Back to my theory on “Directed, Produced, Written by…..”. In this case it’s M. Night Shyamalan. I don’t think it has worked to be so enmeshed in a work. This film represents, to me, keeping Bruce Willis and Samuel Jackson employed and giving James McAvoy another avenue to do his many personalities. I think M. Night Shyamalan is riding on his name than his talent. The film was disjointed? Jumbled? Stupid? And Uninteresting. Except for Sarah Paulson and her incredible BIG eyebrows that provided some humor for me.