I think sometimes you have to make concessions for movies. They are, after all, movies rather than real life, and sometimes things must be done to tell a story that are not entirely realistic. You mentioned Rocky the other day in our conversation. Is that character really realistic in the way that he comes out of nowhere to almost beat the champion of the world? Not really. But it's a good story anyway. But he does these things so well. It's what people to go his movies to see. It's what I personally want from him, because when he does it right, it's such a good experience that no other director is offering. Do you criticize Hitchcock for never making a Western? Of course not. That's not what he does. Or maybe he just saw that as a way to make an interesting movie on $5 million. After all, that's why Blair Witch used that tactic. It was a creative way around budget limitations. Will you enlighten me on how The Visit is ANYTHING like The Sixth Sense? Because I'm failing to see the similarities.