Filmmaker M. Night Shyamalan is convinced that he’d never be able to meet his critics’ expectations.

The moviemaker rose to fame with 1999 hit thriller ‘The Sixth Sense’ but his more recent projects have been met with disappointing reviews.

Shyamalan has now compared his career to that of basketball legend Michael Jordan, who sometimes struggled to meet fans” expectations.

The director thinks that his critics have set impossibly high standards for him after his early career success.

“Look, I loved Michael Jordan, right? He was my favourite basketball player. When I used to watch him at Madison Square Garden there would be 25,000 people booing every time that he touched the ball, screaming abuse at him. And it was because the entire stadium was there to see him be spectacular. They were like, ”I don”t want you to disappoint me or hurt me,”” the Daily Express quoted him as telling Total Film magazine.

“I”m no Michael Jordan but maybe I get a little of that… Reviews of my movies often spend a lot of the time talking about me, not the movie,” he added.

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