I couldn't even watch the entire movie - and my 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, they 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 one 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 my life I'll never get back.