In 2005, Paul Young wrote a book for his children and family called "The Shack." He printed 15 copies as a Christmas gift. It turned into a New York Times best seller and is now a major motion picture. Gary Wolcott, the Herald's film critic Mr. Movie, interviewed Young, who talks about the book, the movie and the actors, and what it means to readers and to the audience. Courtesy Gary Wolcott
In 2005, Paul Young wrote a book for his children and family called "The Shack." He printed 15 copies as a Christmas gift. It turned into a New York Times best seller and is now a major motion picture. Gary Wolcott, the Herald's film critic Mr. Movie, interviewed Young, who talks about the book, the movie and the actors, and what it means to readers and to the audience. Courtesy Gary Wolcott

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Mr. Movie review: ‘The Shack’ a beautifully filmed story about power of forgiveness

March 02, 2017 1:46 PM

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Gary Wolcott's "Mr. Movie" column has appeared in the Tri-City Herald since 1992. The Tri-Cities native now lives in Portland, Ore., and watches about 200 movies each year. He believes movies are made to be seen on theater screens and that you should see them there, too. He also encourages questions and comment and loves movie debate.