Words matter. These are the best Sixth Sense Quotes from famous people such as M. Night Shyamalan, Chi Chi DeVayne, Diane Greene, Joe Pantoliano, Seth Green, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
For instance, ‘The Sixth Sense’ had mediocre to bad reviews. Slowly, the audience pushed it and it received critical attention.
I don’t know, maybe I have a sixth sense or something.
If you know where you are going, you have this sixth sense about if everything you do along the way is lined up with that.
They’ve been talking about Pi, which I haven’t seen, they’ve been comparing it to Usual Suspects, Sixth Sense, and Fight Club, and I didn’t see that either.
You look at John Travolta in ‘Pulp Fiction’, you look at Donnie Wahlberg in ‘The Sixth Sense.’ People have liens against them in crazy ways and the audience is always forgiving – if you prove it.
What I do isn’t like ‘The Sixth Sense,’ I don’t see dead people walking around when I’m sitting and looking at an audience of people.
Sometimes, I knew generally what I was going to do, but I’ve never written anything down. Call it a sixth sense: the lines just come.
I don’t think we’re all going to be mediums but I do think we all have a sixth sense in that we have an intuition. I think our intuition is something that we all have the ability to tap into and we often regret when we don’t follow it.
A script like ‘The Sixth Sense’ is fun to read: It’s so well-written, and you get a vivid sense of what’s going to be onscreen.
I like the old, classic scary movies. I love ‘Psycho,’ ‘The Sixth Sense,’ and ‘Poltergeist.’
A film like ‘The Sixth Sense’ burns an image of who you are into people’s minds.
I didn’t make ‘The Sixth Sense’ because I thought the ending wouldn’t work!
Cameramen are among the most extraordinarily able and competent people I know. They have to have an insight into natural history that gives them a sixth sense of what the creature is going to do, so they can be ready to follow.
But I think we are seeing a resurgence of the graphic ghost story like The Others, Devil’s Backbone and The Sixth Sense. It is a return to more gothic atmospheric ghost storytelling.
I really believe that you grow up a certain way in New York. There’s a New York morality, a sense of loyalty. You know how to win and lose. There’s a thousand kids outside, you know who to push and who not to push. There’s a sixth sense you develop just because it’s New York.
My sixth sense uses the other five senses to communicate. I may have a vision, hear a sound, get a smell, or have a physical sensation that corresponds with how someone passed. What I do revolves around noticing subtle differences in my mind and body – because they’re messages.
The reason I think we hold films like ‘The Sixth Sense’ and ‘Citizen Kane’ in such high regard is those are movies that were amplified by their twists but were already bringing the goods.
I never do anything that doesn’t feel natural to me. I wake up in the morning and I know what to put on – it’s my sixth sense, really.
Steve had a real sixth sense about so many things. He had an odd connection with wildlife. He was extraordinarily intuitive with people. I found it all very – I don’t know if ‘eerie’ is the word, but remarkable, certainly.
When we fall asleep, we withdraw our awareness from its hypnotic fascination with physical sensation, thereby enabling us to listen with our now awakening sixth sense.
Little Haley Joel Osment in ‘The Sixth Sense’ can see dead people. Well, I can see racist people.
I know how to read people. When you grow up in a rough environment, you have to have a sixth sense.