Monday, 16 April 2018


Director: John Krasinski
Cast: Emily Blunt , John Krasinski , Noah Jupe , Millicent Simmonds , Cade Woodward , Leon
Plot: A family living deep in the woods leads a silent life, communicating only using sign language and never making a single sound. They live in fear of an unknown threat that follows and attacks them at any sound. In a dystopian alternate 2020, the world undergoes lockdown as blind monsters search for victims by sound. The few survivors of an unknown attack in the state of New York appear as the Abbott family, who mourn the death of Beau, a victim to the sound sensitive monsters a year earlier.

My Movie Review: The movie is a silent killer giving us a dose of fear- tension in our senses! A Quiet Place is awkward at first with no sound at all you can't make a sound in the cinemas as well or else some will hear you its like opening snack is a sin you get unnecessary attention! John Kransinski as a director is good enough but the way he acts was more astonishing to me his movement capture essence of the scene as he warns his kids to stay quiet and keep calm:) Emily Blunt is a mother beast as she got the most intense nerve-shredder parts like when she got nailed on the foot and gave birth on the tub with massive blood as she fear for the monster! The tension got stronger when the kids get in the action as you hope for their survival and as the baby floats in the underground swamp the maternal instinct kicks in to protect for the harm! Latter part got it's peak when killing the monster but cut-off right away such tease give us bite:)

Movie News: Is John Krasinski's 'A Quiet Place' Any Good? Here's What The Reviews Say Shhhh Everything In The Movie Hinges On Silence! The story from a screenplay co-written by Bryan Woods, Scott Beck, and John Krasinski, who also directs and stars- is post-apocalyptic, set in the very near future, around 2020. We pick up 89 days into an event that seems to have wiped out most of Earth’s population. It feels a bit contrived at times. Most horror films do. But as the dominoes start to fall, one by one, there’s a cathartic thrill to seeing how carefully they were arranged in the first place. Small elements that surfaced earlier in the film come back, like kind of scavenger hunt, putting family members in danger and extracting them from it. [By Vox]


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