Breaking In

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IMDb Rating 5.4 10 9,085

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April 4, 2019

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Billy Burke as Eddie
Christa Miller as Maggie Harris
Richard Cabral as Duncan
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761.99 MB
1280*720
English
PG-13
23.976 fps
88 min
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1.42 GB
1920×1080
English
PG-13
23.976 fps
88 min
P/S N/A / N/A
760.54 MB
1280*720
English
PG-13
23.976 fps
88 min
P/S N/A / N/A
1.42 GB
1920×1080
English
PG-13
23.976 fps
88 min
P/S N/A / N/A

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by JoeMovieWatcher 4 / 10 / 10

A WASTE OF TIME

Imagine a suspense movie cobbled together out of other movies, only worse than any of them. Youve got this supposedly clever and resourceful woman. Her dad is whacked, and the first time she visits his house, its obvious there are WAAY too many security systems, that is, unless he's hiding some heavy stuff she doesnt know anything about. But does she call the real estate agent back and say, "Uh I think my dad may have been into some heavy stuff I dont know about (which could be why hes dead) so we'd better hold off on selling this place awhile'? No; shes still gonna list it next week. Riiiight. Robbers come. Is it not odd that the small town pizza place on the phone does not notify the cops about a customer apparently being attacked on the phone? The mom takes one of the bad guys prisoner. Why not take him out with his crow bar? Why does she not use his phone to call both her husband and the cops? Why in the hell would a crook wear dog tags to a crime? But since he does (idiot!) why does she not seize his wallet and dog tags immediately? This would ensure one robber is ID'ed even if he somehow gets away? Why does she not make SURE the knifey dude she runs over is DEAD? Take his weapon, at the very least. At the end, same mistake again. Why does she not put at least a few shots in him after stabbing him, when there is a gun just a few feet away? When she stumbles into the room with all those security monitors, and realizes theyre monitoring her moves, why does she not smash them to remove any surveillance capability from the robbers, while she maneuvers around the house to save her kids? Why are the robbers so unbelievably stupid, discussing their criminal info in front of the kids? Why is the kids' father character written so unbelievably lame? Why doesn't the director realize that holding a lighter an inch from gas soaked material would instantly light the fumes? You don't need to touch the material if fumes are present. Why would the robber not know that discharging a "firearm" in a room soaked in gas (ie, full of fumes) would likely start a huge fire or possibly even cause an explosion?

Reviewed by ajmetal2001 7 / 10 / 10

Worst breaking-in-movie ever

A multi-million mansion with a multi-thousand dollar security system, which its network control unit is in the garage, which its door can be opened without any security incident! I'm having a laugh. Then you got: 1. A woman, a mother, who gets beaten all night long but at the end runs and boxes like a champion. 2. A teenage girl whose mother makes her to believe that she is a strong and clever woman. 3. A boy which is basically a pu**y. 4. A husband who is stupid and weak. 5. A calm clever criminal who at the end is afraid of the woman more than the next guy 6. A super aggressive killer who is of course a foreigner. 7. A mix of womaniser, pus**, coward. 8. The last guy is a stupid nobody. Hollywood at its best. All cliches together. Horrible terrible awful movie. Don't waste your time.

Reviewed by abcvision 7 / 10 / 10

Mom's love

This movie hits to every mother's nightmare. For her children to be taken from her. Shaun Russell goes to her father's house with her children. In the course of events she is caught up in a home invasion. Things go from bad to worse as her children get trapped inside with the bad guys. It becomes a battle of wits and determination. This suspenseful movie has lots of twist and turns. A good action pack adventure that reminds you, don't mess with mama.

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