When he burst onto the scene with The Sixth Sense in 1999, M. Night Shyamalan was widely regarded as one of the most promising new directors in Hollywood. But his career since has had more than its share of ups and downs, resulting in successes like Unbreakable and critical and commercial duds like The Happening.
Having made a self-funded resurgence – a trail that began by taking out a $5 million dollar loan to make 2015’s The Visit and then using The Visit’s profits to make another low-budget scare-fest, 2016’s Split – Shyamalan is now back on top, so to speak. He’s still making quaint films when compared to the MCU blockbusters, for example, as his latest film, Glass, only came with a $20 million price tag,
Source: IGN.com From Glass to Last Airbender: Ranking M. Night Shyamalan's Movies