Breach Reviews

January 13, 2021
Breach is reasonably produced, and much of the cast are clearly having a grand old time. Unfortunately, it's also completely forgettable and never quite succeeds in hitting its stride, confused as it is about its own identity.
January 12, 2021
While Breach isn't scary or remotely original, there are moments when it provides some amusingly cheesy sci-fi action action/horror entertainment. Any film that finds a way to give Willis a flame-thrower is doing at least one thing right.
December 28, 2020
The laughter is unintentional, but it's nevertheless laughter.
December 24, 2020
A minimal budget does not absolve a film from having horrible direction and writing. This Alien: Covenant /The Thing mash up doesn't serve up anything new, it serves it in an utterly cringe-worthy fashion.
December 22, 2020
Breach has its moments of B- movie fun, stemming more from utterly ridiculous execution than a sincere effort to create a gripping space horror.
December 22, 2020
It all more or less takes place in a high school basement or something, I think [that's where] they shot this thing after painting the walls gray. Bruce Willis walks through, does that thing he does, and the movie's over.
December 18, 2020
Another one of those slapdash projects that Bruce Willis has chosen to squander his still-undeniable screen presence on over the last few years.
December 18, 2020
There's nothing new here, forcing director Suits to dial up obnoxious shaky-cam visuals captured on limited sets and pretend he's making something special with a premise that's been done to death.
December 18, 2020
Breach isn't nearly as offensively lazy as most of Bruce Willis' recent direct-to-consumer action flicks... even if you'd be hard-pressed to ever call it genuinely good.
December 16, 2020
Suits does a decent job keeping the fun quotient on par with other Bruce Willis movies.
December 16, 2020
Breach does little to stretch above typical Syfy channel fare.
December 13, 2020
Breach owes a huge debt to Ridley Scott's Alien and John Carpenter's The Thing and while it's nowhere near as good as those classics, this genre flick embraces its B-movie roots and makes for the most enjoyable Bruce Willis movie for a long time.