Gabrielle Union did put out a very good show in this new family, drama and thriller movie. The movie was nice and precise, telling us of the experience of one small family who decided to go visit her late dads county home, after he had passed on, only to find out some hoodlums were already in the house looking for the huge amount of money abandoned by her father. The movie revealed the length a mother can go to safe her family. What a good movie for the whole family to watch.
The movie was written by Ran Engle and directed by James McTeigue, they did work quiet hard in putting up a good movie. Although it was all about one night and it was just one location used all through the movie, they did work intensively to make it look so real and exciting. They had a good production, a few good cast and a perfect setting (the technology that was inbuilt in the house was absolutely top-notch). The producers were good in making sure that we stayed excited and entertained all through the one scene movie.
Breaking in started calmly and then picked up, a few minutes later. So Gabrielle Union who was the lead actor played the role of mum as “Shaun Russell”. She had 2kids a boy and a girl and she was happily married. She received a message that her dad, who she really didn’t communicate much with, was late, so she had to go visit their lovely, beautiful, gigantic home at the country side. They had no neighbors and the house was so lonely. The agent was meant to come around to inspect the place, so that they could put the house up for sale. Little did she know that some hoodlums had made their way in, to look for the safe where her dad has saved a huge amount of money? It was after a few hours she found out that some strangers were in the house and she was locked outside. She was very strong and courageous, all through the night she sought ways of going in and dealt with these four men, one after the other; till she got her kids back safe and sound.
Cast: Gabrielle Union, Billy Burke, Richard Cabral, Ajiona Alexus, Levi Meaden, Jason George and many more
Ratings: PG13 (for violence, menace, bloody images, sexual references and brief strong languages)
Genre: Mystery & Suspense)
Directed by: James McTeigue
Written by : Ryan Engle
Time: 88 mins
Studio: Universal Pictures
To my verdict I would say this movie deserves an 8/10, they did put up a very good movie, displaying to us the extent a mother can go, to safe her kids. A few lessons to be learnt and the show of technology displayed in this house were really good.
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