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A thriller is set in Bucks County, Signs focuses on the mysterious appearance of a five hundred meter design of circles and lines carved into the crops of the family farm. Graham Hess is the family patriarch who is tested in his journey to find the truth behind the mysterious happening.
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New York Observer
The movie is almost completely lacking in suspense, surprise and consistent emotional conviction.
August 08, 2002
Big Picture Big Sound
Mr. Shayamalan is a gifted writer and filmmaker. He definitely has more great films in his future. However, he may need to take a step away from the paranormal thriller.
July 14, 2007
Bangor Daily News (Maine)
Crap circles.
August 05, 2007
New York Observer
The same old same old: dull and recycled, with no surprises.
August 08, 2002
Chicago Reader
Individual sequences generate an eerie tension that's always deflated, creating a jarring stop-and-go rhythm, and the atmospheric trickery never strays beyond a lot of smoke and mirrors.
June 06, 2007
New York Magazine/Vulture
Shyamalan wants to be the metaphysical poet of movies, but he's dangerously close to becoming its O. Henry.
August 11, 2002