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Two More Looks at Unbreakable
 
  • Unbreakable (Grade: C) — Reviewer Brian Orndorf offers a second opinion on M. Night Shyamalan's latest project — and the ending makes him very, very angry.

  • Unbreakable (Grade: C) — As "Unbreakable's" Elijah Price, Samuel L. Jackson characterizes modern living as "mediocre." The same can be said for this film. Reviewed by Mac Slocum.
    Posted: 11/27/00

  • Review: Unbreakable
     
  • Unbreakable (Grade: B+) — Bruce Willis and writer/director M. Night Shyamalan, the principals behind "The Sixth Sense," reteam for another supernatural thriller. Reviewer Kuan-Lin "Connie" Wang thinks audiences will be pleased when "Unbreakable" premieres November 22.
    Posted: 11/11/00

  • "Unbreakable" Vaults Onto Must-See Lists With Tasty Trailer
     
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    A teaser trailer for "Unbreakable" was released last week and its garnering well-deserved buzz. This supernatural thriller (and likely box-office tsunami) is a reteaming of writer/director M. Night Shyamalan and Bruce Willis. Before you groan and get your undies wedged in a Gordian knot, understand that "Unbreakable" is not a "Sixth Sense" sequel. It's a whole new film that, based on the trailer and some preliminary information, sounds pretty frickin' cool. Willis stars as David Dunne, a working-class everyman who is the sole survivor in a horrific train crash (think "The Fugitive" with two trains and a lot of triage). Not only does Dunne survive the crash, but he emerges without a dent in the fender. Obviously this leads to massive soul-churning and reevaluation, with the ultimate question being: Can Dunne ever be harmed? Samuel L. Jackson and Robin Wright-Penn also star in the film, which is slated for a November release. That's all I've found for now, but if you want further information, check out Cinescape and Coming Attractions. Thanks to Rosy for digging up the goods.
    Posted: 7/18/00