The Shack Reviews
I really enjoyed the movie and went through a range of emotions. Wonderful characters and great storytelling. It never felt forced. Oh and such an emotional ending!!
It's really easy to criticize a movie and point out all the flaws and things that could have been done better... but what is really difficult is to make a movie that will be a success in this modern age and promote Biblical truths at the same time.
Yes the movie has unconventional methods for communicating truth. Many could be upset about the theologically incorrect portrayals of God the Father (a woman?) or other ideas in the film which run cross-grain to our traditional religious mindsets. But I don't believe it was the film makers intent to be heretical or un-biblical in even the least.
What they have done is painted a beautiful and intellectually stimulating portait which causes us to face our deepest fears, uncertainties, and desires for truth. Truth does exist. We can find it. We must pursue it.
This film will challenge you. It's not meant to be taken as literal gospel. It's meant to get you to think unconventionally and force us to face some of the inner struggles and questions with which we wrestle, some of us our entire lives.
Watch this film with an open mind. Embrace the journey upon which it's desiring to take you...
This film asks a lot of questions many of us have and its tale of Gods response and overwhelming beauty of Love of forgiveness is simply put sublime its something I think any Christian should watch far from a religious film and an almost perfect film about faith. Certain touches are just wonderful, when God speaks about other people the phrase "I'm especially fond of (characters name)" is a great touch. I have no problems saying that both me and better half had tears on our face upon watching this film, it is incredibly uplifting.
"The Shack" offers plenty of powerful emotions and messages to stick to your head even after watching the film. With great performances and tragic events, bring your tissues and an open heart.
Pero fuera de eso la película en si es bastante mala tarta de ser muy filosofíca y reflexiva pero no lo logra y realmente es de esas películas que solo le gustan a los hipsters.