It’s fine but didn’t blow me away either.
As is fairly common for me, I want to see this again when it comes to home video to form a more full opinion of the movie.
It has a nice slow burn of suspense and there are a LOT of very intimate, close-up shots on the character’s faces while delivering dialogue that I found to be an effective way to draw myself in as a viewer.
The story was a little loose and shaky and I don’t quite understand all of the character’s motivations.
This is on the lower end of M. Night Shyamalan films for me and I’ve updated my ranking list of his filmography.