Absolute power corrupts. This not only applies to world leaders, but movie leaders as well. In this case, the directors. The Critic begins Shyamalan Month by taking a look at directors who were at one point bold, innovative, and groundbreaking, like M. Night himself, but slowly started to become hacks who took no advice, did everything their own way and thus produced shits instead of hits.
The Nostalgia Critic and his friends are experiencing a very strange event: delivering stilted, monotonous dialogue, staring awkwardly at the camera and developing very vague and pointless character traits and quirks. What's happening? The Shyamalizing. It all came about when the Critic decided to review The Happening, a Shyamalan movie that contains all of the above and really blows.
Oh, Shyamalan and your goofy twists. More often than not, they provide for a very good laugh. And to demonstrate, the Nostalgia Critic has compiled a Top 11 list of the funniest (intentional or not) moments in M. Night Shyamalan films. Why Top 11? Because, unlike M. Night, he knows how to go one step beyond.
Shyamalan Month closes out with a look at M. Night's most notoriously bad film of the new millennium. No, not The Village. It's Lady in the Water. If you thought The Happening was Shyamalan's most hilariously awful movie ever made - it still is, but this one is a runner up. Join the Nostalgia Critic as he dives in to a pool of madness, mayhem and wacky hijinks as only the Master can bring.