MOVIE REVIEW: BREAKING IN

 

With Gabrielle Union’s expertise in acting her skills in Breaking in was definitely exceptional, being the lead she interpreted the script perfectly and the movie was suspense filled that I didn’t want to miss a scene because you don’t know what to expect.

The movie was centered on a mother of two (Shaun Russell) who has to visit her father’s smart house following his demise after being hit by a truck which was obvious that  the old man’s death was planned, Shaun had a difficult relationship with her dad but she has to pay her last respect, with her husband caught up with work she had to go with her two kids a Teenage daughter named Jazz and the younger son named Glover, although the kids are not interested in going as Jazz wanted to spend time with a prospective boyfriend and Glover just wants to play video game but they had to go with their mum.

The visit turns around to birth regrets when they have unwelcomed guests, these guys are not here to joke, they came armed. The same ones who kill her father, what exactly do they want? These four men are desperately in need of the old man’s four million dollars that is stuffed in a safe place in the house. Shaun was not in the house when these unwanted guests but one of them come after her and she will do anything to save her family.

Shaun did all she could to save her family, a mother would go to any extent just to keep her kids safe and Shaun is definitely an amazing mum, she told her daughter Jazz before the arrival of the guests that “I am your mother, it is not your job to worry about me, it is my job to worry about you” and the young girl was smart enough to take care of her brother, she sure raised her kids well.

It is a great movie that describes how far a mother could go to keep her family safe, the suspense filed 88 minutes movie surely describes the love of a mother. The strangers underrated the strength of a mother but they were wrong as she surely dealt with all of them.

The ten characters all did an amazing job to deliver the message expressly, the directing was wonderful and the cinematography was almost perfect.  The only problem I have with the movie is the graphics design why say payback is a mother, I think it should be “a mother’s love or a mother is safety”

I will definitely rate it 90%. If you have plans to visit the cinema soon please do stop by to watch this movie, it is sure going to be worth your time. If you have watched it what’s your review on the movie? Hit me up in the comments session.

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