Every good and perfect gift is from above,
coming down from the Father of the heavenly lights,
who does not Change like shifting shadows. James 1:17

Where mystery & romance collide with and even Bigger Faith…


This is the first time I’ve reviewed a movie on my blog, but switching up my style was worth it.

The hook:

After a tense encounter with a mysterious stranger who has otherworldly powers, a man gets banished to a parallel Earth where he fights to get back to the woman he loves.

The stars who brought the film to life:

Kristoffer Polaha, who I’ve watched on television shows and movies since “Life Unexpected.” Woah, that was over a decade ago. The film pits Neal McDonough, a seasoned villain actor, against Polaha. However, considering that McDonough was portraying humanity’s age-long enemy, Polaha really, really needed faith. Polaha had made mistakes in his life and reconciling with his wife his primary focus. The potential alternate lives they could have led and a tragic moment causes him great torment. He finds himself in a world that resembles the end of days. Sean Astin and Paras Patel, both of whom star in movies and/or shows that I love. While McDonough revealed his true colors, the supporting cast help knock this exceptional movie out of the ballpark. Let me digress. This is a must-see movie.

The Shift is the perfect film for all moviegoers. The action sequences in this picture might be too much for small children. Otherwise, the film is clean enough for your ears and eyes. Grab the hubby or a friend because dinner and a movie will not disappoint.

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