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By Alistair Lawrence, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 15+

Unoriginal sci-fi horror has violence, swearing, terror.

Movie R 2020 92 minutes
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Some movies leave audiences asking "How did this get made?" -- this movie falls more into the category of "Why did they bother?" With Willis and the rest of the cast not so much playing their parts, but rather sleepwalking through them, Breach has to be the only spaceship-set movie where the characters fighting off a deadly parasite feel about as present as the ones safely sealed in hibernation pods for the duration of their voyage.

Just in case there was any danger of experiencing any genuine suspense, the nominal lead character is named Noah (Cody Kearsley) and boards an "ark" spaceship, only for a series of underwritten plot points and underdeveloped characters to arrive along with a zombie plague. The result is what feels like an extended infomercial about how to operate a flamethrower indoors.

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