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A Quiet Place Part II

A Quiet Place Part II

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Following the deadly events at home, the Abbott family (Emily Blunt, Millicent Simmonds, Noah Jupe) must now face the terrors of the outside world as they continue their fight for survival in silence. Forced to venture into the unknown, they quickly realize that the creatures that hunt by sound are not the only threats that lurk beyond the sand path in this terrifyingly suspenseful thriller written and directed by John Krasinski.

Specification: A Quiet Place Part II

MPAA rating

PG-13 (Parents Strongly Cautioned)

Product Dimensions

0.7 x 7.5 x 5.4 inches, 8.32 Ounces

Director

John Krasinsky

Media Format

Blu-ray, Digital_copy

Release date

July 27, 2021

Actors

Emily Blunt, Cillian Murphy

Studio

PARAMOUNT

Country of Origin

USA

Number of discs

1

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  1. Jamie C.

    If you enjoyed the first movie and became invested in the characters, this one will not disappoint. I was attempting to predict what would happen every step of the way… maybe got it right a few times but for the most part I had no idea what was coming.

    The acting in both of these movies is superb, there is something quite amazing about entertainers that can make you hang on every moment of silence (rather than every word). The level of acting through body language and communication by facial expression will be examples for others for many years to come.

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  2. Carl Schultz

    “A Quiet Place Part II” Distributed by Paramount Pictures, 97 Minutes, Rated PG-13, Released May 28, 2021:

    Within its first five minutes, “A Quiet Place Part II” manages to kick the pegs out from under the audience. And each time the viewer begins to scramble to his feet and regain his balance, the movie pushes him back down and keeps him disoriented and alarmed for most of its 97-minute running time.

    Only toward the end of the picture does the audience fully realize that by combining suspense, terrific storytelling, deafening silence, and a kind of visceral horror, the film has effectively created one continuous and sustained jump-scare, a likely prototype for the next decade’s worth of movie thrillers and horror extravaganzas.

    By sacrificing traditional horror convention, “A Quiet Place” in 2018 scored a direct hit with discerning audiences. With the audacity to establish its horror credibility by killing off not one but two of its central characters (one of them a small child), the original film also employed silence as a tool to craft overwhelming levels of suspense…both on the screen and off. After the first 20 minutes or so, viewers who rustled popcorn, crinkled a candy wrapper, or slurped a slushie risked retribution from a nervous audience swept up in the film and anxious to maintain silence in the name of self-preservation.

    Less a sequel than a continuation of the 2018 original, in “A Quiet Place Part II” the hapless Abbott family resumes its baleful, barefoot odyssey through the ruins of middle-class American society in search of safety or civilization. The family moves quietly, eluding the sightless alien conquerors who hunt with an augmented and lethally-acute sense of hearing. In this brave new world, silence equals survival.

    Eventually the Abbotts–widowed mom Evelyn (Emily Blunt) and her newborn baby, hearing-impaired teenage daughter Regan (Millicent Simmonds), and adolescent son Marcus (Noah Jupe)–wander into the vicinity of an abandoned factory now populated by hardened survivor Emmett (Cillian Murphy). Once a close friend of Evelyn’s late husband Lee, Emmett since the death of his wife and family has abandoned hope and embraced feral despair.

    But daughter Regan has found a reason for hope: Regan’s other senses–and her survivor instincts–have been sharpened by her hearing impairment. By using a radio to create deafening audio feedback as a weapon against the sensitive ears of the alien marauders, Regan has also discovered a signal from a distant radio transmitter–a signal that cryptically transmits a continuous broadcast of the popular 1950s song “Beyond the Sea.” Regan has pinpointed the source of the transmission, and resolves to learn who’s sending it.

    Written and directed by John Krasinski, by now well beyond his original fame as an actor on TV’s long-running comedy “The Office,” “A Quiet Place Part II” demonstrates how Krasinski has matured as a filmmaker since the first picture. He not only orchestrates the contributions of his cast, but cuts between multiple storylines and transitions seamlessly from the hushed existence of the Abbotts and the stone-silent world of the teenage daughter (in scenes depicted from Regan’s perspective, all sound is jarringly removed from the picture’s audio track).

    The highest praise for “A Quiet Place Part II” is that the film is worthy of its predecessor. Reuniting the film’s original cast and most of its creative staff, “Part II” uses the first picture’s foundation to not only continue its effect but build upon it, and in the process adds more thrills and chills to the modern horror lexicon. The movie does presume the viewer has seen “A Quiet Place,” but box viewer attendance figures seem to make that presumption a safe bet.

    By creating a persuasive continuum to the terrific 2018 film, “A Quiet Place Part II” also becomes possibly the very first horror classic of the post-pandemic era. Produced prior to the Covid-19 breakout and lockdown, “A Quiet Place Part II” premiered at New York’s Lincoln Center on March 8, 2020. But the film’s distribution was rescheduled at least four times by continuing Covid concerns before the general release was finally set for May 28, over fourteen months after the picture’s original opening. In between–a global pandemic.

    But the film’s numerous delays possibly contained an unexpected benefit: In the picture’s notions of people defying their individual weaknesses to achieve collective strength, embracing uncertainty to find courage, and looking beyond their worst fears to forge ultimate strength and hope, it’s natural to wonder whether the events of the past year haven’t tempered us to be especially receptive to the picture’s theme, and its moral.

    Maybe the traumatic worldwide events which occurred in the interim between “A Quiet Place” and “A Quiet Place Part II” somehow matured the audience in such a way that it’s grown into the sequel…even more than the original 2018 hit inadvertently helped to condition its audience for the troubled times and unspeakable tragedies which still lay ahead at the time of its original release. We’ll never know.

    “A Quiet Place Part II” is rated PG-13 for terror, violence, and disturbing images.

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  3. BorderBoy

    Esta secuela estaba destinada a llegar a cines en Marzo del 2020, pero al llegar la pandemia se recorrió la fecha poco más de un año, teniendo su estreno en cines y a los pocos meses su estreno en formato casero.
    Es una lástima que no haya generado los números esperados ya que es la excepción a la regla de que ‘segundas partes nunca son buenas’.
    La trama inicia justo donde terminó la primera parte, pero a diferencia de su predecesora minimalista, aquí hay más de todo: personajes, monstruos, escenarios; en otros casos podría haber caído en una pésima secuela, pero la devoción de John Krasinski por el proyecto es palpable en el resultado: una secuela diferente a lo que vimos en la primera parte.
    Regresan Emily Blunt, Noah Jupe y Millicent Simmonds como la familia Abbott, y se unen al elenco Cillian Murphy y Djimon Hounsou.
    Tan solo la escena inicial (Día 1) es suficiente para engancharte, y no te suelta.

    El Blu-ray de Paramount tiene audio y subtítulo en inglés y español.

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  4. Ross

    I looked forward to this movie but was disappointed. I would recommend waiting for the price to come down to anyone who has more patience. I heard it was good and maybe I am too picky. There are elements that are done well. I wouldn’t say the cinematography is garbage – that is well executed but not exactly original either. There is a nice tracking shot at the beginning but it obviously was not a hard one to accomplish. My greatest complaint is that the characters do not seem to get any smarter and the children’s character arc is very basic and nearly identical. The revisiting of major plot devices from the previous movie was a bit corny. Whether it was briefly seeing an important object in a flashback from before the events of the first movie or simply revisiting a location: it felt forced. A lot of the new characters performances seemed unnatural. The “people not worth saving” look like they were toned-down copies of Rob Zombie’s Firefly family. The people in the metaphorical “Garden of Eden” were simply too clean cut in contrast. Perhaps three stars would be appropriate, but I looked forward to this movie and ended up tired with it after the first 15 minutes. I understand that they don’t specifically name what town it is set in to make it connect to a broader audience, but the implied ambiguity feels forced in the dialogue. It’s as if no one is interested in how the nearby town managed and no one names places because it’s forbidden. The fact that they killed off the only two black guys in the movie was predictable and distasteful. I took one look at them and thought “oh yeah this dude is gonna die”. Too basic.

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  5. DodgerGirl67

    John Krasinski did us Proud in his sequel part 2 A Quite Place!
    I loved they gave some info on how it started in the first few minutes.
    It was just a taste but a Good Taste!
    It’s hard giving AQP2 a review without giving too much away,
    But I’ll say this,,
    I had a feeling in the First one that “Water” was also another weakness of the Monsters!
    Just a feeling, I didn’t think they’d Know how to swim, Lol.
    There’s a hint.
    But there’s obviously going to be a part 3 and that was obvious, because in the beginning of this one after the first 10 min it shows “Part II”
    That’s a tell tell sign when written that way there’s a part III coming.
    It’s like chapters.
    Plus the government hasn’t figured out yet (Surprisingly) HOW to kill these suckers and it’ll take this Family a Few movies (on foot) to get the “High frequency killing theory/proof” to the military I’m sure.
    But kudos on this Part II
    We absolutely loved it!

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  6. SkyemanHollas

    Brilliant sequel, roll on the final part of this trilogy please

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  7. Claude Boily

    I don’t want to spoil your pleasure so no spoilers here. This movie is as good as the first one and it is a must have.

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  8. Frugal Dad of Daughter

    We are not often as fond of sequels but have to admit, this one was absolutely riveting! I loved the growth of the characters, the new settings, the incorporation of the cochlear device and the heart-stopping suspense and tension when it came to the kids pitted against the monsters! Brilliant and can’t wait for the next!

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