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Terror arrives at the one place we all feel safest in this taut psychological thriller starring Natasha Henstridge, Jason Patric and Scott Adkins. When a wealthy woman and her stepson are targeted by a trio of expert thieves in their remote mansion, her only form of help comes from a call with a security systems specialist. But as the intruders become increasingly hostile and the connection wavers, will she trust him to be her eyes and navigate her to safety?

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Home Invasion movie full length review - Mundane characters waddling slowly, probably not guests you'd want to visit your screen.

Right from the door bell, the movie bears an eerie resemblance to Panic Room, a mother and her children trapped in a stormy night with several intruders.

This is not a good sign as audience would remember a much more superior title. Granted,"Home Invasion" has a decent choice for location, but nevertheless only used as bland routine of insipid cat-and-mouse game.

Chloe (Natasha Henstridge), the woman from Species, is home alone with her son when few burglars with sordid intention come and start blasting. This home invasion might go better if the hide-and-seek struggle was better crafted, but the mother and son duo are simply running about in least spectacular way, while any altercation looks unconvincing to say the least, the fast editing tries to mask it to less effective result.

The angle on home security operator, whose only interaction is with phone, is far from compelling. Audience would find it hard to relate to Chloe, let alone the operator who's having a bad day. One of the better parts comes from the setting, which the movie invests for quite a bit in the beginning. Its sense of isolation can be atmospheric, yet the prolonged heist overstays its welcome.

The team of invaders is honestly mismatched made for prison. For one, there's Scott Adkins, and he's not roundhouse kicking anyone, although he wears suits on the break in then starts yelling randomly. The others are some shady henchmen wearing full gears and shady woman wearing assassin sleeveless attire. They have carnival masks, which they eventually discarded. It's just too confusingly outlandish to be believable, not to mention they wander around the house for half the runtime.

Home Invasion delivers just as the title advertised, although in witless and uninspiring manner, making audience wishes it would leave already like an unwanted guest.