Movie Review: A Quiet Place Part II
If there’s ever been a sequel that was well worth its long overdue release date, it’s A Quiet Place Part II, written and directed by Jon Krasinski. After the events at home, the Abbot family have to venture out into the real world. The family quickly realize the creatures hunting by sound may not be the only danger lurking in the world.
If the original film based its terror on the unknown, the sequel elevates the terror level based on knowing what’s out in the world.
The performances are outstanding to say the least. The scene stealer of the entire story would go to Millicent Simmonds (Regan Abbot). Performing her scenes entirely through sign language, her character delivers a wide range of emotion. You immediately root for her and her hero’s journey of the film.
For true fans of horror and or thrillers, A Quiet Place Part II is a must. Even though the film is rated PG-13, still take into consideration it is a very intense film with plenty of pulse racing moments and edge of your seat suspense. So for anyone easily spooked or does not like surprises, go to this with caution!
A Quiet Place Part II is rated PG-13 for terror, violence, and bloody/disturbing images.