M. Night Shyamalan has had a lot to say recently. First, he had to contend with the myriad of complaints about race and casting. While the masses were calling The Last Airbender racially questionable, the filmmaker was touting it as the "most culturally diverse movie series of all time." But now there's upset of an entirely different level to contend with -- not pre-viewing complaints, but rather the overwhelming sentiment that the movie just plain stinks.

Where his breakout film, The Sixth Sense, earned him a solid 85% fresh rating from the critics corralled over at Rotten Tomatoes, his latest has earned only 9% fresh. This isn't 9% out of a handful of reviews, which could leave minimal hope for the future. Instead, this is less than 10% out of almost one hundred reviews. To put that in context, that's 7% less than another much maligned movie of the summer, Sex and the City 2, making it one of the worst reviewed films of 2010 (Furry Vengeance still has everyone beat).

What does he think about all of this? Hit the jump to find out.