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Lady In The Water

M. Night Shyamalan's seventh feature flouts moviemaking conventions with childish glee, telling rather than showing, subordinating narrative to weird, pointless angles and compositions, and showcasing the very cliches inveighed against by the tale's villai… (more)

Released: 2006

Rating: PG-13

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Lady in the Water - Trailer 01
Suspense master M. Night Shyamalan returns with this fable about a mysterious young woman who surfaces in his swimming pool.
Lady In The Water
00:50 — An apartment superintendent discovers a strange woman after he rescues her from the building pool. He soon learns she is not of this world, and tries (more…)
Lady In The Water
01:17 — An apartment superintendent discovers a strange woman after he rescues her from the building pool. He soon learns she is not of this world, and tries (more…)
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  • Released: 2006
  • Rating: PG-13
  • Review: M. Night Shyamalan's seventh feature flouts moviemaking conventions with childish glee, telling rather than showing, subordinating narrative to weird, pointless angles and compositions, and showcasing the very cliches inveighed against by the tale's villai… (more)

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