Duritz goes to his therapist and asks that she give him some strong medication to make this hallucination go away. She wisely advises him that hallucinations from the past are very real and usually donít go away until you deal with them.
Well, the boy is very real and, like most psychic realizations, begins to grow on Duritz, until heís forced to change for the better. Though this film lacks the power of The Sixth Sense, it is a wholesome family comedy and Breslin does a great job as the kid. Indeed, all the acting is well done, including a special part for comedian Lily Tomlin.
Bruce Willis seems to be on a roll of starring with children in films with supernatural themes. Itís a pleasant switch from his action hero roles and shows us a different side to this fine actor.
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