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Running Time:
1 hr. 28 min.

Rating: R Restricted. Under 17 Requires Accompanying Adult.

Rating Explanation:
or terror, violence, disturbing content, and language including sexual references

Jimmy's Buzz Guide Review:
Although it makes a striking first impression, it overstays its welcome as it explores a pleasingly simple idea: What if the intruders had more to fear than their target?

Additional Info:
Stephen Lang ... The Blind Man
Jane Levy ... Rocky
Dylan Minnette ... Alex
Daniel Zovatto ... Money
Emma Bercovici ... Diddy
Franciska Töröcsik ... Cindy
Christian Zagia ... Raul
Katia Bokor ... Ginger
Sergej Onopko ... Trevor
Olivia Gillies ... Young Emma
Dayna Clark ... TV Anchor

Don't Breathe
The money and skeletons are linked, of course, as an unnamed Iraq War survivor (Stephen Lang). He received a large settlement after his teenage daughter was killed in a car accident some years earlier. This would appear to make him an easy mark to the trio of Rocky (Jane Levy), Alex (Dylan Minnette) and Money (Daniel Zovatto), who use keys from Alex’s father (an employee at a home-security company) to break into their targets’ homes. It’s a classic “What could go wrong?” scenario in which the answer is, once again: “Everything.”
So inventive for its first hour, Don’t Breathe directed by Fede Alvarez  strains credulity the longer it goes on. The blind man becomes more of a Michael Myers-style brute with each set piece: he’s always on the other side of the door, and seemingly impossible to kill. By the time the credits roll, you might find yourself breathing a sigh of relief for all the wrong reasons.

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