Knock at the Cabin Review: M. Night Shyamalan's Apocalypse Thriller Stumbles

The end of the world is nigh, but can be prevented by a brutal choice. M. Night Shyamalan brings the apocalypse to a terrified family's doorstep with Knock at the Cabin. Based on the novel by Paul G. Tremblay, a home invasion takes an ominous turn with the future of humanity at stake. If only the twisted premise paid off beyond absurd contrivances with the use of a homosexual couple and their adopted Asian daughter as props. No surprises are offered after a taut open. A predictable narrative plays out as expected in a film that stumbles.


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