The PrePost Film Review

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Summary

The Visit has been touted by some as a "comeback" of sorts for M.Night. With a low budget, a small crew and a general indie vibe to the production - there's a feeling Night has stepped away from Hollywood and rebooted his career.

Is this true? Could this be the first time the guys really disagree on a film?

Show Notes

M.Night Shyamalan has had an interesting filmmaking career, exploding onto the world stage with The Sixth Sense in 1999 and following it up with Unbreakable, Signs and The Village - all of which earned their fare share of critical and financial success. However, his recent work has left fans and critics mostly bemused and disappointed. Night's last two efforts (The Last Airbender and After Earth) in particular have been large commercial and critical flops.

The Visit has been touted by some as a "comeback" of sorts for M.Night. With a low budget, a small crew and a general indie vibe to the production - there's a feeling Night has stepped away from Hollywood and rebooted his career.

Is this true? Could this be the first time the guys really disagree on a film?

Join Matt & Jon as they discuss the trailer for The Visit. Then - after the film has been released - they return to discuss the feature itself.

00:00:00 - Introductions
00:01:10 - Trailer impressions
00:11:01 - Film review (spoilers!)

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What is The PrePost Film Review?

In each episode of The PrePost Film Review hosts Jon Asquith and Matt Stephenson discuss a film over two distinct periods.

First - brief, spoiler free impressions of a trailer upon its release. Followed by a spoiler-filled review recorded months later once the film hits cinemas.

A thoughtful and occasionally funny look at how trailers represent films.