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Don't Breathe

Don't Breathe

2016
Suspense/Thriller
Horror
1h 28m
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. But when the blind man turns out to be a serial killer, the group must find a way to escape his home before they become his newest victims. (imdb)
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Don't Breathe

2016
Suspense/Thriller
Horror
1h 28m
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Rated 29 Aug 2016
80
77th
A minute(s) long police response time in Detroit? I can only suspend my disbelief so much Hollywood. This ain't yo daddy's Magoo.
Rated 14 Sep 2016
55
19th
Fun Fact: Fede Alvarez filmed 6 alternate endings for his sophomore effort. Another Fun Fact: He included them all.
Rated 19 Apr 2017
79
77th
Normally, having your tension-filled movie revolve around a bunch of unsympathetic main characters destroys all my reasons to care, but I'll be damned if I didn't tense up a heckuvalot during this. The setup is done really well, giving us a good peek at all the relevant Chekhov's Furnishings before shit goes down. Bonus points for that dang dog. It kind of collapses in on itself plot-wise the more you think about it. The best way to experience this? Don't Overanalyse.
Rated 14 Sep 2016
70
65th
If everyone had his sense of smell you could still smoke in bars. And restaurants. And offices. And airplanes. And hospitals. And churches. And rape dungeons. Whoops!
Rated 06 Sep 2017
74
45th
Let's be honest here: this is an above average horror flick with some really innovative gimmicks. It owes a bit to Panic Room and Wait Until Dark, but is elevated via its look, feel, & Stephen Lang's villain performance. It isn't classic horror that makes you psychologically wired for a few days due to the premise alone (like Psycho, Seven, or Rosemary's Baby). Yet it carries enough shocks to keep you engaged during the running time. I could've done without the slight towards atheists, however.
Rated 14 Sep 2016
90
63rd
I really liked this! I'm not usually a fan of the horror genre, but I thought this was a great movie. It's short, but it also has some good craftsmanship and Stephen Lang plays a pretty creepy blind man. Fede Alvarez has a talent for directing too. There are some really good and interesting shots in here, and the soundtrack helps make this all seem creepier as the minutes go by. Levy and Minnette aren't too bad either. Very intense and anxiety inducing.
Rated 06 Aug 2018
72
64th
This was impressive. Taught, tense, controlled and impressively shot, wisely eschewing cheap scares for an atmosphere driven by threat. The cast do a great job, in particular Lang brings a grizzled intensity to his role. It perhaps suffers slightly from featuring somewhat unsympathetic characters, and just starts edging away from credibility towards the end, but this is solid entertainment. Alvarez shows great promise.
Rated 28 Aug 2016
90
90th
Don't Breathe acts as another amazing notch in horror movies in recent years, as well as another fantastic mark in the career of Fede Alvarez. A solid cast, sold strongly by Levy and Lang, is lifted onto an even higher pedestal with the immaculate visuals of Alvarez. Seriously, there is some breath-taking (no pun intended) cinematography and direction in here. Story-wise it's tight and doesn't give itself the chance to slip much. Don't Breathe is a must-see and one of my favorites of this year.
Rated 31 Jan 2017
45
34th
A Uruguayan outsider tries to give his American audience what he thinks it wants, in this instance a highly sanitised portrait of the criminalising effects of urban decay on contemporary youth, and a portrait of veterans of the Iraq conflict as lying somewhere midway between battle-forged superheroes and disfigured monsters. Hungary has never looked more beautiful.
Rated 28 Jan 2018
68
30th
Alvarez's follow up to the excellent "Evil Dead" reboot is a bit of a letdown by comparison. This one is a somewhat limp variation on the home invasion formula where, following a somewhat dumb reveal, the audience is coaxed to side with the intruders, rather than the blind guy whose house is being burglarized. I can't say I was particularly impressed by anything here except Stephen Lang playing a scary blind man, and bad guy pretty damn well--something not many horror movies have going for them.
Rated 16 Jan 2018
40
43rd
A plan to rob a blind man blind goes exactly as well as you think it will...until the slap-happy krew decide to probe the ex-marine (who it turns out has more lives than all of Hans Gruber's henchmen put together and then multiplied by the number of shitty Die Hard movies that came after the first)'s basement. Then they have to decide whether or not they ever want their Thanksgiving turkeys basted again.
Rated 28 Oct 2016
70
69th
Please no more close-ups of boiling seamen or a seamen filled turkey baster in movies.
Rated 29 Aug 2016
83
58th
While not too much of a horror, the movie is a great primitive, simplistic suspense that lays out the various elements early on and continues mixing them up in new exciting ways, and wraps it up pretty quickly after they're all exhausted. Everything is pretty contained, and dare I say it, claustrophobic as much in setting as in theme. I think the movie is better as an example in economy and utilizing a single setting rather than a great story though. There's not much to think about once its over
Rated 31 Aug 2016
50
4th
Viewed August 30, 2016. An ugly and mean little movie, one not clever enough or well-crafted enough to earn the misanthropy that it hurls at its audience, I think. By the third act, it has used so many cliches to pull the rug out from under us that I just found myself tired and annoyed. Fede Alvarez has a knack for exploring and establishing the textures and dangers of this space, but I don't think he ever turns that into genuine suspense. Just watch Green Room instead.
Rated 13 Jan 2017
70
56th
A decent spin on a very well worn premise marred by completely unlikeable characters. The best thing about this film is the subtle attention to detail and lack of jump scares. It sets up scenes nicely and lets events play out instead of having ridiculous jumps and twists at every turn like most modern day horror. However the weakness becomes apparent in the character motivations and interactions. This tries way too hard to inject sympathy into scumbag characters in an almost apologetic way.
Rated 10 Dec 2017
80
86th
I almost didn't, because I almost forgot to.
Rated 17 Oct 2016
80
62nd
Despite a few too many "She's okay. Oh shit no she's not!" moments near the end, this is a supremely intense movie. For a while it's difficult to know who to root for, but the movie eventually leaves us with no doubts. It's incredibly well shot, with a confident visual style that at times reminded me of that of Panic Room (to match its similar plotline, I guess). This is a solid thriller that I suspect I'll return to again in the future.
Rated 05 Sep 2016
68
70th
Fairly generic and has many little script problems, such as the crudely drawn archetypal characters, tacky backdrop elements, and an ending that's a stretch to believe, but nothing fatal, and it becomes a wonderfully effective fright-flick through its exceptional cinematography and sound design. After "Green Room" and perhaps "The Witch", it is one of the year's most thrilling films, and way better than Alvarez's debut (a remake of Evil Dead).
Rated 30 Sep 2018
78
64th
Breaks with enough conventions that it really does manage to have you on the edge of your seat. Great suspense flick
Rated 26 Aug 2016
70
77th
Don't Breathe is another very strong mainstream entry into the horror genre from 2016, and that's just wonderful. It's a tightly paced, claustrophobic, bare-knuckle movie - one with a couple of strong performances from Jane Levy and Stephen Lang. It utilizes sound and silence better than most, it delivers a couple of unexpected twists, and it's genuinely suspenseful for most of its running time - even if, when you really think about it, its in medias res opening doesn't do it any favors.
Rated 10 Sep 2016
6
54th
For all of its faults, it does a good job making you wonder what's around the corner, which is usually hard to do in a genre so overstuffed with cheap thrills. At one point I was shaking my fist at the characters out of frustration, not knowing what stupid thing they would do next or what absurd avenue the plot would pursue as a result. It definitely keeps you guessing. Note: I'd recommend seeing this in a theater. My crowd's running commentary was hilarious, especially towards the end.
Rated 08 May 2017
62
22nd
**Mild spoilers** Supposed horror film is really more of a thriller - there are few scares to be had, outside of some fairly mild jump-scares, and the film never recovers from its array of repellent, self-centred 'heroes' - while some very contrived third act plotting attempts to paint Lang as a villain deluxe, my sympathies were always squarely with him, surely not the film-makers' intention! Alvarez does indulge in some nifty visual tricks, and the house itself is a great horror location.
Rated 04 Dec 2016
69
73rd
An effective if not sometimes stereotypical venture into the trapped in the house motif. Its raised by its production which is top notch. Lang is menacing and creepy, the other leads could have used a little work as none of them are particularly sympathetic.
Rated 03 Sep 2016
20
9th
I didn't like it. Yes, at times it can heighten the tension successfully leaving you with thrill and stress but even this quality of it gets vitiated by unconvincing twists and actions of the plot. As already written here, it is really a dumb story where I give no single fuck for any character. Besides, the background stories of those guys are at least as shallow and sketchy as their stupidity. Why should Alex care for Rocky? Why should I pity Rocky? Why is Money such an ass hole? No answer...
Rated 01 Sep 2016
80
75th
A silly plot surrounds this film, but it's a tense enough ride that it makes up for its faults. Watching this in a packed theatre was fun, as the gasps, yells, and laughs from the audience made the experience of the film even better.
Rated 19 Jan 2017
8
88th
Very tense and suspenseful with great performances from everyone around, especially Stephen Lang. You can tell that this comes from the creators of the "Evil Dead" remake and Alvarez is certainly one of the better directors working today. However, I do have a couple issues regarding how realistic this is portrayed. Fully recommendable to any movie fan.
Rated 10 Oct 2016
3
38th
Sweet Jesus, this movie goes in some absolutely wild directions. Not sure if they're always good directions, but they're certainly not boring. Stephen Lang, as always, is a great bad guy.
Rated 29 Aug 2016
83
50th
The first two acts are nail biting suspense. The movie is also beautifully shot and well acted. Sadly, the third act falters as the script can seem to only give its various twist in one way, fake endings. It ends up cheapening every single fake-out making each twist less and less impact. It isn't a twist when you can see the road is about to curve, even if you dont know where it's curving too.
Rated 12 Dec 2018
25
13th
Love /Hate with this one It gotta lot of things done right scary / intense But it turns me off because it's simply ridiculous that a blind man would be such an accurate shot
Rated 15 Oct 2016
68
55th
Fascinating how quickly Ariel Castro became the modern American boogeyman, but having girls with dreams of a better life trapped in the basements of old entitled men is certainly a useful metaphor in 2016. "Don't Breathe" is no "Room" or "10 Cloverfield Lane", and it's a little too fond of horror clichés to pad its already short running time, but it never overcomplicates things and has good enough characterisation and tension to glue me to the screen.
Rated 08 Jan 2017
80
59th
It's someone emulating Fincher with a lean script and just enough characterization to make it work. Nothing groundbreaking, just an effective thriller. The reason why I appreciated it so much is that it knows exactly what it is. The last ten or so minutes kind of falls apart, otherwise it would have been rated higher.
Rated 15 Jun 2018
70
76th
Great until the final 15 minutes which should have been cut.
Rated 07 Sep 2016
4
52nd
Well shot thriller. Not a fan of the whole rape subplot (the easiest way to make an audience think someone's evil, instead of character development [not that that's what I wanted from this film, in fact it's better that it breezes through everything and gets right to the thrilling, giving us only enough to sympathize]). Also, could it just end?
Rated 22 Oct 2016
70
64th
Well, they certainly messed with the wrong blind guy. An impressive performance by Stephen Lang who has an intimidating presence throughout. This guy is 64?
Rated 02 Jan 2017
60
6th
This film left me wondering more than once who I was supposed to be cheering for...Money is a dispensable moron, serving no purpose other than to obstruct Alex from connecting with Rocky. Rocky is a snotty brat acting more like a young teenager than an adult wanting to care for her sister. Alex...is just there, pining over Rocky. Meanwhile, the supposed "bad guy" is a blind war veteran that has a twisted sense of morality. I honestly just hoped they'd all die by the end.
Rated 02 Sep 2016
65
31st
For me this is a movie of tremendous premise that slips in more than one spot in its execution. The main trio are fine in most cases, though I think their characters are rather hollow with the exception of Jane Levy. There are those moments, however, where typical thriller and horror logic (or lack thereof) comes into play. Stephen Lang is a boss, though. I feel like the ending is somewhat wasted, though. It's going for something that is kind of pointless to go for. But it could be WAY worse.
Rated 17 Jan 2017
75
62nd
I am glad the dog got onto the credits; he was ace! DB is a well written thriller, which is of course, completely daft, but at least tries to be different and imaginative; the car scene at the end a case in point. My reaction during the first break-in was that I hope the little shits all die horribly, but the quality of the story telling is such that in the end, you end up rooting for the kids. A film that could have been over in 15 mins with a bit of thought and a well timed blow to the head
Rated 22 Nov 2016
2
59th
Visually it looks the part, story wise it's not as decent. It's okay to pass the time, just don't expect to be thrilled, too much.
Rated 11 Sep 2016
20
12th
It's the dark heart underneath that makes things all the more disturbing. Everybody is wrong and wronged here, tortured and torturer. Some more than others. Do we root, then, for the pretty thief who's willing to make innocent people into victims because her life is awful? Or do we empathize with a badly scarred former soldier who does atrocious things after a loved one's tragic, unjust death? Or should we simply throw out any sense of right and wrong altogether? (pluggedin.com)
Rated 26 Apr 2017
75
70th
I feel like I've seen more home invasion movies than a normal person should reasonably have seen. So take it from me, this is an above-average one.
Rated 04 Oct 2016
67
33rd
Juvenile delinquents vs. grandpa with a gun and a supergenius dog. I spent more time rolling my eyes than being scared.
Rated 01 Sep 2016
85
59th
The opposite of the Evil Dead reboot. It's an tense movie that sets up it's characters well and creates most of it's terror without violence but then it falls apart at the end.
Rated 10 Sep 2016
78
57th
This is a thriller unlike any other. Once the robbery starts during the first half you are on the edge of your seat till the end with the twists and turns in the plot. The suspense is also quite shocking and hair-raising. Spoiler alert - I walked into the theatre assuming this was yet another horror movie revolving around ghosts. I was glad to be proven wrong.
Rated 12 Sep 2016
5
69th
Reminded me of Prometheus in the sense that it traffics in horror traditions/cliches, hosts a number of idiotic, unsympathetic characters, and features one particular scene that is almost alone worth the price of admission. A great theatre experience, although I cannot imagine this holding up with repeat viewings. I agree with the comparison to Green Room, which is slightly better IMO.
Rated 08 Jan 2017
41
30th
2016 Trapped-In-A-Room Report: 1.) GREEN ROOM 2.) HUSH 3.) 10 CLOVERFIELD LANE 4.) DON'T BREATHE 5.) Me, right now. (Help!)
Rated 05 Jun 2017
73
83rd
good movie
Rated 18 Oct 2016
70
89th
I guess Don't Breathe was a better title than, Don't Sneeze, Don't Whistle, Don't Fart! Same consequences for all these actions though.
Rated 08 Oct 2016
23
7th
"You can never give the finger to the blind."
Rated 29 Aug 2016
84
85th
Alvarez follows up his better-than-expected Evil Dead remake with this 88 minute suspense fest. The wonderful use of sound begs to be heard in a theater, but it's silence is what grabs you.
Rated 26 Nov 2016
90
66th
Put together very skillfully, and with the hands of a much more talented director than I realized. What keeps it from being perfect, to me, is the teaser in the opening shot. It hurts any hope for the first twist (and the subsequent ones) shocking the audience, but I do see how it could help to add to the senses of dread and discomfort that permeate most every scene. The wrenches it throws in the tropes of the genre are effective, and it deserves credit for pulling off something so by-the-books.
Rated 14 Sep 2016
45
2nd
There's not much to say about Don't Breathe, it's your typical thriller film, while there's many holes to poke at, this movie is obviously not made to leave the viewer in awe, or to leave the cinema inspired, simply to entertain, which it did.
Rated 18 Oct 2016
60
24th
Solid with great sound but too many endings, man!
Rated 04 Jan 2017
40
13th
I figured this was over-hyped, but I didn't anticipate just how much. The 3 leads are just cliché, boring, one-dimensional, unlikable characters. And no amount of them being put in danger was going to change that for me. Lang & his character were pathetically melodramatic. There was potential at first & there were some decent suspenseful scenes. But it soon reveals itself to be just another crappy torture porn movie. I don't know what else I expected from the director of Evil Dead (2013).
Rated 20 Oct 2016
50
36th
It's a simple but entertaining thriller with some nice twists in the story. Silence is used effectively in the film and not having a definite enemy or victim is refreshing.
Rated 14 Oct 2017
62
57th
I wanted to like this more than I did. The main problem is that I sympathized with the madman more that the misbegotten youths. Yes the old guy is off his rocker but it's due to grief and loneliness, the wimp not withstanding, all the other characters are greedy bastards who could have left on multiple occasions but never do and in the end one get rewarded, WTF.
Rated 25 May 2018
70
64th
Give me a break! That guy activated unlimited ammo cheat. But I like the idea it's the opposite of "Wait Until Dark".
Rated 24 Dec 2017
81
80th
Finally, a thriller which is a cut above! Alvarez's tale of teen home invaders seems innocuous, but as time goes on the stakes are raised again and again and he hits you repeatedly with twists that are unforeseeable, game-changing, and plausible. The script is noticeably polished, for the genre. Okay, there are some moments when you ask "how can a blind man aim so well?" but suspend a little disbelief and go along with the ride - it's thrilling. Alvarez + editor know their way around suspense.
Rated 31 Aug 2017
80
55th
Now I'm furious. Thanks.
Rated 14 Apr 2019
74
62nd
Doesn't even try to create any decent characters or give them worthy dialogue, but as a high-tension home invasion thriller, it does its job. It keeps suspense high and the plot moving with unexpected twists and spine-chilling horror that keeps an admittedly recycled idea fresh.
Rated 03 Sep 2016
70
69th
Don't Wake Daddy
Rated 26 Sep 2016
100
99th
In my opinion, this is one of the top ten horror films of all time. Most will think that's a bit generous, but this film is very well crafted and constantly keeps you guessing what's around the corner. I wouldn't say it's scary, as most movies like this don't scare me, but it is very suspenseful (one of the best, along with Joyride and Phone Booth). Despite every major character being a “bad guy”, most of them can be sympathized with, which is impressive. I went in with high expectations btw
Rated 07 Sep 2016
72
59th
People still up in arms about logic when talking about these kind of movies, why??? Tense throughout. Had like 6 endings which really brings it down. Maybe the full circle ending would've been the best? Pretty misanthropic but in a bearable way.
Rated 14 Sep 2016
80
75th
A solid movie that makes the leap into greatness thanks to a strong, likable lead performance by Jane Levy, and an unforgettable antagonist in Stephen Lang's blind man. The story isn't the strongest, but the short runtime means the script doesn't waste any time, either. Well worth seeing - in the theater, if you still can.
Rated 25 Sep 2016
70
56th
Cum.
Rated 02 Jan 2017
2
17th
thought this might be interesting until the You. And. Me. At. The. Beach. Is. This. How. You. Do. Line. Readings. backstory (i wish you didn't, but if you want us sympathising with these burglars maybe don't make them so unfathomably, impossibly terrible at burgling) and the rape nonsense, which is the most contrived way of trying to steer an audience's sympathies i've ever fucking seen. dude is a very good horror craftsman but that never matters when there aren't any stakes or coherent subtext.
Rated 01 Sep 2016
78
66th
Great idea, filmed very creatively. Everything tied together really well, and I appreciated that certain key plot points were left unspoiled by the trailer. I would give this a higher score if Dylan Minnette didn't suck so bad.
Rated 12 Mar 2017
73
63rd
Don't Breathe mixed with Dungeons and Dragons https://youtu.be/ocoevFkRWcA
Rated 29 Aug 2016
81
75th
Alvarez rewrites the "thriller"
Rated 09 Apr 2018
78
80th
Clever home invasion slasher that turns the scenario on its head very soon. The main actors act in smart ways and avert most cliché horror tropes. While still being tense and entertaining, the movie could have ended a bit faster. Really fun though.
Rated 14 Jan 2017
80
80th
Don't Breathe is a well directed thriller with many nail-biting moments and an extra creepy Stephen Lang that will make you forgive the film for it's use of many clichés that don't always work in favour of the film. While the acting of the younger cast is solid, Lang just hits it out of the park with his performance and deserves to be recognized for it. One of the better horror films to come out in the last 5 years.
Rated 19 Sep 2016
85
51st
The set-up was a little clunky, but once this thing hits cruising altitude, hold on to your butts.
Rated 05 Sep 2016
70
75th
* This film starts in a very shitty, cliché way but once we enter the garden of the house, shit starts rolling and the rolling is good. This was a very very well directed and shot film. The cinematography both with light and the camera moves were masterful. Specially the attic scene and the decisin made there was great and surprising. Although the plot isn't too strong, the acting, and atmosphere created makes a really good watch. Very well made film overall.
Rated 27 Apr 2017
83
75th
This film invokes sheer dread in its first act and then spends the rest of the time validating it. Exhausting in the best way.
Rated 28 Aug 2016
9
80th
This movie does a great job subverting expectations. It has the best use of silence I've seen in a horror movie in a while. There's one scene in particular which I haven't quite figured out how I feel about it, but otherwise, I love it! Really curious to see what Fede does next.
Rated 15 Jan 2018
65
66th
3 horrible shits break into a blind vet's house to steal the money he got after his only child is killed in a hit'n'run. I was cheering for the old dude and hoped they'd all die in horrible ways, but then the film cops out and reveals things that makes the dude worse than the awful protagonists and it kinda sucks. That said, it's still a neat horror that relies on real claustrophobia and earned tension rather than jump scares. It's just a shame that I wanted everyone to die horribly.
Rated 03 Nov 2016
94
54th
This is a very suspenseful film with some good performances. Stephan Lang's character (The blind man) is portrayed well, as a desperate man who is psychologically damaged. The cinematography and sound design is very good, and some attempt is made to flesh out the main characters. The film relies more on psychological scares which set it apart from the usual Hollywood mix.
Rated 16 Oct 2016
45
25th
Same old same old.
Rated 04 Sep 2016
68
34th
Kozzy.
Rated 07 Aug 2017
63
51st
A relentlessly unlikable main character aside, it is a tense thriller that never lets one go until the credits roll, with twists and surprises at every turn.
Rated 26 Nov 2016
55
30th
after easter sunday, black christmas, halloween and friday the 13th, we finally get a thanksgiving-themed horror movie.
Rated 12 Sep 2016
78
54th
Many horror movies place a heavy burden on their premise, and too frequently the most interesting aspects of a story are abandoned or conventionalized in favor of bland scares. Don't Breathe has a premise that carries the film (it sets up the relentless claustrophobia, the persistent threat, the simple goal-focused narrative, etc.), but Alvarez does it justice by exploring all the angles fully, never turning away from the plot gimmicks that set the movie apart.
Rated 06 May 2017
80
76th
I actually really enjoyed this film. There was definitely a lot of tension and moved very nicely along, and the interesting twists (although not entirely surprising) were enough to keep me engaged. Although I have certainly seen more intense and more violent films, this one has a lot to keep the engagement high. Recommended.
Rated 13 Jun 2017
86
82nd
Really gotta admire how simple yet brilliant the concept is: it creates a ton of natural suspense and manages to elicit a genuine feeling of being there (the lights out scene was especially well done). However it still has problems. The side characters are ungodly annoying, the third act descends into some really out there stuff, but overall a very good step in the horror genre.
Rated 16 Oct 2016
80
62nd
This was an effective horror suspense flick. I was expecting a completely different twist at the end and was surprised it defied my expectations. Stephen Lang's finest acting since he inhabited the party crasher in The Hard Way with Michael J. Fox.
Rated 12 Sep 2016
80
82nd
Despite several plot holes, Fede Alvarez takes us through a thriller filled burglary attempt. The continuous silent scenes followed by startling events keeps the viewer on his toes at almost every moment after the second act. The film starts by obviously outlining the good and bad guys. However, after revealing several key facts we face a complicated moral dilemma. The thrill develops into a frightening and even disgusting story which makes this more than just an average suspense film.
Rated 27 Feb 2017
45
26th
I rate this stinker .45, like what wished I had during the film.
Rated 11 Oct 2016
82
95th
As i expected this was the best movie of the year so far. It was one of those movies you sit in the edge of your seat filled with suspense and excitement. The story was simple but also very solid. It was more of a thriller than a horror movie but there was a few scares nevertheless. Thumbs up for Fede Alvarez and his crew and another gem in the collection for Ghost house productions.
Rated 18 Aug 2018
87
69th
It excels when it gives the hope that it wont have a typical ending; When Lang is expressing delusion and psychosis over the loss of his daughter.Then it returns to being just another horror film and it loses the points that could have scored it a perfect 10. Fine performances from Lang, Levy and Minette. Solid tension through out especially when you learn the truth behind Langs characters secret. I just wish it would have ended when Minette left the film. It would have been more shocking.
Rated 10 Jan 2017
90
85th
Don't breathe works fine as a story with good scares and strong tension.
Rated 22 Oct 2016
50
77th
Don't mess with blind people....
Rated 03 Aug 2018
75
65th
Don't Breathe is an exercise in how to earn your false resolutions, jump scares, and all the stock tricks in the horror book that we've been accustomed to groan about when they're mentioned. Both low-key and bombastic in a way that should satisfy both sides of the horror fandom. Some will, as always, cross their arms while huffing and puffing about how they "weren't scared at all" to the amazement of no one. If you're watching horror just to be scared you're missing the genre's empathetic point.
Rated 05 Feb 2019
45
27th
An old blind idiot fights three young idiots. Mildly effective though mostly stupid. Also too many aggressive dog scenes.
Rated 26 Aug 2016
80
81st
Sam Raimi & Fede Alvarez duo makes a really good suspense movie, again. Liked it from start to finish.
Rated 06 Jan 2017
84
62nd
Features some of the squirmiest horror in some time. Really well done suspense.
Rated 02 Mar 2022
80
72nd
Ótima construção de tensão na maioria do tempo. Final (?). A lógica se perde aqui ou ali mas ao meu ver entrega o que precisa.
Rated 17 May 2017
70
59th
A really decent horror/thriller that doesn't have to rely on gore or jump scares and just has some really great set pieces and some intense moments. Some of the story veers off into a little "too" creepy territory but it's handled pretty well overall and not completely from left field. Stephen Lang is great, but the lead characters don't win any sympathy votes, so you don't really end up rooting for them at all.
Rated 30 Mar 2020
73
61st
73
Rated 21 Feb 2017
70
69th
Not bad thriller
Rated 21 Jan 2017
30
11th
shit..
Rated 13 Jul 2021
55
74th
#21#, exp2, rw2, popcorn, story, Jane.L

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