The Visit - 2015 Review

M. Night Shyamalan's newest movie The Visit isnt continuing the regular story telling as was found in The Sixth Sense. Certainly it is with the new twists, Now we will think whats important in The Visit?

The Visit - 2015 Review

Its Shyamalan's one of the best in years. One of the interesting facts in this movie is being a horror movie its Low Budget yet giving thriller deftly mix moments. Further more its not about the Thrill only it has comepdy and Strangeness which takes audiences on one really oddball trip to Grandma's House. A single mother finds that things in her family's life go very wrong after her two young children visit their grandparents.

One of the Reviewer Described the Movie by,

"Even though this style of filming has become stale (to me anyways), Shyamalan makes it feel refreshing and new. There are also some truly beautiful and impressive shots throughout the film, which was really good to see. I also really enjoyed the performances from everyone. Especially the two kids, they were surprisingly pretty fantastic. The little boy comes off as annoying at first, but he grows on you. And he ends up being hysterical. Both the grandparents were good as well, but the grandma stole the show between the pair.

In the end, I very much enjoyed The Visit. It was an absolute blast. The whole audience was really into it, which really added to the experience. This is one of most fun times I've had at the theater in quite some time. I recommend anyone to go see this movie, and see it with a crowd! Who would have thought Shyamalan was capable of making an intentional comedy? The Visit is truly one of a kind, there's no other movies out there like it. It's so original and so unique, the more I think about it the more I love it."

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Now Whats the Review says ?
7/10 with IMDB Rating
62% rating by Rotten Tomatoes
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