Breathe

critic Reviews

, 18% Rotten Tomatometer Score
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    Cath ClarkeGuardian
    [A] solidly acted but underwhelming post-apocalyptic thriller.
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    A.A. DowdIGN Movies
    The movie feels pared down to a fault, resolving its conflicts too quickly and failing to ever take the shape of a coherent allegory. It’s proof that shorter isn’t always better, even in the realm of self-contained genre fare.
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    Tara McNamaraCommon Sense Media
    But while the movie's concept is solid and the cinematography is rich, something is off.
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    Eddie Harrisonfilm-authority.com
    …Breathe’s intense sci-fi stand-off shows Milla Jovovich’s considerable acting chops to good effect…
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    Jenn AdamsStrong Female Antagonist
    Bristol sets up a fascinating thought experiment, puts all the pieces in place, then gets lost trying to find the way out.
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    Nathaniel MuirAIPT
    The main culprit is the poor writing. It is easy to accept Earth is still and lifeless. It is even easy to forgive all the great tech Darius has managed to make due to…reasons. Why the planet looks like it has gone through a world war is another matter.


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    Abbie BernsteinAssignment X
    Contained post-apocalyptic thriller.
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    Todd JorgensonCinemalogue
    Outlining a harrowing dystopian scenario, this slow-burning thriller leaves its capable and committed ensemble cast gasping for air.
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    Chase HutchinsonCollider
    In the end, Breathe is empty bluster and nothing more. It’s like a vacuum of where a movie should be, sucking all the air out of the room until nothing is left.
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    Mike McGranaghanAisle Seat
    Ultimately, Breathe is a mixed bag. Parts of it are very engrossing, whereas other parts are thin or underdeveloped.
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