Old review by Robert Daniels.

Old works best where reference is focuses on the fright of young people experiencing the devastations of age long before their epoch. Strong recitals from the part direct manage to cover up what is quite possibly the worst and least rhythmically plausible exchange of M. Night Shyamalan’s career, omitting his dire live-action Avatar: The Last-place Airbender. And the collapses of catharsis that hoisted his previous toils like The Sixth Sense, Signs and Split are missing here due to ham-fisted excuses, including of things that would’ve been better left as whodunits. Nevertheless, Old is just as profound as any thriller Shyamalan has done. It’s a cinema that probably won’t merit recurred sees, but that first one is a thought-provoking meditation on what it means to be alive that makes up dark, embed feelings like the liquid that caress the sand.

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