The ShackAfter the abduction and assumed death of Mackenzie Allen Phillip's youngest daughter, Missy, Mack receives a letter and has the suspicion it's from God asking him to return to The Shack where Missy may have been murdered. After contemplating it, he leaves his home to go to The Shack for the first time since Missy's accident and encounters what will change his life forever.Genre: DramaCountry: United StatesDuration: 132 minQuality: HDRelease: 2017IMDb: 6.3Keywords:
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Stuart HazeldineBirthdate: 10 June 1971, Surrey, England, UK
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Critic Reviews of "The Shack"
Katie Walsh Tribune News ServiceMarch 06, 2017
If Octavia Spencer is God, then Lord, take me to church.
Chris Nashawaty Entertainment WeeklyMarch 03, 2017
It's one of those movies where you'll either decide to give in right away and sob for two hours straight or opt to fight it while your resentment slowly simmers to a rolling boil.
John Semley Globe and MailMarch 03, 2017
Based on the sleeper bestseller by Canadian author William P. Young, The Shack offers an enlightening - if dispiriting - vantage on contemporary, non-denominational Christianity.
Peter Sobczynski RogerEbert.comMarch 03, 2017
The Shack wants to be a sincere exploration of faith and forgiveness but somehow manages to be both too innocuous and too off-putting for its own good.
Adam Graham Detroit NewsMarch 03, 2017
"The Shack" is a grief-packed journey through loss, bargaining and acceptance that feels like an overly long church sermon.
Ignatiy Vishnevetsky AV ClubMarch 02, 2017
Most of its running time is taken with mollifying conversations between Mack and the movie's New Age-meets-Bible Belt oversimplifications of the Holy Trinity. It fits right into a long tradition of quasi-mystical pseudo-parables.
Richard James Havis South China Morning PostApril 17, 2017
The Christian God is rarely shown figuratively in movies, and The Shack is a good example of why not.
Mabel Salinas Cine PremiereApril 08, 2017
The Shack will appeal to those who like Christian cinema and put the theme above the technical attributes. [Full review in Spanish]
John Lui The Straits Times (Singapore)April 05, 2017
British director Stuart Hazeldine cranks up the digital effects to give a fairly interesting interpretation of heaven, but they cannot make up for how this is a sermon, turned into a play, dressed up with computer-aided show-and-tell.
Alice Murray Film InquiryMarch 20, 2017
The Shack successfully manages to challenge the narrow conceptions of what a Christian looks or sounds like - hence all of the debate and controversy.
Jim Lane Sacramento News & ReviewMarch 09, 2017
This one nevertheless falls short, thanks to the plodding direction of Stuart Hazeldine, who also lets Worthington engage in the kind of mumbling whisper that some actors mistake for intensity.
Marjorie Baumgarten Austin ChronicleMarch 09, 2017
To the film's credit is its willingness to dip into the deep end of dark matters instead of shying away from harsh truths and hard-earned faithlessness. Still, The Shack plods toward the Almighty - even when its characters are walking on water.
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