Dr. Wayne Dyer's Drama
The Shift
Review by Ross Anthony

Surprisingly well put together. As What the bleep do we know? sought to dramatize what is essentially new age and/or self-help philosophies, so does "The Shift" take the personal-growth theories of Dr. Wayne Dyer and weave them into a handful of storylines that progress through the film. Wayne Dyer appears as himself, comfortably, and warmly, explaining his ideals to a film crew dispatched to capture his interviews.

It's a good film for anyone who's missing that happiness factor in their lives -- especially, those who have found success in their work. And there are a few scenes that really rock. That argument in the café scene knocks it out of the park -- excellent drama there!

I've enjoyed lectures from Dyer in the past. Really, I think he and his message are wonderful. But, I would have liked to see their application to someone who's having a hard time just making a living.

-- Books by Ross Anthony, Author/Illustrator --

  • The Shift. Copyright © 2014.
  • Starring Dr. Wayne Dyer. Directed by Michael Goorjian. Hay House.

Grade..........................B+ (2.5/4)

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