Breaking in

EDWARD KALEMA
A paint-by-number plot still leads to an entertaining picture in “Breaking In.” Here, you get what you expect, but it’s a little better than you may have anticipated. Much of that is thanks to the beautiful actress Gabrielle Union (Shaun), a mother arriving with her two children at a remote Wisconsin house. Her recently murdered father owned the place and hid some ill-gotten gains inside. A crew of crooks, who didn’t plan on having visitors, is already there to steal the loot.
Soon, those creeps have seized the kids (Ajiona Alexus and Seth Carr) and locked Shaun out of this high-security home. You can bet she’ll use all of its blatantly foreshadowed gizmos, along with her own supply of smarts, to get back in and save her brood.
The tension is highly brewed in this movie. I would say if it wasn’t for the interesting choice of Gabrielle Union to act this thriller, to bring out a mother’s savage nature willing to go beyond the odds to be practical and protect her children and the movie would have certainly not been on our anticipating list.
I would rate it a 6/10, released on 1st June into our cinemas. I would encourage all you lovers of thrillers to watch this and get your blood boiling to catch the end.

Related posts

Leave a Comment