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Pretty Little Liars (2010)
I started this show way after the airing of the pilot. And I was instantly hooked. Each episode leaves you at the edge of your seat and wanting more. The first three seasons of PLL were amazing, the plots were played out nicely and everyone was eager to know who A was. After the third season, the show started to lose it's substance and too many plots were thrown in at once. It made me confused as to what the main focus of the episode was. Some of the characters also became really unlikeable, Aria and Emily are examples. Aria constantly bringing up Ezra. And Emily becoming extremely cynical and bitter. One thing I have to agree on are the character development. Which is something the show has done well, notably with Spencer and Hanna. Overall, the show is good, but has lost some of it's shine since.
The Sixth Sense (1999)
If you haven't seen this movie, I recommend you watch it. It has one of the biggest plot twists in cinema and leaves you until the very end wanting more.
The acting is phenomenal. Haley Joel Osment makes a great protagonist as Cole Sear, a young boy who has the ability to see dead people.
Bruce Willis also does a remarkable job. Making his character seem believable. He plays as Malcolm Crowe, a child psychologist who intends to help Cole, after a failure with his former client Vincent Grey.
Even though you might've not seen the film but know the ending, I still suggest you watch it. The ending of this film isn't the only highlight of it. If you watch and listen closely, you will understand and see more depth to this film than just the ending.
That characters all help each other in a way, they all make choices that develop them by the end of the film.
This movie should get a higher rating on here. It deserves more rates.