The Sixth Sense

The Sixth Sense on AFI’s 100 Years, 100 Films

It’s the 10th Anniversary of AFI’s 100 Years, 100 Films, and to commemorate the occasion, they made films released from 1996-2006 eligible for inclusion.  The Sixth Sense has been voted onto the list.  It came in at number 89.

Other films from those years appearing on the list are: “Titanic” (#83), “Saving Private Ryan” (#71)  and “Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring” (#50).

Congratulations, M. Night!

6 Responses to “The Sixth Sense on AFI’s 100 Years, 100 Films”

  1. shyamalaniac says:

    Congrats M! You are the man and you know this, MAN!!! :oP

  2. sri harsha says:

    Yay…..but Titanic!?

  3. Paul Martin Specter says:

    Yeah, Titanic had a major effect on the film industry. Not only were the production values very high, but for months it was making around $20 million every weekend. Artistically, James Cameron's work is very good, regardless of the love story. I'm sure that nearly every film on the list will have it's detractors.

  4. Matthew says:

    Congradulations Night! You deserve it! However I think that The Sixth Sense deserved a better place.

  5. farhan says:

    That's awesome man. Three cheers to M Night. Though i agree with Matthew that it deserved a better place.

  6. Gustavo² says:

    It's hard to think of anything more deserving. T6S is a masterpiece of acting, storytelling, writing etc. etc.

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