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    The Sixth Sense, a film by M. Night Shyamalan, director and screenwriter, deserves no less than 4 stars because of its great use of characters, and the sound and lighting used throughout the movie. The Sixth Sense, a thriller and a ghost story, is portrayed as much more than just that. Perhaps it’s the chilliness and coldness in the air that make you just want to shiver. Or maybe it’s the way that they use almost direct silence to add to the scary feeling. Maybe it’s the lighting that always gets really dark and scary when ghosts are around. A psychologist, Malcolm Crowe (Bruce Willis) is shot in his home by an ex-patient that he couldn’t help. The ex-patient then shoots and kills himself. The next fall, we see Malcolm is fine and now has a new patient, a young boy named Cole Sear (Haley Joel Osment). Cole seems to be very…

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    The Sixth Sense

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    he movie The Sixth Sense takes place in Philadelphia, 1999. The movie is a drama, mystery, and a thriller. The movie has many well known actors. The main stars of the movie are Bruce Willis who plays Dr. Malcom Crowe, and Haley Joel Osment who plays Cole. Cole is a young boy who appears to others as a troubled boy, or a freak. He lives with his mother who is divorced from his father. She works more than one job and is worried about Cole. Dr. Crowe is a psychologist who sees Cole as a second…

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    five senses are vital to us. They enable us to experience and recognize the beautiful and complex world around us. They are the means by which we see the sunlight, listen to the bird song, taste the soft fruit, touch the beach sand and, smell the salty ocean air. Those are our senses, but are there truly just five senses? Or could there be a sixth sense as well? A sense that certain people possess that makes them able to predict events and situations before they occur? An example of such an…

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    Is the Continued Research and Development in Brain-Computer Interfaces and EEG Sensors Worth the Effort? Perception is defined as a way of regarding, understanding, or interpreting the world around us. Humans perceive reality through our five traditional senses; the sense of sight, sound, taste, smell, and touch. The nervous system allows the brain to interpret information gathered from our senses in the form of electrical charges. Sometimes, due to implications or diseases that we receive, our…

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    Oleogustus Sixth Sense

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    For those of you out there who’ve always thought that you had a sixth sense, congratulations, it turns out you were right all along...sort of. In a new paper published in Chemical Senses, Richard D. Mattes, a professor of nutritional science at Purdue University makes an argument that not only do human beings have tastes for sweet, sour, salty, bitter and umami, they also have the ability to taste pure fat. Not that Mattes calls its fat of course, he prefers to call it oleogustus. While…

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    M. Night Shyamalan’s 1999 psychological horror film, The Sixth Sense, tells the story of a young boy named Cole (Haley Joel Osment) with the ability to interact with dead people. After meeting a washed up child psychologist named Malcolm (Bruce Willis), Cole learns to cope with his curse. In the film’s conclusion, Malcolm realizes that he is dead, no different than the poltergeists plaguing Cole. The epiphany was shocking to Malcolm, but hints scattered throughout the film provide the audience…

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    Feeling The Sixth Sense Brin-Jonathan Butler once said “At the heart of all romanticism is suffering,” which is the case when talking about the movie The Sixth Sense. In fact, most all the characters in the film are suffering in some kind of way. Indeed, the characters are not only suffering, but the foreshadowing, gothic mood and symbolism reinforces that suffering. In the film, The sixth sense, the director Manoj Shyamalan, foreshadows countless events throughout the movie. One he is…

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    The Sixth Sense Analysis

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    In the film, The Sixth Sense, Dr. Malcolm Crowe is a well-renowned child psychologist on the brink of fame. One night, while at home with his wife, an old patient of Crowe’s broke into their home and cornered the couple in their bedroom. The patient (Vincent Grey) accused Crowe of failing him. Grey then shot the psychologist and himself. After this traumatic incident, Crowe stumbled upon a case involving a young boy by the name of Cole Sear. Crowe’s intrigue in the case spiked as he discovered…

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    Split Power Of Injustice

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    I enjoyed watching the message of the movie unfold through the plot twists. My purpose for the film review was to discuss the aspects of the film that stood out to me and the parts that I would assume people who watch horror would enjoy. I decided to use the subtitle The Power of Abuse as it informs the reader of the major theme that is found within the film. This theme is a predominant topic in the film review and therefore also notifies them of the upcoming discussions. I have also…

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    “Twitter and the Social Sixth Sense” As I was reading the article, “Twitter and the Social Sixth Sense” by Clive Thompson; I realized it was mostly about social media. Mr. Thompson explained, “Twitter is the app that everyone loves to hate. “(para. 1, 2). He explained how twitter,” lets you post brief updates about your everyday thoughts and activities to the Web via browser, cell phone, or IM. “ (Para. 2). This probably sounds sound boring and exclusively stupid. However, in the…

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