Night Shyamalan's latest movie, The Happening , is not merely bad. It is an astonishment, so idiotic in conception and inept in execution that, after seeing it, one almost wonders whether it was real or imagined. It's the kind of movie you want to laugh about with friends, swapping favorite moments of inanity: "Do you remember the part when Mark Wahlberg And what about that scene where the wind The problem, of course, is that to have such a conversation, you'd normally have to see the movie, which I believe is an unreasonably high price to pay just to make fun of it. So rather than write a conventional review explaining why you should or shouldn't see The Happening trust me, you shouldn't , I'm offering an alternative: A dozen and a half of the most mind-bendingly ridiculous elements of the film, which will enable you to marvel at its anti-genius without sacrificing and I don't use that term lightly 90 minutes of your life.
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Close Menu. Travelling or based outside United States? Video availability outside of United States varies. Sign in to see videos available to you. Mark Wahlberg stars as a man who takes his family on the run when a natural disaster threatens to end civilization. For years, the earth has been the victim of mankind's "progress," and the pollution has finally built to a point that causes a global backlash. Directors M. Rentals include 30 days to start watching this video and 48 hours to finish once started. More purchase options.