“ Fleeing a devastating plague on Earth, an interstellar ark comes under attack from a new threat — a shape-shifting alien force intent on slaughtering what’s left of humanity”.
Usually, a film featuring Bruce Willis has some redeeming value. BREACH has less than ZERO! In what amounts to a complete rip-off of the ALIEN franchise coupled with John Carpenter’s The Thing, and a few other superior Sci-Fi/Horror movies. If BREACH was a novel, ‘Total Plagiarism’ would have been printed on the front cover.
The last vestiges of Earth’s population are fleeing to ‘Earth 2,’ saving what is left of the human race. Sadly, the spaceship they reside on, and its interiors rival those of 1950s B Movie Sci-Fi. It’s like Plan 9 From Outer Space with a bigger budget.
Bruce Willis phones in a totally lame performance; laying a cocky, egotistical, janitor (Clay Young) with a rotten personality and serious drinking problem. His alter-ego, a talking blue head which appears as a transparent hologram spewing orders at stowaway Noah, (Cody Kearsley). I’m guessing the producers must have run out of CA$H for more cheesy special effects — being unable, or unwilling to show Willis’ entire body from the neck down.
BREACH also features an aging, boring, and truly forgettable Thomas Jane as the ship’s Admiral. If it wasn’t for Bruce Willis in the starring role, I doubt that anyone would venture out to see this convoluted pile of Sci-Fi nonsense.