David Dunn (Willis) survives a horrific train wreck, he comes out without a scratch while everyone else on board dies! Soon after he is contacted by Elijah Price (Jackson), a man who awakens David to the fact that he can not get hurt. The two are polar opposites, Price can easily get hurt.
This film is a weird one, somewhat hard to follow unless you concentrate on it. I have not been a huge fan of Shyamalan’s but still watch them. I didn’t like the way he directed this one with the unusual camera angles, it seemed to amateurish that way. The story was deep, slow to move along but the story was taken place in a short length of time. No crazy climax either, oh there was a good ending but if you watched closely I think you could figure out how it would end. I think it was just a far fetched tale that was meant to keep you on your toes somewhat and it did for me. I’m not saying I didn’t like it but it was just different. The acting was good, you can’t go wrong with Willis and Jackson. The scenery always seemed to be bleak and dark. I’m going to give it a four because the story was deep and awakening for our main character. This is a film you will either like or hate, you will have to decide.