It was still a very refreshing and very thrilling. Likewise there are many more, but the film does not explain and I believe there are sure reasons behind them. Alvarez crafts an arousing narrative that brilliantly displays the mounting nervousness that awaits. The writers did not care to waste time on those, because they wanted only a thriller, a non-stop one and they got one. The fact that there is really no one wholly good or wholly evil. The intimacy of the film is the main thing that makes it so fresh and interesting as a thriller, if it was taking place around a city or in a town it would not be half as suspenseful as having it all take place in a house.
. You must be and to submit your review. The very thought of a psychotic blind man enforcing his brand of warped justice on the youthfully sighted self-indulgent saps is deliciously manipulative and wonderfully inventive. Maybe, a prequel, though sequel seems more interesting idea after what happened in this. Don't Breath is a great movie with a very well developed plot and a stellar cast. Tired of quickie jobs that net a few nice watches and some jewelry, Money stumbles on a possible crime that would truly change their lives. Rocky, Money and Alex will just go in and take it.
Rocky, a young woman wanting to start a better life for her and her sister, agrees to take part in the robbery of a house owned by a wealthy blind man with her boyfriend Money and their friend Alex. I'm a pretty huge horror fan but even for me that is crazy unexpected. It did, on the other hand, make some cliché plot developments. You can feel Alvarez rushing to get to the centerpiece when he could have taken a beat or two to give us a reason to care about Money and Alex beyond the former being a tough guy and the latter being the nice one. Surely one of the best thriller of the year, so make sure you watch it soon.
Well, Rocky and her two boytoys were sadly mistaken if they thought that they could take sole advantage of this savvy yet disturbed disabled war vet with visions of sorrow and sacrifice. Rocky Jane Levy , Alex and Money are three Detroit thieves who get their kicks by breaking into the houses of wealthy people. The realization that the home-invading crew has picked a tricky trap of a house to pillage while underestimating the capabilities of its handicapped owner seems like poetic justice. Rocky, Money and Alex will just go in and take it. Money gets word about a blind veteran who won a major cash settlement following the death of his only child. His inner madness was already established by personalized heartbreak but the arrival of his uninvited guests devilishly unleashed more demons within his off-kilter psyche.
Like the end seems very silly, because there were lots of evidence to prove the film character had committed a crime, but easily got out. Perhaps the audience could also benefit from a little pre-screening bongy haze of their own. But when it does not go as they have planned, they find trapped inside his house. It is an absolute thrill ride, from the moment we enter this man's house there is a tension that does not go away, it never becomes tiring. Now it is going to be remade in Kollywood and also a sequel was announced.
A few years earlier, his daughter was killed in a car accident and he received a massive cash settlement that Money believes is in a safe in the house. The star of the show, however, is without a doubt Stephen Lang, a completely engrossing performance of a ruthless man with no soul, I believe it will go down as the highlight of his career. In fact I'm yet to be anything other than impressed by his work not that notable an achievement, as he's only directed two films, but still. Deep in the desolate, rundown heart of Detroit—on one of many blocks with no neighbors and few active utilities—lives a blind man Lang. It had me at the edge of my seat from start to finish, as we quickly gain support for these thieves as they get caught up in a bad situation.
But I'm very disappointed with many flaws, or maybe you can say those unexplained stuffs. Understandably the theme is somewhat recognizable to movie audiences as ominous strangers invading your domestic private space is a recipe for paranoia and persecution. An intense adventure, Don't Breathe is a refreshing movie that certainly stands out from the crowd, I would recommend it to anyone looking for a good thriller. Plus, all the stolen items confiscated much not be too expensive otherwise their illegal activities will be exposed much sooner than later. I mean the event, because the story was a one liner, but the event was what this film based on. Rocky Levy , her boyfriend Money Daniel Zovatto and wishes-he-was-boyfriend Alex Dylan Minnette rob houses in the wealthy suburbs of Detroit. A few years earlier, his daughter was killed in a car accident and he received a massive cash settlement that Money believes is in a safe in the house.
The title is not just what the film revolves, it also for us to hold breath while watching it and most probably sitting on the edge of our seat throughout. Sure, there appears to be a simplistic approach to an otherwise conventional premise of a house break-in at the hands of opportunistic thugs. How hard could it be? In fact, the romantic couple wants to reach for the sky and steal as much stuff possible to make their dreams of living on East Street an immediate reality. Almost a one night based theme with the limited cast. Though it becomes a suicidal, and left without any option, what's next for them and the result of their attempt is what becomes the film's conclusion. How hard could it be? The word is that the personally troubled and sightless ex-military man is about to be awarded a whopping three-hundred thousand dollar cash settlement involving the wrongful death of his beloved young daughter.
I expected that when I saw the ending. The film was short, because there were none segments wasted, it comes to the point quickly. You can feel Alvarez rushing to get to the centerpiece when he could have taken a beat or two to give us a reason to care about Money and Alex beyond the former being a tough guy and the latter being the nice one. But when the blind man turns out to be a more ruthless adversary than he seems, the group must find a way to escape his home before they become his latest victims. In fact, the irony of the criminal threesome trying to escape the boarded-up dark and dingy household makes them look like the victimized three blind mice at the mercy of a crazed trigger-happy, sight-deprived ex-soldier that can see all too well that his cherished castle and belongings are being jeopardized by these punkish intrusive violators.