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to popcorn critics for my review of m. night shyamalan's the village, shyamalan's most catholic film to date.

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The Village: A Catholic Film from Through the Narrow Gate on August 8, 2004 7:18 AM

Smockmomma has a review of The Village over at Popcorn Critics. As far as this reviewer is concerned, this is Shyamalan’s first venture into a romantic side of a tale and he comes through with flying colors. Even “the bad... Read More


Quite right on your review of the movie. I was awake the rest of the night pondering the real importance of some of the scenes after the "reveal" - scenes like Noah's laughing for example. If he's not Catholic he is surely reverential in his depection of things that deserve the appreciation (priests, piety, etc.).



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