The new Lady in the Water poster has been released, and it looks absolutely splendid. Considering M. Night Shyamalan seems incapable of making a bad movie, it's a pretty safe bet to say I'm looking forward to this. I personally don't like to ruin movies for myself by reading all about them, so I don't really know what the movie is about. But judging from the trailer and the poster and the fact that M. Night Shyamalan makes good movies, it probably wouldn't be a bad idea to wander in on this one. Though if you're desperate for a synopsis I copy/pasted the one provided by IMDB. I didn't actually read it so I might have accidentally gotten the one off Braveheart, but it's all good.
Synopsis: In "Lady in the Water," a story originally conceived by Shyamalan for his children, a modest building manager named Cleveland Heep (Paul Giamatti) rescues a mysterious young woman (Bryce Dallas Howard) from danger and discovers she is actually a narf, a character from a bedtime story who is trying to make the treacherous journey from our world back to hers. Cleveland and his fellow tenants start to realize that they are also characters in this bedtime story. As Cleveland falls deeper and deeper in love with the woman, he works together with the tenants to protect his new fragile friend from the deadly creatures that reside in this fable and are determined to prevent her from returning home.