From Manohla Dargis’s review of M. Night Shyamalan’s Lady in the Water, in the New York Times:
Apparently those who live in the water now roam the earth trying to make us listen, though initially it’s rather foggy as to what precisely we are supposed to hear — the crash of the waves, the songs of the sirens, the voice of God — until we realize that of course we’re meant to cup our ear to an even higher power: Mr. Shyamalan.
I still want to see the film — I always subscribe to the motto that I’d probably enjoy a film I’ve been wanting to see despite colossally bad reviews — but Ms. Dargis! I wrote it first! =)