The HUGE Problem with Knock at the Cabin

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🎬 In this FilmSpeak video essay we discuss The HUGE Problem with Knocka at the Cabin and why the new M. Night Shyamalan movie is kinda problematic…

In this video, we’ll discuss the HUGE problem with Knock at the Cabin… and why it’s such a disappointment.

M Night Shyamalan’s latest film is billed as a thought-provoking, claustrophobic thrill ride, but unfortunately, it’s not all that it’s cracked up to be. Sadly, Knock at the Cabin suffers from a lot of the same issues Shyamalan has struggled with for years, particular when it comes to the KNock at the Cabin ending aka the problem with M. Night Shyamalan. It’s not all bad, though. There are some compelling performances from Dave Bautista and Ben Aldridge, but outside of that, the new Shyamalan movie is one note, and surprisingly, albeit unintentionally, problematic with it’s handling of queer representation. In this video, we’ll discuss the problems with the film and how it ended up disappointing us- big time! Griffin (@griffschiller) gives you his Knock at the Cabin review and explains why Knock at the Cabin is a disappointment, the problem with Knock at the Cabin, why Knock at the Cabin fails, Knock at the Cabin explained, and why Knock at the Cabin is bad. Enjoy this Knock at the Cabin analysis and Knock at the Cabin ending explained video!

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🎞 Chapters 🎞

0:00 Intro
2:35 I. The Proposition
6:34 II. The Ploy
14:04 III. The Pedestrian

🎞 About Knock at the Cabin 🎞

While vacationing at a remote cabin in the woods, a young girl and her parents are taken hostage by four armed strangers who demand they make an unthinkable choice to avert the apocalypse. Confused, scared and with limited access to the outside world, the family must decide what they believe before all is lost. Written and directed by M. Night Shyamalan, Knock at the Cabin stars Dave Bautista, Jonathan Groff, Ben Aldridge, Rupert Grint, Abby Quinn, and Nikki Amuka-Bird.
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What did you think of Knock at the Cabin? 🚪Is it a return to form for Shyamalan or were you disappointed like me? COMMENT BELOW! 💥
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Chase Hedges67
To quote Mark Whalberg from The Happening: “WHAT NOOO…”
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Chase Hedges67
Shymalan is one those directors whose work is always hard to decipher and analyze because you have no idea if it’s entertainingly good or bad or just mediocre
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Honestly liked the film more than I thought I would have. While I am happy they didn't go that one route the book did, at the same time, there were little stakes.

But mainly I felt it was refreshing there was no convoluted twist in it. Hadn't read the book for myself, but I can see why some people are upset that there is no ambiguity here.
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Brian McMahon
Thanks Griff @FilmSpeak ...great video sir- you always have the most in-depth breakdowns. Much appreciated!
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Bryan with an I
2:20 I don’t think that Knock at the cabin can be disappointing because it never promised anything in the marketing

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