This weekend a knock on the door by M. Night Shyamalan opens and the critics’ opinion is already known
The latest from sixth sense director M. Night Shyamalan, There’s a Knock on the Door, hits theaters around the world today, and now that the review embargo has been lifted, you can find out what critics are saying about the mystery drama. terror.
Shyamalan’s films (at least the more recent ones) tend to be divisive, and this adaptation of Paul Tremblay’s The Cabin at the End of the World doesn’t seem to be an exception.
Although the film has a respectable 68% on Rotten Tomatoes, most critics agree. “which is often less than terrifying and parts of the story don’t hold up to scrutiny, There’s a Knock on the Door is a thought-provoking chiller and Shyamalan follows it up a notch”many critics have taken issue with certain aspects of the story, including its “serious tone” and alleged “faith-based” themes.
Nevertheless, The performances, particularly the menacing turn of actor Dave Bautista (Guardians of the Galaxy), have received much praise, as has the cinematography by Jarin Blaschke (The Lighthouse).
As for the film, it already has 73% and Rotten Tomatoesin the assessment of the audience, which is not a bad note to have been in movie theaters for just a few hours.
You can check out the latest trailer below.
During a vacation in a cabin away from it all, a girl and her parents are held hostage by four armed strangers who force the family to make an impossible decision to prevent the apocalypse. With limited access to the outside world, the family must decide what to believe before all is lost.
THE KNOCK AT THE DOOR, from visionary filmmaker M. NIGHT SHYAMALAN, stars DAVE BAUTISTA (Dune, the Guardians of the Galaxy saga), Tony Award and Emmy Award nominee JONATHAN GROFF (Hamilton, Mindhunter), BEN ALDRIDGE (Pennyworth , Fleabag), BAFTA nominee NIKKI AMUKA-BIRD (Persuasion, Time), KRISTEN CUI in her acting debut, ABBY QUINN (Little Women, Landline) and RUPERT GRINT (Servant, The Harry Potter Saga).
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