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The Shack ()

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Summary: A grieving man receives a mysterious, personal invitation to meet with God at a place called "The Shack."

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Date User Score
May 27 abatjour3407 abatjour3407
99T10
May 24 Koernia Koernia
40T1
May 24 siweq86
20T1
May 23 qK2wp2
0
May 21 navid.g
68T3
May 20 Temptershell Temptershell
47T1
May 18 mehmetali82
66T2
May 02 kroolu kroolu
73T4
Apr 21 tiotuli tiotuli
55T1
Apr 21 Wmn56j
55
Apr 20 Bachelor
60T3
Apr 18 allhustle
80T3
Apr 16 abaciberk23
5T1
Apr 09 Alyne Alyne
60T3
Apr 08 sellos sellos
49T1
Apr 04 Dunder74 Dunder74
6T5
oh, surprising...spot-on casting, a not-terribly redundant script and message, and pretty shit to look at...maybe there is a god
Mar 30 tinythedogg tinythedogg
90T10
Mar 26 MovieCrazy21
86T9
Mar 20 blitzkreig0 blitzkreig0
60T6
Mar 19 Matthew_Parkinson Matthew Parkinson (The Escapist)
10T1
The Shack is a movie that involves a man meeting the Trinity and ... doesn't even seem to care a whole lot. That about sums up the entire agonizingly long experience of watching the movie: it's something that should, theoretically, be very interesting, but in the end, it amounts to nothing more than a generated yawn. Sam Worthington ruins whatever his character had going for him, the dialogue further dulls an overlong and underdeveloped story, and the entire experience is excruciatingly boring. [Full Review]
Mar 10 MetaCritic2 MetaCritic2
32T1
Mar 05 chiphall72
62T4
Mar 04 Stewball Stewball
40T1
This is sort of a modern take on the Book of Job--why do bad things happen to good people? But instead of the Jobian God saying "It's none of your business" (paraphrased), here she/he says, "You misunderstand the mystery"--a reworking of the old saw, "God works in mysterious ways". From there on, it's hit and miss with some touching moments, and two or three really over-the-top absurdities as the story flits from flower to flower.
Mar 03 filmcricket
30T1
Average Tier 3.27 from 24 Rankings rss