A Quiet Place Part II movie review - Aussieboyreviews
ARE THE MONSTER SCARES IN A QUIET PLACE PART II JUST AS SILENT AS THE SPEAKING?
There’s a lot more dialogue in this sequel, but the jumpy monster scenes are louder, still gripping and more tense. Although A Quiet Place Part II doesn’t strike like the first, it’s still a decent story.
Following the terrifying events at home, the Abbott family know that the noise-sensitive monsters can be defeated using high-frequency audio. Armed with this knowledge, they then set out to look for other survivors.
Director: John Krasinski
Cast: Emily Blunt, Cillian Murphy, Millicent Simmonds, Noah Jupe, Djimon Hounsou, John Krasinski
Writer: John Krasinski
Release Date (Australia): 27 May 2021
Runtime: 97 minutes/1h 37m
Genre: Horror, Thriller, Drama
CONTENT GUIDE (warning: May contain spoilers)
The film features horror themes in the form of several scary scenes depicting peril, in which people are attacked by monsters.
There are scenes throughout the film including the shooting of fantasy creatures with accompanying blood spurts, as well as a scene in which a character is injured by a bear-trap with accompanying bloody injury detail.
Infrequent use of the words “s**t” and “damn”.
PG-13 (for terror, violence and bloody/disturbing images)
Aussie boy's thoughts
It would be unfair to call the second part of A Quiet Place a disappointment, because the story is entertaining and very jumpy, with excellent performances from the children and adults. Being a long-awaited sequel, a third horrific portion of this survival tale can be expected with an improvement of story. But the climaxes of these films are memorable for the fantasy-horror genre.
A Quiet Place Part II is shockingly more violent and tense. For the film’s tension to be higher, the cast is heavily relied on for painfully realistic performances, which they each succeed to do perfectly. With the whole story making sense as the film entertains, the writing of the story is pretty much perfect. There are always those unnecessary fractions that’ll bore you, but there’s a lot more of those than the first A Quiet Place. So by the time it ends is when you’ll be able to admit that A Quiet Place Part II was a pretty decent sequel.
The terrors of the more-outside world illustrated in this movie means every movie witness are in for an entertaining, strained and violent journey.
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