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Knock at the Cabin 2023 123movies

Knock at the Cabin 2023 123movies

Save your family or save humanity. Make the choice.Feb. 01, 2023100 Min.
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Watch: Knock at the Cabin 2023 123movies, Full Movie Online – While vacationing, a girl and her parents are taken hostage by armed strangers who demand that the family make a choice to avert the apocalypse..
Plot: While vacationing at a remote cabin, a young girl and her two fathers are taken hostage by four armed strangers who demand that the family make an unthinkable choice to avert the apocalypse. With limited access to the outside world, the family must decide what they believe before all is lost.
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Knock At The Cabin Is A Tense And Engaging Thriller
Writer/Director M. Night Shyamalan is back with his new thriller “Knock at
the Cabin” and like his earlier works; the film blends reality with
supernatural elements to put ordinary people in circumstances that are
dangerous and unnatural.
The film involves a same-sex couple named Eric (Jonathan Groff) and Andrew
(Ben Aldridge), who have taken their adopted daughter Wen (Kristen Cui),
to a secluded cabin for a relaxing vacation.

The arrival of four strangers lead by the imposing but soft-spoken Leonard
(Dave Bautista) becomes dangerous when Leonard informs them that the world
is about to end and only by choosing to sacrifice one of them can the
Apocalypse be diverted.

Leonard explains that the four had the same vision of the end of the world
and that they were drawn to save it by taking such drastic actions. They
inform their captives that they will not harm them but they will not be
allowed to leave as they must make the choice and failure to do so will
doom everyone and force the three of them to exist as the sole-survivors
of the aftermath.

Convinced that the intruders are insane; Eric and Andrew refuse the offer
and watch as one of the four captives sacrifices themselves which is soon
followed by news on the television of a massive earthquakes which resulted
in tsunamis.

Convinced it is a ruse or simply timed events to the days news; the
captives again refuse a request only to see another sacrifice followed by
more news of devastation happening around the world.

What follows is a tight thriller as Eric and Andrew learn more about their
captives and the changing world situation which forces them to confront a
world gone mad.

The film is good at setting a tone and maintaining a mild tension
throughout as the audience is left to wonder how real what is being
presented by Leonard and his associates are. I liked the fact that the
movie did not try to wrap things up nice and tidy and left the audiences
with some questions about the events as well as what would happen in the
aftermath.

Bautista gives an career-best performance and shows that his is capable of
doing more than the action-comedy genre which he has been playing to date
and I hope he continues to seek roles such as this.

While the film may not reach the levels of some of his earlier classics,
Shyamalan has crafted an entertaining film that keeps you guessing.

3.5 stars out of 5

Review By: garethmb

“Wen” (Kristen Cui) is out collecting grasshoppers when she encounters the statuesque and friendly “Leonard” (Dave Bautista). When his three friends turn up though, she gets spooked and runs to her remote cabin home where her dads “Eric” (Jonathan Groff) and “Andrew” (Ben Aldridge) are chilling on the veranda. She is worried, and soon they are locked in with four seemingly hostile folks outside demanding entry. The doors and windows are no match for their rather medieval weapons and soon the boys are tied to their chairs fearing the worst in homophobic behaviour. Thing is, the four appear to mean them no harm – well, not directly anyway. “Leonard”, in a calm and measured manner, now regales them with a tale foretelling an apocalyptic end for mankind unless this small family make a very, very, tough decision in the next twenty four hours. Should they not, then we soon discover that things will not go well for them, but do not go at all well for their four “persuaders” either. Bautista is quite good here, as is Aldridge and for a while the plot is actually quite intriguing. The ultimate catch-22 with a question posed to rational people – who love each other – that would test any of us. Sadly, though, M Night Shyamalan can’t keep the intrigue sustained and it rather runs out of steam from the middle onwards. Groff doesn’t really show up and neither, for that matter, does Rupert Grint. I also felt that young Cui takes a little too much screen time and grates after a while. It’s the shortest of short stories, and might have worked better had it just been the hour with a tighter narrative and less meandering. Still – it does ask a question that I’m not sure I could answer either in their position – and I did quite enjoy watching it.
Review By: CinemaSerf
Not just a knock, but another bang in the Renaissance of the enigmatic yet polarizing M. Night.
Shyamalan gets the most extremes sides far as reactions. People either love or hate his movies for his bizarre yet ambitious signature style. The fact that he approaches his films with a “swing away” attitude has gained my utmost respect since his mega hit Sixth Sense. Along the way there’s been some strikeouts but within the last decade he’s created a Renaissance for his films.

This particular book adaptation is yet another hit, and will be sure to get people talking. The premise starts out rather straightforward and you quickly find out the stakes are high and massive. The story will grab hold of you and shake you to the core with twists that even though you know are coming will still be shocking even for M Night’s catalogue.

The acting is absolutely next level with Dave Bautista and Jonathan Groff putting in their raw emotions and prowess into every scene. They will make you feel the story relentlessly . The writing here is also relative and gutsy. The camerawork is as crisp as ever with fantastic wilderness settings and supreme angle work. The cgi for certain scenes used looks authentic and never cheap. The true standout has to once again be the leaps that the plot takes going into to daring territory . It never holds back which is commendable in a time like this.

Overall I would easily say that this film will be looked at as one of his stronger ventures and is highly thought provoking to a point where you’ll need a second viewing. It gives the classic Shyamalan wonder and curiosity that make him one of the most intriguing directors /story tellers of our time.

Review By: tresm87
Not just a knock, but another bang in the Renaissance of the enigmatic yet polarizing M. Night.
Shyamalan gets the most extremes sides far as reactions. People either love or hate his movies for his bizarre yet ambitious signature style. The fact that he approaches his films with a “swing away” attitude has gained my utmost respect since his mega hit Sixth Sense. Along the way there’s been some strikeouts but within the last decade he’s created a Renaissance for his films.

This particular book adaptation is yet another hit, and will be sure to get people talking. The premise starts out rather straightforward and you quickly find out the stakes are high and massive. The story will grab hold of you and shake you to the core with twists that even though you know are coming will still be shocking even for M Night’s catalogue.

The acting is absolutely next level with Dave Bautista and Jonathan Groff putting in their raw emotions and prowess into every scene. They will make you feel the story relentlessly . The writing here is also relative and gutsy. The camerawork is as crisp as ever with fantastic wilderness settings and supreme angle work. The cgi for certain scenes used looks authentic and never cheap. The true standout has to once again be the leaps that the plot takes going into to daring territory . It never holds back which is commendable in a time like this.

Overall I would easily say that this film will be looked at as one of his stronger ventures and is highly thought provoking to a point where you’ll need a second viewing. It gives the classic Shyamalan wonder and curiosity that make him one of the most intriguing directors /story tellers of our time.

Review By: tresm87

Other Information:

Original Title Knock at the Cabin
Release Date 2023-02-01
Release Year 2023

Original Language en
Runtime N/A
Budget 20000000
Revenue 21000000
Status Released
Rated R
Genre Horror, Mystery, Thriller
Director M. Night Shyamalan
Writer M. Night Shyamalan, Steve Desmond, Michael Sherman
Actors Dave Bautista, Jonathan Groff, Ben Aldridge
Country United States
Awards N/A
Production Company N/A
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Original title Knock at the Cabin
TMDb Rating 6.758 217 votes

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