When he broke through with the Oscar-nominated 'The Sixth Sense' in 1999, M. Night Shyamalan was proclaimed the next Steven Spielberg. He had no idea it would all be downhill from there.

After increasingly savage reviews for his films and sweeping the Razzies this year with 'The Last Airbender,' can it get any worse?

Maybe: Three movie fans are raising $150,000 to send M. Night Shyamalan back to film school.

Chris Baker, a copywriter and author, was first inspired last summer at a screening of 'Inception' when a trailer for 'Devil' drew howls of laughter at the phrase "from the mind of M. Night Shyamalan."

He was quickly joined by two more advertising buddies, one of whom proposed calling the project "M. Night School." The site wasn't ready to go, but when the news broke that Shyamalan was planning to step behind the camera again, the trio went live with their cinematic campaign. As of today, a total of $520.33 has been raised.
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