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This is an effective exercise in building and maintaining suspense. A group of thieves get more than they bargained for when they break into the property of Stephen Lang's wealthy home-owner. Though blind, he is far from helpless, as they soon discover. The film is only let down by one or two over-the-top moments that cross into the realms of the gratuitous.
*sniff* oh fuck oops *gets inseminated by an old guy*
loved it!!!! that is all.
An intense thrill-ride with an honestly surprising twist that totally caught me off guard!
A Thriller about extraordinary situation.
Thrilling, but amazing!!
Fede Álvarez, (of 2013's Sam Raimi-backed-reboot EVIL DEAD fame), returns to bolster his stellar directing portfolio and delivers one of the most surprisingly effective Horror films of 2016 — which is no small task when one recalls that 2016 also had amazing Horror films like The VVitch and Green Room. Alvarez's 2013 Evil Dead colleagues — the screenwriter as well as the composer — both return for Don't Breathe, and their talents feel constantly razor sharp. These are competent, confident filmmakers working with impressive actors that virtually all found a way to churn out the best performances of their respective careers for this project — not to be missed.
One of the last films that succeeded to draw attention from the first second to the end
Loved this movie! It was super suspenseful and kept me at the edge of my seat!
Really enjoyed this movie, despite having to look away a lot. Great suspense, believable performances and an engrossing dilemma.