy tone -- and almost kills the suspense he's working so hard to achieve.
80
Wall Street Journal - Unnamed
Mr. Shyamalan is a new national treasure, as attuned to our sensibilities and everyday life as Steven Spielberg.
75
New York Post - Lou Lumenick
A beautifully crafted, white-knuckle, roller-coaster ride of old-school filmmaking -- the kind that believes that the less you show, the better.
70
L.A. Weekly - Hazel-Dawn Dumpert
Even if Signs suffers a little from uneven pacing and mismatched tones of reverent homage (to "The Birds" and "War of the Worlds"), soul-searching and silly comedy, the jokes are clever, the tension continual and expertly calibrated, and the performances -- are both deep and moving.
70
The A.V. Club - Scott Tobias
For a big-budget Hollywood feature, the film places an unusually high amount of stock in the audience's imagination; not since "The Others" or "The Blair Witch Project" have so many shocks been indirect or kept teasingly out of view.

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