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Movie Info & Cast

Synopsis

While vacationing, a girl and her parents are taken hostage by armed strangers who demand that the family make a choice to avert the apocalypse.

Cast

  • Dave Bautista
  • Jonathan Groff
  • Ben Aldridge
  • Nikki Amuka-Bird
  • Kristen Cui
  • Abby Quinn
  • Rupert Grint

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Verified Review
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I've seen critics bash this movie. This movie had my full attention from start to finish. Go watch the movie & decide for yourselves.

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A thought-provoking movie. I enjoyed it.

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Metacritic

70
Feb 3, 2023

M. Night Shyamalan can be too fuzzy, earnest and full of himself. But this doomsday thriller starring a never-better Dave Bautista as a modern horseman of the apocalypse confirms that the Sixth Sense maestro knows how to fill the screen with tension and squeeze.

Peter Travers
ABC News
75
Feb 1, 2023

Shyamalan’s latest cinematic confrontation with mortality and meaning, Knock at the Cabin, is among his best work.

Metacritic review by Chase Hutchinson
Chase Hutchinson
The Seattle Times
50
Feb 1, 2023

More than just misunderstood, his characters are underwritten and underserved. Thus the expected emotion never arrives. The gut punch never comes, even as music swells. All of this fear fizzles; message, story, and figures become transient. It starts with so much promise, only to end as a letdown–like waiting for the end of the world only for the storm to pass.

Metacritic review by Michael Frank
Michael Frank
The Film Stage