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At the end of “Sixth Sense”, I had to go back and rethink the whole movie. How does that differ from the ending of “The Usual Suspects”? - Question/Answer Now Playing


At the end of “Sixth Sense”, I had to go back and rethink the whole movie. How does that differ from the ending of “The Usual Suspects”?

Apr 11, 2012

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At the end of “Sixth Sense”, I had to go back and rethink the whole movie. How does that differ from the ending of “The Usual Suspects”? - Question/Answer Q & A Discussion


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at Apr 14, 2012 - 6:55 AM
By the end of the Usual Suspects, you have two options: go back and watch the whole movie or shoot yourself. Nobody can rethink through a six pack draw
Banjoray: Complicated Plot
at Apr 13, 2012 - 2:03 PM
The technical term for this type of ending is COMPLICATED PLOT, wherein the ending comes as a great surprise. Two and a Half Men has used the complicated plot many times throughout its run.

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