“A Quiet Place Part II” is a horror sequel to the 2018 film “A Quiet Place”. The film picks up immediately after the events of the first movie, with the remaining members of the Abbott family forced to leave their home and venture out into the world.
As they search for safety and other survivors, they encounter new dangers and learn more about the origins of the deadly creatures that have taken over the world. Along the way, they also meet other survivors, including a mysterious loner played by Cillian Murphy, who may hold the key to their survival.
“A Quiet Place Part II” is a tense and thrilling film that expands upon the world and characters established in the first movie. Director John Krasinski, who also co-wrote the screenplay, builds on the film's unique premise of a world where sound is deadly and creates several suspenseful set-pieces that are sure to keep audiences on the edge of their seats.
The performances by the returning cast, including Emily Blunt and Millicent Simmonds, are excellent, and Cillian Murphy brings a welcome new energy to the franchise. The film's sound design is also exceptional, using silence and subtle audio cues to create a palpable sense of dread and tension.
While the film may not break new ground in terms of the horror genre, it is a well-crafted and entertaining sequel that delivers on the thrills and suspense of the original.
“A Quiet Place Part II” has received positive reviews from critics and has been nominated for several awards, including:
- Best Sound at the Academy Awards
- Best Sound Editing at the Golden Globe Awards
- Best Horror Movie at the Critics' Choice Super Awards
|Directed by||John Krasinski|
|Written by||John Krasinski|
by Bryan WoodsScott Beck
|Produced by||Michael Bay Andrew Form Brad Fuller John Krasinski|
|Starring||Emily Blunt, Cillian Murphy, Millicent Simmonds, Noah Jupe, Djimon Hounsou, John Krasinski,|
|Edited by||Michael P. Shawver|
|Music by||Marco Beltrami|
|Platinum Dunes Sunday Night Productions|
|Distributed by||Paramount Pictures|
|Release date||March 8, 2020 (New York City) May 28, 2021 (United States)|
|Running time||97 minutes|
|Languages||American Sign Language English|
|Box office||$297.4 million|