The Sixth Sense is one of my favorite thrillers, the kind that's scary but not over the top. Great characters and brilliant storyline with a unique twist at the end. The acting is simply amazing! It's on the slower side but in a good way! It's basically about a small boy named Cole (Haley Joel Osment) who thinks he's a freak because he can see dead people, but doesn't come out with this secret until he feels confident enough in his doctor (Bruce Willis). Meanwhile, his mother (Toni Collette) can't figure out why her son has scratches and bruises on his body and seems he is terrified all the time but won't tell her why. After much help from his doctor, Cole realizes that listening to the spirits that haunt him will do more good than harm and finally puts him at peace with himself and others. But there is a dramatic twist that no one saw coming and it has you thinking about it long after! I've cried every time I watch it, it's beautiful & sad (especially if you've lost a loved one) and definitely scary with dark eerie vibes throughout. Language is mild and infrequent with the use of sh*t, freak, cheese d*ck. Violence is pretty hefty but not too gory, spirits terrorize a child, a child gets bullied at a birthday party, a man shoots someone and then himself, a child writes upset words, a child is poisoned and then dies. No sexual content except for some flirting between a newlywed couple, gentle kissing and some drinking. Don't miss this one if you haven't seen it, I'd recommend it to those over 13.