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Drama | Horror
Frame Rate:
23.976 fps
English 2.0  
Run Time:
97 min
IMDB Rating:
7.7 / 10 
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Directors: John Krasinski [Director] ,

Movie Description:
Following the events at home, the Abbott family now face the terrors of the outside world. Forced to venture into the unknown, they realize the creatures that hunt by sound are not the only threats lurking beyond the sand path.


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I do not recommend

Extremely boring and meaningless. I don't understand how so many people gave an eight to this already-many movie. The first part still had a certain originality, but this second part didn't add anything good.

Cashing in on the success of the 1st film and a bit...predictable.

So... that's part 2 and it looks like it's going to be a part 3.

I have to admit that although the film is not bad, it does look like an attempt to make some more $$$ by milking the first film.

Most of the problems lie within the story. And here is the main difference with the first film:

In the first film, there was a clear storyline, minor plot holes, novelty and the right amount of tension.

But in this film, you kind of know exactly what is about to happen and that can be be very annoying for this film genre.

For example, the tropes used in this film, are all the classics.

They were used in the 1st film too, but at least then they were timed and deployed much better, so a sense of unpredictability was evident and that was the fun part.

Further, the motives of the protagonists are many times unjustified and are there only just to push the story forward.

So the story ends up with many flaws, which rather disappoint mostly because of the predictability and the cliches that we all hoped to avoid in this 2nd installment.

I would want to mention a few which I m sure everyone noticed but better not to spoil it. You will know once you see...

Also...it's not as quiet as the first film. Sound editing is great also in this one, but maybe there were more speech moments than needed.

Overall, the good parts: tension is there, cinematography is beautiful once again and we get to see some good acting.

For the ones that liked the first film, yes you should watch this one too but don't expect something amazing.

I do hope that there's a part 3 and I hope they improve the story.



A Quiet Place Part II imposes itself as a successful sequel from the very first bars of the film, having style and rhythm identical to the first chapter, without losing the tone of the first and acting as a direct thread, almost as if there had not been an interruption between the two films. Spectacular from every point of view, both from the actors' point of view, both from the photographic point of view, and the precise and set direction of John Krasinski. A Quiet Place is singular and one of a kind because it brings to life the concept of terror and survival like no film has done so far and at every frame it enchants and puts suspense, a film that ends with the kite in your mouth, so much so that you ask for another big bite.
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