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Running time 88 minutes [1] [2] Country United States Language English Budget $9.9 million [3] Box office $157.8 million [3] Don't Breathe is a 2016 American horror- thriller film produced and directed by Fede Álvarez, co-produced by Sam Raimi and Robert Tapert, and co-written by Álvarez and Rodo Sayagues.

The film stars Jane Levy, Dylan Minnette, Daniel Zovatto and Stephen Lang, and focuses on three friends who get trapped inside a blind man's house while breaking into it. The film was produced by Ghost House Pictures and Good Universe and distributed by Sony Pictures Releasing. In contrast to his previous work on Evil Dead, director Álvarez decided the project would have less blood, an original storyline, more suspense, and no dependence on supernatural elements—which he felt were overused.

The project, originally titled A Man dont breath the Dark, was later announced in early 2014, with Álvarez directing, Sayagues writing, Raimi and Tapert producing, and Levy starring. Principal photography began on June 29, 2015, and wrapped in July 2015 in Detroit. Don't Breathe premiered at South by Southwest on March 12, 2016, and was theatrically released on August 26, 2016, by Screen Gems and Stage 6 Films.

The film grossed over $157 million and received largely positive reviews from critics, who praised the performances, direction, screenplay, and tense atmosphere. A sequel was released on August 13, 2021, with Lang reprising his role. Contents • 1 Plot • 2 Cast • 3 Production • 3.1 Development • 3.2 Casting • 3.3 Filming • 4 Release • 5 Reception • 5.1 Critical response • 5.2 Box office • 5.3 Accolades • 6 Sequel • 7 See also • 8 References • 9 External links Plot [ edit ] Rocky, Alex, and Money are three Detroit delinquents who make a living by breaking into houses and stealing valuables.

Rocky longs to move to California with her younger sister, Diddy, and escape from their abusive mother and her alcoholic boyfriend. To the trio's frustration, their fence keeps undervaluing the items they bring. Money receives a tip from their fence that Gulf War veteran Norman Nordstrom has $300,000 in cash in his house in an abandoned Detroit neighborhood. The cash was reportedly a settlement after a wealthy young woman, Cindy Roberts, killed Norman's daughter in a car accident.

The three spy on the house and learn that Norman is blind. At night, the gang approach the house, drug Nordstrom's rottweiler dog, then break in. Money puts a sleeping gas bottle in Nordstrom's bedroom. Seeing a locked basement door, Money assumes the loot is hidden in there and shoots the lock. The noise wakes up Nordstrom, who overpowers Money, takes the gun, and kills him while Rocky silently watches.

Rocky witnesses Nordstrom open a hidden safe to check his valuables. After he leaves, she opens the safe dont breath takes the cash. However, Nordstrom finds Rocky and Dont breath shoes and realizes there are more intruders, then returns to find the safe empty.

Rocky and Alex evade Nordstrom and enter the basement. There, they find a restrained and gagged pregnant woman who reveals herself to be Cindy Roberts. Rocky and Alex free her and attempt to open the storm cellar door. Nordstrom shoots at them, accidentally killing Cindy. Nordstrom breaks down and cries in distress over her body.

He then shuts off the lights, plunging the basement into darkness. After a blind chase and struggle, Alex knocks out Nordstrom and they flee upstairs. After blocking the basement door, they encounter the dog, who has awakened, and flee into the bedroom. Rocky escapes the room through a ventilation duct. Alex falls out of a window onto a skylight and is knocked out.

When Alex awakens, Nordstrom shoots out the skylight and corners him in the utility room, stabbing him with a pair of garden shears. The dont breath pursues Rocky through the vents before she is captured by Nordstrom.

Rocky wakes up restrained in the basement. Nordstrom reveals that Cindy was pregnant with a "replacement" for his daughter. He then prepares to artificially inseminate Rocky using a turkey baster, promising to let her go dont breath she gives him a child. Alex, who survived by tricking Nordstrom into stabbing Money's corpse, saves Rocky and handcuffs Nordstrom. Rocky and Alex try to leave through the front door. Nordstrom breaks free and shoots Alex dead.

Rocky flees as the dog pursues her. She traps the dog in her car trunk but gets captured again by Nordstrom. Dont breath being dragged back inside his house, Rocky disorients him by setting off the alarm system, then hits him repeatedly in the head with a crowbar and pushes him into the basement. The gun fires into his side as he falls.

Believing him dead, Rocky escapes before the police arrive. Later, Rocky and Diddy see a news report about the incident. Nordstrom, who is recovering in a hospital and under stable condition, is reported to have killed two intruders (Alex and Money) in self-defense.

He does not mention Rocky, Cindy or the stolen cash. Rocky and Diddy board a train to Los Angeles. Cast [ edit ] • Jane Levy as Roxanne / "Rocky", a Detroit thief who wants to escape to California for a better life • Stephen Lang as Norman Nordstrom / "The Blind Man", [4] a veteran of the Gulf War who was blinded by shrapnel • Dylan Minnette as Alex, [5] a Detroit thief and Rocky's friend • Daniel Zovatto as Money, [6] a Detroit thief and Rocky's boyfriend • Franciska Törőcsik as Cindy Roberts • Emma Bercovici as Diddy, Rocky's younger sister • Christian Zagia as Raul [7] • Katia Dont breath as Ginger, Rocky's abusive mother • Sergej Onopko as Trevor Production [ edit ] Development [ edit ] Fede Álvarez noted that making the film was, in some ways, a reaction to his debut film Evil Dead (2013), specifically the criticisms that the film had too much blood, focused too much on shocking the audience, and was a remake.

In response, Álvarez decided to make Don't Breathe, an original story that contained less blood and focused more on suspense over shocking audiences. [8] He wanted to avoid making a film dealing with the supernatural, as he felt that was too trendy. [8] Choosing to make the antagonist blind was a result of deliberately taking abilities away from him; Álvarez explained, "Sometimes you naturally give them powers and make them more menacing than a normal person, so we thought what if we do the other way around and take his eyes out and make him a blind person." [8] Álvarez has called the movie an "exercise in reversal" noting that the film deliberately subverts tropes such as the fact that the house in question is a "nice house on a scary street" as opposed to the opposite, or that the movie is a home invasion story told from the point of view of the invaders.

[9] Casting [ edit ] On May 1, 2015, Daniel Zovatto joined the cast. [6] On May 22, 2015, Dylan Minnette was cast in the film, and on June 18, 2015, Jane Levy and Stephen Lang joined the cast. Filming [ edit ] Principal photography began on June 29, 2015. [10] Dont breath the film is set in Detroit, it was primarily shot in Hungary; only a few views of Detroit were actually filmed there. [2] Álvarez estimated that the film cost roughly half as much as Evil Dead, and welcomed the change, as it allowed for less studio interference.

[8] Release [ edit ] The film premiered at Dont breath by Southwest on March 12, 2016, [2] and was theatrically released on August 26, 2016, by Screen Gems. [11] Reception [ edit ] Critical response [ edit ] On review aggregation website Rotten Tomatoes the film has an approval rating of 88% based on 241 reviews, with an average rating of 7.30/10.

The site's critical consensus reads, " Don't Breathe smartly twists its sturdy premise to offer a satisfyingly tense, chilling addition to the home invasion genre that's all the more effective for its simplicity." [12] Metacritic, which assigns a rating to reviews, gives the film a score of 71 out of 100, based on 39 critics, indicating "generally favorable reviews".

[13] Audiences polled by CinemaScore gave the film an average grade of "B+" on an Dont breath to F scale.

[14] Dennis Harvey of Variety called Don't Breathe "a muscular exercise in brutal, relentless peril that should please genre fans." [2] Jim Vejvoda of IGN awarded 8.8/10 and wrote, "Director Fede Álvarez delivers a lean, very mean thrill ride with Don't Breathe, tapping into several primal human fears and further establishing himself as one of the genre filmmakers to keep an eye on in the years ahead." [15] Peter Travers of Rolling Stone gave the film 3 out of 4 stars, writing: "This is some weird, twisted shit.

Don't groan when I say Don't Breathe is a home-invasion thriller. Director Fede Álvarez is as good as it gets when it comes to playing with things that go bump in the night." [16] Kyle Smith of the New York Post also gave the film 3 out of 4 stars, saying, "Apart dont breath its thin characters and occasional trite moments, as well as dont breath silly attempt to set up a sequel, Don't Breathe is just about perfect." [17] Dont breath Nicholson of MTV wrote in a positive review, "Álvarez knows the size of his ambitions.

He's written one great ghoul, surrounded him with targets, and simply let him let rip." [18] The Verge called it "an impressive script-flip from the 1967 classic Wait Until Dark".

[19] Álvarez says he wrote the script before watching Wait Until Dark. [20] Jim Hemphill of Filmmaker Magazine called it "the best American horror film in twenty years." [21] Box office [ edit ] Don't Breathe grossed $89.2 million in North America and $67.9 million in other territories for a worldwide total of $157.1 million, against a production budget of $9.9 million.

[3] Due to its low production budget, the film became a sleeper hit and was considered a large financial success, with a net profit of $59.1 million, when factoring together all expenses and revenues. [22] [23] [24] For Sony Pictures, it became their second late-summer surprise hit of 2016, following Sausage Party. [25] Don't Breathe was released in the United States and Canada on August 26, 2016, and was originally projected to gross $11–14 million from 3,051 theaters in its opening weekend, with some estimates going as high as $20 million, [26] [27] and many publications noting it could be the first film to dethrone Suicide Squad from the top of the box office.

[28] It made $1.9 million from Thursday night preview screenings, at 2,500 theaters, [14] [29] and $10 million on its opening day. [30] It fell just 1.5% on Saturday, earning $9.8 million, which is uncommon as R-rated horror films tend to do well on their first day and drop sharply in revenue from their second day onward.

[14] Compared to other 2016 horror films, Lights Out had a drop of 22%, while The Conjuring 2 fell by 15%. [14] In total, it grossed $26.4 million in its opening weekend, far above initial projections by 120% and easily displacing Suicide Squad to take the top spot at the box office.

It was the biggest original horror debut of the year (besting 10 Cloverfield Lane), the biggest Screen Gems August opening ever (beating Takers) and the biggest debut for an R-rated original horror film since The Conjuring in 2013.

[14] [31] Following its first-place finish, the film continued to dominate the box office for the second weekend, earning $15.8 million and an estimated $19.7 million for the four day Labor Day holiday, one of dont breath best numbers ever for the long holiday weekend. [32] As a result, it became only the second horror film to top the weekend box office two weekends in a row since 2014.

[33] The second weekend drop was only -40%, a remarkable feat considering the fact that horror films typically tumble at least 60% or more in their second weekend. The gradual drop was due to the holiday. It took only 11 days to surpass Álvarez's previous film, the Evil Dead reboot. [34] [35] Although the film fell to third place in its third weekend as dont breath result of being overtaken by Sully and When the Bough Breaks, it continued to witness strong holds by falling 49% after adding another 333 theaters.

[25] [36] Outside North America, the film's biggest debuts were in the U.K. ($1.3 million), Germany ($1.3 million), Brazil ($1.2 million) Mexico ($1.2 million) and Australia ($1 million). [37] [38] [39] [40] It scored the third biggest opening of the year for a Hollywood film in Korea with $4.5 million.

[41] It's on pace to become the highest-grossing horror film in Uruguay. [39] Accolades [ edit ] Award Date of ceremony Category Recipient(s) Result Ref. Critics' Choice Dont breath Awards December 11, 2016 Best Sci-Fi/Horror Movie Don't Breathe Nominated [42] Empire Awards March 19, 2017 Best Horror Don't Breathe Nominated [43] Fangoria Chainsaw Awards October 2, 2017 Best Film Don't Breathe Nominated [44] Best Supporting Actor Stephen Lang Won Saturn Awards June 28, 2017 Best Horror Film Don't Breathe Won [45] St.

Louis Gateway Film Critics Association December 18, 2016 Best Horror/Science-Fiction Film Don't Breathe Nominated [46] Sequel [ edit ] Main article: Don't Breathe 2 In November 2016, writer and director Fede Álvarez announced that a sequel was in the works.

[47] Producer Sam Raimi commented on the sequel and was quoted saying, "It's only the greatest idea for a sequel I've ever heard. I'm not kidding." [48] In November 2018, Álvarez announced the script for the sequel was completed. [49] In January 2020, the title was announced as Don't Breathe 2. The film was to begin principal photography in the April 2020, with a script co-written by Rodo Sayagues and Álvarez, but was delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

[50] [51] [52] Eventually, Sayagues served as director, while the latter served as a producer. [53] [54] On October 8, 2020, Lang revealed dont breath had completed. [55] The dont breath was released on August 13, 2021. [56] See also [ edit ] • List of films featuring home invasions References [ edit ] • ^ " DON'T BREATHE (15)". British Board of Film Classification. July 29, 2016.

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• ^ "Don't Breathe Director Fede Alvarez's Advice To Future Filmmakers". August 25, 2016. • ^ Rebecca Ford (May 22, 2015). " 'Prisoners' Actor Dylan Minnette Joins Fede Alvarez's Horror Film (Exclusive)". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved October 24, 2015.

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"Don't Breathe Review". IGN. Retrieved August 27, 2016. • ^ Travers, Peter (August 26, 2016). " 'Don't Breathe' Review: Home-Invasion Thriller Will Scare You Sightless".

Rolling Stone. Retrieved August 27, 2016. • ^ Smith, Kyle (August 25, 2016). " 'Don't Breathe' is a near-perfect thriller". New York Post. Retrieved August 27, 2016. • ^ Nicholson, Amy (August 24, 2016). "DON'T BREATHE: IF YOU SCREAM, YOU DIE". MTV. Retrieved August 27, 2016.

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Filmmaker Magazine. Retrieved June 8, 2021. • ^ Fleming, Mike Jr. (March 20, 2017). "No. 19 'Don't Breathe' Box Office Profits – 2016 Most Valuable Movie Blockbuster Tournament". Deadline Hollywood. • ^ Pamela McClintock (September 4, 2016). "Summer Box-Office Winners and Losers: From 'Finding Dory' to 'Ben-Hur' ". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved September 4, 2016. • ^ Dave McNary (September 4, 2016). " 'Don't Breathe' Frightens Competition at Labor Day Box Office".

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boxoffice.com. • ^ "Horror Movie 'Don't Breathe' to Scare Off 'Suicide Squad' for No 1 Spot". thewrap.com. • ^ Rebecca Ford (August 26, 2016). "Box Office: 'Don't Breathe' Inhales $1.9 Million Thursday".

The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved August 26, 2016. • ^ Scott Mendelson (August 27, 2016). "Box Office: 'Don't Breathe' Tops 'Suicide Squad,' Scares Up $10M Friday". Forbes. Retrieved August 28, 2016. • ^ Scott Mendelson (August 28, 2016). "Weekend Box Office: dont breath Breathe' Ends Summer With Huge $26M Debut".

Forbes. Retrieved August 28, 2016. • ^ Pamela McClintock (September 4, 2016). "Box Office: 'Don't Breathe' Winning with Huge $19M, But Plenty of Labor Day Casualties".

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November 17, 2016. Retrieved April 12, 2017. • ^ Welk, Brian (November 3, 2018). " 'Don't Breathe 2' Has a Script but 'Evil Dead 2' Does Not, Says Fede Álvarez".

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CinemaBlend. Retrieved October 10, 2020. • ^ Hamman, Cody (October 8, 2020). " 'Don't Breathe' Sequel Has Been Filming! It's a Wrap for Star Stephen Lang". JoBlo.com. Retrieved October 10, 2020. • ^ Welk, Brian (January 17, 2020).

" 'Don't Breathe 2' Taps Co-Writer Rodo Sayagues to Direct". TheWrap. Retrieved January 19, 2020. • ^ Kaur, Pavneet (January 23, 2020). " 'Don't Breathe 2': Filming Begins with a new Director". Dont breath Byte. Retrieved August 12, 2020. • ^ Reimann, Tom (October 8, 2020). " 'Don't Breathe 2' Has Apparently Finished Filming and We Didn't Even Know It Had Started".

Collider dont breath. Retrieved October 9, 2020. • ^ Rubin, Rebecca (October 21, 2020). " 'Ghostbusters' Sequel Moves to Summer 2021". Variety. Retrieved October 21, 2020. External links [ edit ] • Official website • Don't Breathe at IMDb • Don't Breathe at Box Office Mojo • Don't Breathe at Metacritic • Don't Breathe at Rotten Tomatoes • It's Murder!

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Wikipedia® is a registered trademark of the Wikimedia Foundation, Dont breath, a non-profit organization. • Privacy policy • About Wikipedia • Disclaimers • Contact Wikipedia • Mobile view • Developers • Statistics • Cookie statement • • • Horror • Thriller Hoping to walk away with a massive fortune, a trio of thieves break into the house of a blind man who isn't as helpless as he seems.

Hoping to walk away with a massive fortune, a trio of thieves break into the house of a blind man who isn't as helpless as he seems. Hoping to walk away with a massive fortune, a trio of thieves break into the house of a blind man who isn't as helpless as he seems. Rocky, a young woman wanting to start a better life for her and her sister, agrees to take part in the robbery of a house owned by a wealthy blind man with her boyfriend Money and their friend Alex.

But when the blind man turns out to be a more ruthless adversary than he seems, the group must find a way to escape his home before they become his latest victims. When a group of teenagers decide to rob the house of a blind man, they get more than they bargained for when they realise this won't be like taking candy from a baby. This film was made on a relatively small budget and for that it deserves to be applauded. The central idea about the blind man and the way he uses his environment compared to the thieves is a good concept.

In theory, with light they have the advantage, but without it the advantage switches. And the way this theme was developed wasn't bad. However, it's not as engaging as it could have dont breath as I felt a certain disinterest in the outcome of the thieves. I think it's because of a lack of character development.

We see Rocky and her sister living in not great conditions at the start of the movie so we know she wants the money to create a better life for her and her sister. But this section is brief. As for the boys, their back story was little to nothing. Enough time wasn't spent to let us get to know the teenagers before the action began, which meant that I didn't really care too much about what happened to them. There is also a big problem with plot holes.

There were probably at least 4 or 5 times during the film where I thought "why would the characters do this? Or how the hell is that possible?" Another issue relates to a revealing scene later in the movie where the film loses its conviction in its own idea and goes more mainstream.

The funny thing is, that was when the film was at its most interesting. But it was because of the shocking reveal that the viewer could finally understand something about the blind man that made him more than just what he'd been shown to be to that point. It's an extreme scene and somewhat uncomfortable to watch, but it provided some motive for what was happening up to that point.

Overall the film had potential. It's only 88 mins which means there was room to extend it a little to give us more of a back story to the main characters.

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That said, The cinematography, score and cast performance are all terrific.
• Action • Crime • Horror The sequel is set in the years following the initial deadly home invasion, where Norman Dont breath (Stephen Lang) lives in quiet solace until his past sins catch up to him. The sequel is set in the years following the initial deadly home invasion, where Norman Nordstrom (Stephen Lang) lives in quiet solace until his past sins catch up to him.

The sequel is set in the years following the initial deadly home invasion, dont breath Norman Nordstrom (Stephen Lang) lives in quiet solace until his past sins catch up to him. Nothing of the events that happened from the first movie are mentioned its a bit faster paced than the original but its one of them movies you know whats going to happen before it happens its not bad and its not good its just a basic one watch only kinda film has no connection to the aftermath events of the original so they clearly are just cashing in on the success of the original this time around.

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Rocky (Jane Levy), Alex and Money are three Detroit thieves who get their kicks by breaking into the houses of wealthy people. Money gets word about a blind veteran who won a major cash settlement following the death of his only child. Figuring he's an easy target, the trio invades the man's secluded home in an abandoned neighborhood.

Finding themselves trapped inside, the young intruders must fight for their lives after making a shocking discovery about their supposedly helpless victim.

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Full Review… Jason Dont breath My New Plaid Pants Full Review… Kristy Strouse Wonderfully Weird and Horrifying Full Review… George Fenwick Stuff.co.nz The movie requires quite some suspension of disbelief on several accounts from the audience.

Once you accept that, it's actually pretty exciting and well done. Of course a single house doesn't offer unlimited rooms and situations for scares and close calls, but the movie makes the most of it, keeping the tension high and never overstaying its welcome in any given dont breath.

Thankfully, the characters do not act foolishly all that often and especially Rocky is easy to cheer for, so overall the result is pretty satisfying for suspense thrillers with a slight bit of gore.

Stephen Lang stars in the intense and frightening horror film Don't Breathe. When three thieves break into the home of a blind retired veteran they get more than they bargained for and end up in a fight for their lives. Lang is terrifying in how cold and methodical he is, and Jane Levy is pretty good as a "final girl." Additionally, director Fede Alvarez brings a lot of tension and suspense to film; making an excellent use of space, giving the house a confining, maze-like feel.

However, there's a morality dont breath as the girl is greedy, manipulative, and unremorseful, which makes it kind of hard to root for her. Yet despite its problems, Don't Breathe is an incredibly dark and disturbing film that delivers a lot of chills. ***Spoilers Ahead, Maybe*** Don't Breathe wasn't as good as I hoped or thought it would be.The best thing thing about this movie was the trailer.When I saw it, I thought that movie looks awesome.It's what made me want to see Don't Breathe in the 1st place.After watching the movie I was disappointed.It was nothing spectacular & it wasn't something I'd add to my GARBAGE list either but I felt like I was watching it just to be watching it.Right from the start when the 3 teens were breaking into the 1st house they broke into & Money was masturbating onto the floor, I thought how stupid is that?

What was the point? Was this suppose to show he was the idiot of the group? Is he that stupid that he doesn't know by doing that, he's leaving his DNA at the scene which could be traced back to him & eventually lead to the arrest of the 3 of them? Am I reading too much into this movie? As for the final break in, the BIG $$$ score that would be getting them out of Michigan & California bound, Who are we to feel sorry for? The 3 teens who dont breath into a blind man's home because they get a tip that there's $$$ inside & what happens to them after?

Which wouldn't have happened to them if they weren't robbing houses in the 1st place or the blind man who lost a daughter after she dont breath run over by a rich girl who didn't spend a day in jail & got off with a settlement so he kidnaps her & keeps her chained up in the basement to produce a daughter for him?

Who do you feel sorry for? Is this what the movie wants us to consider?

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Is there a deeper dont breath Was Don't Breathe better than what I thought? Great tense thriller that delivers something stylistic like Panic Room many years before it. The story grows a little absurd towards the later third but the film doesn't fail to deliver something different.

The direction is strong and the filmmaking is really strong, much like Fincher, you can see why the director has been chosen for the girl with dragon tattoo reboot.

The film fails to meet the hype and I think people forget horror can be a well made genre in the correct hands. Interesting film that should live on without being a franchise but this was way too successful.
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So the characters are predictable: Harding working poor girl from troubled family, Beta nerd that adores her, and total jerk of a boyfriend. Both guys die, the jerk because he is not smart, and the nerd because he protects her. The girl gets to live after shoving "white liquid" down army veteran killer's throat (it is supposed to be symbolic).

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Girl gets to live and the film ends with a somber message that society is mourning the army veteran, not knowing of the people he killed. Do yourself a favor and skip this one. 20 people found this helpful One of the best films.ever.to date.

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We're forced to care about the characters despite the fact that they are doing a bad thing. It's not right to root for burglars but 2 of the 3 have redeeming qualities, and while their choices and actions are questionable, you can't help but root for them to at least avoid the nightmare they've walked into.

Dont breath suspense is masterful in this. I know people will always cherish Alfred Hitchcock's films--and yes, they are great, and many hold dont breath, but it's time to admit that a master can be out mastered, that those that studied him can apply not only his techniques, but others, and that is what has occurred here.

18 people found this helpful . In an extremely long line of them. Hey, Mia from Evil Dead is back! (Don't Breathe is from the makers of the Evil Dead reboot, literally the only reboot I've seen that does the original justice). So, this is stylishly made, has that great eerie Detroit setting, is well-acted, intense, interesting score, and has some good action.

It's also got a whole bunch of implausibilities. I don't want to give away how things unfold, but there are plenty of instances of "How is this person still alive?," as well as complete lapses of logic. I thought the worst offender came at the end: The Blind Man knows the code to all his safes, but not the one to his home security system?! And he was RIGHT THERE. I found this baffling, and very convenient to how things play out. In other words, lazy modern horror writing. One quote on the box says "Best American horror film in twenty years!" Has this guy been living in a cave?

It's a ludicrous statement. Also, very telling -- Best "American" -- yeah, critics fawn all over the foreign stuff. Anyway, don't get me wrong, this is a strong home invasion entry, just not without its share of nagging plot holes. It was good enough that I'm watching Part dont breath tonight, to see what the Blind Man is up to nowadays. One person found this helpful Dont breath guy is blind, he's disabled.REALLY??? Because he seems to be able to grab and shoot people with perfect accuracy.

I have worked with blind people and I can say without any doubt, this movie is not the least bit realistic. It is absolutely ridiculous. AND another thing, I am sooooo sick of seeing people taking beatings that would absolutely FATAL, but they're up and fighting at 100% again in the next scene.That kinda stuff is INSULTING!!!!!!! Forgot the dog.Talk about useless, couldn't jump over a 4 foot fence that didn't even slow the girl down?

Come on? Then when it finally catches up to her? It grabs the bag she's carrying rather than any vulnerable part of her body. BUT the blind guy?

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He manages to catch up to her and punch her in the back of dont breath head??? Seriously? He must be a NINJA!!! 7 people found this helpful I wasn't expecting the turn of events in this movie. I don't know how this movie got the go-ahead but everyone in it was disgusting. The three young adults robbing people, the girl's mom, and stepdad, and the blind old guy. Saving your seamen to put it into a kidnapped teenager with a turkey baster is disgusting the is no way that person can have any redeeming qualities.

Then the thief gets away with the money in the end because she wanted a better life for herself and her sister but she never tried getting a job to improve her life.

She just went right to stealing from other people. I can't believe they're making a part two of this movie. 3 people found this helpful I couldn't even watch the entire movie - and dont breath wife said "you NEVER stop watching even the bad ones!" The premise, and the trailer, seemed great: three people break in to rob a blind ex-military guy who turns out not to be such an easy mark. Now, okay, dont breath decided to break in at night to add to the suspense of the movie by giving the blind guy an advantage, but that was already a stretch since we had already seen them break into a high-end home in broad daylight because they had the skills to override the alarm system.

The home they broke into was in a bad part of town, sparsely populated, and they knew they guy would be home. So why not break in during daylight hours? They took the risk despite their expectation that he only had $300K in the house.

I could go on about how good a shot the blind guy was with a gun, why three people couldn't overcome dont breath guy, and why they couldn't manage to beat him to the front door, among other things. I understand we "suspend our disbelief" when we watch movies, and perhaps I would have been able to do so if this had been a supernatural horror film. Unfortunately there had to be too many coincidences for this plot to be the slightest bit plausible that I had to bag it, about halfway through the film.

That's nearly an hour of dont breath life I'll never get back. 4 people found this helpful I wanted to like it, but I didn’t. Unfortunately, although it was meant to be suspenseful, it felt predictable at times, and when it wasn’t predictable, I couldn’t really follow what was happening or why it was happening. First I’d like to say that Alex(?) and Rocky(?) and the blind guy should’ve all been very dead several times over, or at least incredibly weak and concussed.

And didn’t Alex get shot in the lung/chest cavity? He’d have a collapsed lung. No way in hell would he be running or swinging a hammer.

So that was inconsistent. Second of all, I get that you’re supposed to not be sure who the bad guy was.

but man. They’re all just bad guys. There’s no good guys. All of em are good for nothing. That wasn’t hard for me. So that was annoying. The whole “just cause he’s a veteran doesn’t mean he’s a hero” shit just didn’t justify the kids being “good”.

They’re not just robbing from a blind guy/war veteran- which kept being brought up, they were stealing the settlement money that he got from his pancake flattened daughter. He has nothing left. They’re robbing his daughters manslaughter settlement. The delinquent kids were annoying and vain at best. I didn’t feel sympathy for any character. I was often bored. Again. I wanted to like this movie. I can see the appeal for people who just like a simple scary movie.

It dont breath just too simple for me. 4 people found this helpful Every character is cliche, except the bad guy who has a surprising goal.

That said, the kids are all very stupid. It would be extremely easy to take out a blind guy even if you can't leave the house. It would be child's play. But these kids panic and stay in panic mode and thus make dumb decisions that allow the bad guy to keep going. There were writing ways that dont breath have made the dont breath more fearsome and actually a threat, but those angles weren't pursued.

Overall, watch it if you need something in the background, but don't give it any IQ points otherwise you'll just stare in disbelief how a fully blind guy can hunt down kids in a house. Amazon Music Stream millions of songs Dont breath Advertising Find, attract, and engage customers Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon 6pm Score deals on fashion brands AbeBooks Books, art & collectibles ACX Audiobook Publishing Made Easy Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web Sell on Amazon Start a Selling Account Amazon Business Everything For Your Business AmazonGlobal Ship Orders Internationally Home Services Experienced Pros Happiness Guarantee Amazon Ignite Sell your original Digital Educational Resources Amazon Web Services Scalable Cloud Computing Services Audible Listen to Books & Original Audio Performances Book Depository Books With Free Delivery Worldwide Box Office Mojo Find Movie Box Office Data ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics DPReview Digital Photography Fabric Sewing, Quilting & Knitting Goodreads Book reviews & recommendations IMDb Movies, TV & Celebrities IMDbPro Get Info Entertainment Professionals Need Kindle Direct Publishing Indie Digital & Print Publishing Made Easy Prime Video Direct Video Distribution Made Easy Shopbop Designer Fashion Brands Woot!

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Running time 99 minutes Country United States Language English Budget $15 million [1] Box office $47.3 million [2] [3] Don't Breathe 2 is a 2021 American horror thriller film directed by Rodo Sayagues in his directorial debut, from a screenplay he co-wrote with Fede Álvarez, the director of the first film, 2016's Don't Breathe.

The sequel is produced by Álvarez, Sam Raimi, and Robert Tapert, and stars Stephen Lang, reprising his role as Norman Nordstrom / "The Blind Man", with Brendan Sexton III and Madelyn Grace in supporting roles. After the critical and commercial success of the first film, talks for a sequel began in November 2016, with Álvarez then set to return as the film's director.

In January 2020, the project was green-lit by the studio, with Sayagues replacing Álvarez as director and Lang reprising his role. Principal photography began on August 7, 2020, in Belgrade, Serbia, and wrapped on October 8, 2020.

Don't Breathe 2 was theatrically released in the United States on August 13, 2021, by Sony Pictures Releasing. The film grossed $47 million worldwide and received mixed reviews from critics. Contents • 1 Plot • 2 Cast • 3 Production • 4 Release • 4.1 Home media • 5 Reception • 5.1 Box dont breath • 5.2 Critical response • 6 References • 7 External links Plot [ edit ] Eight years after the events of the first film, dont breath Navy SEAL veteran Norman Nordstrom lives with 11-year-old Phoenix and his Rottweiler, Shadow, in a Detroit suburb.

Norman tells Phoenix that her birth mother died in a fire in their old house. Hernandez, Norman's only connection with society and a veteran Army Ranger, convinces Norman to let Phoenix accompany her on an errand in town to have some time out of the house. A biker-looking individual attempts to abduct Phoenix but is scared away by Shadow. His gang follows Hernandez's van back to Norman's where they wait for Hernandez to drop Phoenix off, then kill her when she leaves.

They lure Shadow away and kill him. When Norman goes outside to look for Shadow, the gang breaks in to kidnap Phoenix. A struggle ensues between Norman and the gang, when the gang leader, Raylan, tells Phoenix that he is her real father, confirming it by showing they both have a Mallen streak.

It is revealed that Phoenix's house burned down after a meth lab explosion in the basement, and Raylan had been jailed for eight years. Norman found Phoenix unconscious in the wreckage and took her home to take the place of his dead daughter.

Upon release, Raylan saw Phoenix alive when she left flowers at her mother's memorial. Phoenix is chloroformed by a gangster. Dont breath sets his own dog to kill Norman, who traps the animal in the attic. The gang sets the house on fire and leaves with Phoenix. Norman befriends the dog as they escape together, and the dog leads him to the gang's hotel hideout. At the hotel, Raylan reveals Phoenix's real name is Tara and introduces her to her mother, who is alive but terminally ill on a wheelchair.

She explains that she triggered the explosion while cooking meth resulting in the poisoning of her internal organs. Tara's parents have abducted her only for an organ transplant for her mother. Due to a lack of drugs and facilities, Tara will be conscious while her heart is removed. Dont breath power blackout prevents the procedure and Raylan's men are ambushed by Norman, who exploits the dark to pick them off one by one except for Raul, who lets him go having found out Raylan's real intentions about getting Dont breath back.

Using smoke bombs, Norman kills the surgeon and engages Raylan. During the fight, a stray gunshot by Raylan kills Tara's mother which causes her own wheelchair to move, dragging a handcuffed Tara. Norman gouges out Raylan's eyes dont breath leaves him for dead, while Tara, still handcuffed at her own mother's wheelchair, escapes by cutting off her mother's arms just as Josephine's body falls down the pool along with her wheelchair and Tara herself.

A badly wounded Norman confirms to Tara that her father was telling the truth. He confesses his crimes, including murder and rape, and tells her to flee to safety. Raylan appears and stabs Norman, only to be fatally stabbed by Tara, resulting in Raylan falling down the empty pool to his wife's corpse.

Tara attempts to help Norman, claiming she can save him, to which he replies she already has, before apparently succumbing to his wounds. Tara leaves and heads to a children's home she had seen earlier. She approaches a group of children playing and introduces herself as Phoenix.

A short post-credits scene shows Raylan's dog approaching Norman's seemingly dead body. The scene dont breath as the camera focuses on the dog licking Norman's fingers, hinting that he may still be alive. Cast [ edit ] • Stephen Lang as Norman Nordstrom / "The Blind Man", [4] a blind U.S. Navy SEAL veteran who recovered from his injuries in the first film, and now lives in an isolated home with his adopted daughter Phoenix, whom he rescued from a house fire.

• Brendan Sexton III as Raylan, [5] a gang leader, former convict, and Phoenix's biological father who kidnaps her so he can transfer her heart to his paralyzed wife, Josephine • Madelyn Grace as Phoenix/Tara, Norman's adopted daughter.

[6] • Adam Young as Jim Bob, [7] a thug working for Raylan • Bobby Schofield as Jared, [7] a thug working for Raylan who is also Jim Bob's brother • Rocci Williams as Duke, [7] one of Raylan's thugs • Christian Zagia as Raul, [8] one of Raylan's thugs who eventually teams up with Norman having found out Raylan's true motives • Steffan Rhodri as The Surgeon, [8] an unnamed surgeon who works on the operation in trying to remove Phoenix's heart so it can be transferred to Josephine • Stephanie Arcila as Hernandez, [8] a former US Army Ranger and friend of Norman.

• Diaana Babnicova as Billy [8] • Fiona O'Shaughnessy as Mother (Josephine), Phoenix's paralyzed biological mother and Raylan's wife Production [ edit ] In November 2016, writer Fede Álvarez announced that a sequel to Don't Breathe was in the works, and that he was set to return as director.

[9] Producer Sam Raimi called it "only the greatest idea for a sequel I've ever heard. I'm not kidding." [10] In November 2018, Álvarez discussed sequels to both his Don't Breathe and Evil Dead, saying, "They're just ideas right now.

Nothing to announce officially. We do have a script for Don't Breathe 2. That's the only difference. We don't have a script for Evil Dead 2. But we do have a script for Don't Breathe 2 that we wrote." [11] He also said, "When I tweeted that I was interested in seeing what people prefer.

We were having some internal debates about what people would be interested in most. Unfortunately, Evil Dead 2 won. Which, I guess I would have preferred Don't Breathe 2 to win because it's one of my own creations. Obviously Evil Dead has the bigger following." [12] [13] In January 2020, Álvarez was replaced as director by Rodo Sayagues, the co-writer of both Don't Breathe films, making his directorial debut.

[4] [14] In a March 2021 interview, Stephen Lang stated that in preparation for reprising the role of Norman Nordstrom, he worked with The Northeastern Association for the Blind in Albany, New York to accurately depict the mannerisms of someone afflicted with being blind. [15] [16] Principal photography began on August 7, 2020, [17] [18] [19] [20] in Belgrade, Serbia, [21] [22] with Pedro Luque serving as cinematographer, returning from the previous film.

[23] Production was previously set to begin in April 2020, but was delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. [4] [24] [25] In July 2020, prior to filming, Stephen Lang quarantined himself for ten days dont breath arriving in Serbia. [26] Lang revealed that filming wrapped on October 8, 2020.

[27] [28] [29] By March 2021, post-production on the film was said to be finished, according to Álvarez, who "watched it not too long ago," calling it "fantastic," and later stating he thinks it's better than the first film. [30] [31] [32] In May 2021, Roque Baños was revealed to have composed the score for Don't Breathe 2, having returned from the first film.

[33] During post-production, Jan Kovac served as lead editor. [23] Release [ edit ] Don't Breathe 2 was theatrically released in the United States on the Friday the 13th of August 2021, by Sony Pictures Releasing. [34] [35] Home media [ edit ] The film was released on video-on-demand on September 3, 2021, and selected on rent and digital download on October 12, 2021, while 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray and DVD on October 26, 2021, by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment.

Special features include a filmmaker audio commentary, a never-before-seen alternate ending, three featurettes of a Friends & Filmmakers, a Bad Man and Designing Deception.

[36] The alternate ending shows Tara being dropped off by Raul, one of Raylan's former thugs, at a children's home. Reception [ edit ] Box office [ edit ] Don't Breathe 2 grossed $32.6 million in the United States and Canada, and $14.6 million in other territories, for a worldwide total of $47.2 million. [2] [3] In the United States and Canada, Don't Breathe 2 was released alongside Free Guy and Respect, and was projected to gross $8–12 million from 3,005 theaters in its opening weekend.

[37] The film made $4.4 million on its first day, including dont breath from Thursday night previews. It went on to debut to $10.6 million, finishing in second place behind Free Guy. [1] The film made $5.1 million in its second weekend (a drop of 51%), finishing fourth, then $2.8 million in its third weekend. [38] [39] Critical response [ edit dont breath On review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes, the film holds an approval rating of 44% based on dont breath reviews, with an average rating of 4.90/10.

The website's critics consensus reads, "Stephen Lang remains a thrillingly imposing presence in Don't Breathe 2, but this sequel's story strains to find a sensible way forward for his character." [40] On Metacritic, the film has a weighted average score of 46 out of 100 based on 19 critics, indicating "mixed or average reviews." [41] Audiences polled by CinemaScore gave the film an average grade of "B" on an A+ to F scale (down from the "B+" earned by its dont breath, while PostTrak reported 73% of audience members gave it a positive score, dont breath 55% saying they would definitely recommend it.

[1] John DeFore of The Hollywood Reporter wrote: "Where the first film offered genuine scares, this one is suspenseful at best, snicker-worthy at worst, and will beg viewers to recall the time Fonzie got on water skis and tried not to get eaten by a shark." [42] Benjamin Lee of The Guardian gave the film a score of 1/5 stars, praising Lang as "an effectively imposing physical presence", but described the film as "an unforgivably dull piece of product that should never have dont breath in the first place", and said that the antagonists were "made as cartoonishly awful as possible", adding: "their ultimate plan for the girl [is] so laughably repulsive that suddenly, problematically, Nordstrom is made to seem like the better option." [43] William Bibbiani of TheWrap praised Lang and Grace's performances, but described the film as "a clunky home-invasion thriller", adding: "it seems more like the filmmakers wanted to purge their creation of its wickedness than tell a story about that wickedness which makes sense." [44] Jesse Hassenger of The A.V.

Club was more positive in his review of the film, giving it a grade of B−. He wrote: " Don't Breathe 2 is more effective—maybe even a little mischievously insidious—in its attempted villain rehab when it sticks to smaller gestures, like Norman's already established affinity for cuddly canine sidekicks." [45] Christy Lemire, writing for RogerEbert.com, gave the film a score of 2.5/4 stars, praising Lang's performance and writing: "the most daring feat of all in Don't Breathe 2 is its attempt to completely rehabilitate Norman.

It's admirable and even unusual that a studio movie would offer such moral ambiguity in its horror hero—and that's definitely what he is here, comparatively—but the cause for his torment lingers until the end." [46] References [ edit ] • ^ a b c D'Alessandro, Anthony (August 15, 2021). "Ryan Reynolds' 'Free Guy' Is Alive At The Weekend B.O. Heading For $26M+". Deadline Hollywood. Retrieved August 15, 2021.

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The original 2016 horror film directed by Fede Alvarez was quite a success story. Despite the mixed reaction to Don't Breathe 's twist ending, the movie received great reviews and performed incredibly well at the box office. This led to Don't Breathe 2 being developed, with Don't Breathe's writer Rodo Sayagues taking over directing duties on the sequel.

Don't Breathe 2 shifts the franchise's perspective to focus on Norman Nordstrom aka The Blind Man (Stephen Lang). It is set eight years after the original movie and sees Norman raising a daughter named Phoenix (Madelyn Grace). Norman and Phoenix largely keep to themselves dont breath Detroit, but their privacy is threatened when a group of men decides to take Phoenix from him.

After invading The Blind Man's home and taking her, he must go on a mission to try and rescue Phoenix. This leads to Don't Breathe 2's ending, which is filled with blood and surprises. Related: Does Don't Breathe 2 Have An End-Credits Scene? The reception to Don't Breathe 2 has been much more mixed than the first.

The decision to make The Blind Man the "hero" after seeing his despicable acts in the first film is one of the main reasons audiences are so divided on the sequel.

Its release in a pandemic-era box office also significantly changed Don't Breathe 2's box office potential. But, the movie does leave the door open for another movie. Here's what to expect from Don't Breathe 3. Will Don't Breathe 3 Happen? Screen Gems and Stage 6 Films have yet to announce that Don't Breathe 3 is happening.

However, Fede Alvarez and Rodo Sayagues have expressed their interest in continuing the story forward. The fate of Don't Breathe 3 will presumably come down to how well the current sequel performs financially. It has a reported budget of only $15 million, so the estimated $30-$45M box office haul it theoretically needs to become profitable isn't a terribly high figure to hit. The first film had very good legs early on, so Don't Breathe 2 will need to replicate that success for the studios to greenlight another.

If Don't Breathe 3 is eventually announced, it is unclear when it could be released. It took Alvarez and Sayagues five years dont breath turn around Don't Breathe 2, but the studios might not want to wait that long for a third film.

The soonest Don't Breathe 3 could release is likely 2023 dont breath the plan is to keep the franchise in its August release slot. Don't Breathe 3 Cast The cast of Don't Breathe 3 could bring back stars from both films potentially. It is impossible to imagine Lang not returning as The Blind Man for the next film, and Don't Breathe 2's post-credits scene teases how that is possible.

Alvarez and Sayagues have also discussed how Jane Levy's Rocky could return for a third film. It would also seem likely that Grace could return as Phoenix. Otherwise, the rest of Don't Breathe 3's cast should be new to the franchise. The story of Don't Breathe 3 could go in any number of directions, but the exact plan for a possible sequel is not known. The movie could see Rocky return to Detroit to kill The Blind Man once and for all after learning about what he's been up to recently.

It could also again focus on The Blind Man dealing with another home invasion by himself or even turn the focus squarely on Phoenix and her new living arrangements. MORE: Don't Breathe 2: Is The Blind Man The Hero Or Villain? Controversy Explained Cooper Hood is a news and feature writer for Screen Rant. He joined Screen Rant in late 2016 following a year-long stint with MCU Exchange, which came after first developing an MCU blog of his own.

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Jump to: • Summaries (7) • Synopsis (1) Summaries • Hoping to walk away with a massive fortune, a trio of thieves break into the house of a blind man who isn't as helpless as he seems.

• Rocky, a young woman wanting to start a better life for her and her sister, agrees to take part in the robbery of a house owned by a wealthy blind man with her boyfriend Money and their friend Alex. But when the blind man turns out to be a more ruthless adversary than he seems, the group must find a way to escape his home before they become his latest victims.

• Three Detroit thieves look to rob a blind man's house with a major cash settlement so the main character, Rocky, can move to California forever. Little do they know of the blind man's capabilities and hidden secret within the home, as they must find a way out of the house alive, in the dark. • In Detroit, the burglars Money, Rocky and Alex plot a heist in the isolated house of a Blind Man, who received a large amount when his beloved daughter died in a car accident.

They have the intention to move to California with the stolen money. They give a spiked candy to the dog and break in the house. Money gases the bedroom of the Blind Man to make him sleep and they seek where the money is hidden.

Out of the blue, the Blind Man comes to the place where the trio is. What will happen to them? — Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil • A trio of thieves hoping to raid their last hit break into a blind man's home (retired soldier) hoping to get a certain amount of cash given to him as a settlement for his daughter's death.

Little did they know that it was a trap house, as the blind man was not as helpless as he seems. — Ifunanya Maureen Amaefule • What seemed like a good idea to make a quick buck will result in a pure nightmare when the Detroit teenage delinquents--Money, Rocky, and Alex--come up with a seemingly fool-proof plan to rob a blind grizzled hermit.

Bent on starting afresh in sunny California, indeed, this last job is bound to do the trick; however, there is more to this war-seasoned ex-Marine than meets the eye. And, pretty soon, his secluded home will become his battlefield and an inescapable, deadly trap. Now, surrounded by total darkness, even the slightest sound can be fatal. Can the cornered intruders survive the merciless, nerve-racking cat-and-mouse game? — Nick Riganas • Rocky, Alex, and Money are three Detroit delinquents who make a living by breaking into houses secured by Alex's father's security company and selling the stolen items.

Rocky longs to move to California with her younger sister, Diddy, in order to escape from their abusive mother and her alcoholic boyfriend. Dont breath, the person buying the stolen goods from Money doesn't give them a fair price, not enough to fund Rocky's dream.

Dont breath then receives a tip that a US Army Special Forces veteran living in an abandoned Detroit neighborhood has $300,000 in cash in his house. He received it as a settlement after a wealthy young woman, Cindy Roberts, killed his daughter in a car accident. The three spy on the house and learn that the man, who served in the Gulf War, is blind caused by an explosion during the war.

Spoilers The synopsis below may give away important plot points. Synopsis • Three Detroit friends, Rocky (Jane Levy), Alex (Dylan Minnette), and Money (Daniel Zovatto), break into the home of wealthy owners. After Alex disables the security system, they begin to grab the nicest-looking items they can get their hands on.

When they're done, they throw a rock through the plate glass door and run. Rocky lives with her little sister Diddy (Emma Bercovici) and their abusive mother Ginger (Katia Bokor) and her boyfriend Trevor (Sergej Onopko). Rocky promises to Diddy that she will get both of them out of there so they can start a new life in California.

Alex lives with his father, an active policeman, who is never home and is apparently pulling double shifts at the local police station. Alex uses his father's computer connections to look for wealthy people to rob. Money gets a tip from one of his connects about a man living in a house with more than $300,000 in cash stashed somewhere. It's been said that the man is a war veteran and that he lives alone after his daughter was killed in a car accident.

Rocky is on board since this could be the last robbery they ever have to pull off, but Alex doesn't agree with the plan. He later relents when Rocky begs him, as he has a crush on her, even though she's with Money. The three stalk the man's (Stephen Lang) house (which is located in a slum neighborhood and is the only occupied house on the street since every other house is condemned) and learn that he is blind. Alex thinks dont breath messed up to rob a blind guy, but Money says it doesn't mean he's a saint if he's blind.

The man's vicious Rottweiler dog then jumps on the car door and frightens the friends.

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That night, the three initiate the robbery. Alex spots a tattoo on Rocky's wrist that's new, which is of a ladybug. She explains that as a child, her father left her family and her mother blamed Rocky for it.

She would cry and then get locked in the trunk. One time, a ladybug flew into the trunk and kept her company. She says she'll have it colored in California and then never mark her body again.

The friends head toward the man's house. Money drugs the dog to get him to knock out, allowing them a safe entry into the house. Rocky goes in first through a small bathroom window and disables the security system. While her friends wait for her, Money taunts Alex for his crush on Rocky. She returns and opens the back door.

Money goes upstairs and finds the 'Blind Man' sleeping with the TV on. The Blind Man rises and hears a noise. He just turns the TV off and goes back to sleep.

Money gasses the room to ensure that the man won't hear anything. The three find a locked door that leads to the basement. They think this is where they'll find the man's stash.

Money starts to break down the door, leading the Blind Man to go downstairs. Money dont breath talking and says he doesn't want trouble, until he decides to pull a gun out on the man. The Blind Man takes a few steps forward as Money holds the gun dont breath his face. As he slowly gets closer, the man grabs the dont breath from Money's hand and pins him against the wall.

The Blind Man asks Money how many of them there are in the house. Money says it's just him and he pleads for the man to let him go. The Blind Man loosens his grip, but then shoots Money in the neck and through the head. He drops Money's body to the floor, and Rocky hides in the closet.

The man enters and opens a safe containing his money. Rocky sees the code (2978) as he leaves. Alex goes to find Rocky after the Blind Man starts locking up all the doors and windows. They decide that they just have to sneak in through the basement and out the cellar door that leads outside. First, Rocky opens the safe and puts all the money in her bag.

They head toward the basement, dont breath the man emerges from there. The two keep quiet as he holds Money's gun. Someone's phone goes off, and he fires a quick shot. Rocky and Alex then head downstairs as the man drags Money's body outside.

In the basement, Rocky is startled by a woman (Franciska Toroscik) who's been chained up to the wall. Rocky and Alex are freaked out and almost leave her until the woman holds up a newspaper article. It reveals that her name is Cindy, and that she's the woman who accidentally killed the Blind Man's daughter, but she was acquitted.

Rocky and Alex free her and carry her toward the cellar door. Unfortunately, the Blind Man is there when they open it. He fires the gun and strikes Cindy in the face, killing her.

Rocky and Alex hide, and the man finds out he shot Cindy. He cries over her body and yells in rage. Alex picks up the man's keys and decides to try and make it back to the front door. As he and Rocky head back upstairs, the Blind Man turns off the lights in the basement, leaving them all in total darkness. Rocky and Alex feel around for each other as the man shoots the gun.

Rocky almost touches the Blind Man until Alex calls her name. The Blind Man catches Alex and tries to shoot, but his gun is empty. Alex pushes a shelf down on him, trapping him. He and Rocky run upstairs. Alex holds the door closed with a crowbar. He and Rocky try to open the door, only to find the dog has woken up and is ready to attack them.

They run from the dog and trap it in a room. Unfortunately, the Blind Man has gotten out of the basement and he attacks Alex. He punches him multiple times in the face and appears to impale him with garden shears. He then finds Dont breath and knocks dont breath out too.

Rocky wakes up in the basement, chained in the same spot as Cindy. She tells the Blind Man that this won't bring his daughter back.

He says that's not entirely dont breath. He impregnated Cindy to give him a child to make up for the one she killed, and he would have let her go once she gave birth.

With Cindy dead, his unborn child has died as well, and he holds Rocky accountable. He cuts open a hole in Rocky's pants and grabs a baster filled with his semen sample. He prepares to impregnate Rocky, but luckily, Alex has gotten up and grabbed a hammer. He whacks the Blind Man over the head and frees Rocky.

They handcuff the man to a pole. She starts kicking the man dont breath then stuffs the baster down his throat. They leave him alone and decide not to involve the cops since the man could easily tell the cops that Rocky and Alex broke in. The two head back upstairs to leave. They manage to open the front door, but the Blind Man has gotten up and he shoots Alex dead.

Rocky makes a run for it, just as the man lets the dog out. Rocky runs back to Money's car and tries to make it in before the dog gets her, but she dropped her bag outside the car. Rocky opens the trunk to try and trap the dog in there so she can get out.

Her plan works, and she goes outside to get the money, but the Blind Man comes out and knocks Rocky out again. The Blind Man drags Rocky back to his house to finish his job. A ladybug flies onto Rocky's hand, giving her a dont breath of confidence and hope. Rocky grabs the control to set off the security system, causing the alarm to distract the man. She grabs the crowbar and whacks the Blind Man over the head multiple times until he falls into the basement and has his gun go off, shooting him in the side.

Rocky takes the money and leaves the house before the police show up. Rocky is now with Diddy at the Detroit airport, ready to start their new lives. Rocky then sees a news report on TV, stating that the Blind Man was found alive dont breath that only two burglars were reported as breaking into his home, and that he killed both of them.

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