I have so often read reviews of films written by pretentious people who are supposedly looking for some pseudo-intellectual artwork and condemn the entertaining, weird, exciting, mind-blowing. Film is supposed to be entertainment. It's often our dreams come to "life". If someone finds one boring then that's simply because they're on a different wavelength - perhaps they expected something different? These people should go and try to make their own films. I found "Knowing" quite spooky at first... I wasn't sure where it was taking me but I was prepared to go along with it - it's called suspension of disbelief.... something that some pseuds seem to have forgotten that is part of dramatic presentations! It then entered a brilliant mid-section in which a couple of quite stunning accidents occurred. It still wasn't clear where it was all leading and this new, other-worldy dimension was introduced - slightly threatening yet suggesting divine intervention. The final stage was brilliant; an end of the world to match all ends as civilisation collapsed and mankind "prepared" to meet its doom. Cage is reasonable as an actor - yes he is a little over-the-top, sometimes even a little cardboard in his acting but he does a workmanlike job and keeps the suspense and story rolling. And yes, the very final ending is a bit candy-flossed and sugary but what the hell! This was a good bit of entertainment.... for God's sake never forget that that's what it's all about! Entertainment!