Overall, 'Breaking In' isn't much of a thriller because it never raises the stakes, only keeps them consistent. After managing to escape, Shaun must now figure out a way to turn the tables on the desperate thieves and save her captive children. There's very little in the form of escalation, and even when it tries to, director James McTeigue never takes the time to lay out the implications. The reactions and moments were well played between the seven principals it is hard to pick out one over the other. The family soon gets an unwelcome surprise when four men break into the house to find hidden money. All about a honeymoon couple vacationing on a remote island with unexpected happenings along the way.
It looks like really good cheese — just listen to all those tag lines! Compatible device and high-speed, broadband Internet connection required. They all were that good. It's because the bad guys are pretty pathetic. I'm sure that it's meant to demonstrate the kind of courage and resolve that all mothers are supposed to have when it comes to defending their children, but that's just an assumption and the byproduct of weak writing by Ryan Engle who has had quite a year with 'Commuter' and 'Rampage'. Not only that, but there's a real lack of visual flair to the film, which is odd considering McTeigue is so well known for it. To be perfectly fair, it did exceed my expectations, but considering how much I was dreading this flick, that isn't saying much. Shaun Russell takes her son and daughter on a weekend getaway to her late father's secluded, high-tech vacation home in the countryside.
Number of permitted concurrent streams will vary based on the terms of your subscription. Can somebody enlighten me as to what exactly happened? Instead, the audience is able to identify with them instantly, meaning that the film can get right to the heart of its story without a lot of development. Her character simply is and that's actually kind of boring. Streaming content may count against your data usage. Even the psycho, Mexican stereotype who is quick to kill played by Richard Cabral hardly makes audiences bat an eye, even though his eyes are pretty crazy.
. After managing to escape, Shaun must now figure out a way to turn the tables on the desperate thieves and save her captive children. Kelly Carlson and Eric Winter were the honeymooners; Tessie Santiago and I think Marc Kudisch were the other couple. I'm not mad that I saw this movie or even disappointed that I sat through it. Watch the first trailer below.
It's just that his cohorts don't exactly strike terror in the hearts of the audience. It's not a painful movie to watch like so many other action thrillers, but it never makes you feel anything at all. She leaves him bound and gagged, and uses the intercom to call the house. Needless to say, the mom is the most intimidating character in the entire film. The security system is off-line at their arrival, but is soon reactivated by Jasmine.
The shots are all quick and never linger to raise suspense. Unknown to the family, four criminals - Peter, Sam, Duncan, and their leader Eddie - are already in the house. Universal Pictures has debuted the first trailer for Breaking In, the new thriller from V for Vendetta director James McTeigue and Non-Stop writer Ryan Engle and let me just say it is very much my shit. This is both a good and a bad thing in the end. First they are interrupted by the groom's sister and husband, best man and maid of honor at their wedding, then by 3 sinister invaders after more than money.
Well, the problem is that the threats she is facing include a bleach blonde tweaker and an ex-con who can't quite manage to grow a complete mustache. What was real and what wasn't? Unfortunately, 'Breaking In' is just another disappointing attempt at trying to snag an audience with a lackluster mother's day movie. Luckily, the leads of 'Breaking In' actually do a pretty damn good job. One of the most underrated principal in good storytelling is that a hero is only as good as their villain. Jasmine and Glover are taken hostage while Shaun is outside. Instead, I'm completely apathetic towards 'Breaking In'. Sounds like a compelling movie, right? Peter chases Shaun into the woods, where she manages to knock him unconscious.
There's no hero's journey for her. Gabrielle Union manages to create an empathic connection with audiences early one in the film. For personal and non-commercial use only. However I really didn't get the ending at all. Todd Babcock was excellent as the villain invader with Xavier Torres and Mercedes Renard as his accomplices. It had you guessing and then a surprise ending in the final scene that I won't reveal.