The first reviews of ‘A Quiet Place – Part II’ are now available and the film has gained 100% approval on Rotten Tomatoes.
With 10 reviews posted up to this article’s release, the thriller had 10 positive reviews and an average rating of 7.4 out of 10.
The film returns to accompany the Abbott family after the appearance of the monstrous creatures moved by noise, and we finally discover their origin.
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“It might sound cliché, but it’s hard to imagine seeing this film anywhere other than on the big screen. This is the kind of film that demands it. », Lindsey Bahr – Associated Press.
“The second part fulfills the promise of a sequel by doing what the best sequences do, searching for new stories instead of just retracing their steps. The second part is not a quiet place, but it is an addition that deserves to be applauded in the same way. », Angie Han – Mashable.
“In a way, the streak is even more like M. Night Shyamalan, extracting seemingly mundane action for maximum suspense.”, Peter Debruge – Variety.
“Whisper. A Quiet Place – Part II may not have the intelligence and novelty of its predecessor, but it offers strong storylines, Millicent Simmonds shines and Krasinski remains a director to watch.”, Ian Freer – Empire Magazine
“A Quiet Place – Part II consists of finely prepared leftovers, always tasty, but with a slight aging altering the flavor.”, AA Dowd, AV Club
“At the end of A Quiet Place – Part II, my stomach was literally aching. There was no way I could have done another 20 minutes because it’s so intense. This is one of the best compliments I can give. », Mike Ryan – Uproxx
“What Krasinski did was lead a solid post-apocalyptic adventure with a touch of terror, which is totally okay, but it’s a big step up from the first film.”, Hoai-Tran Bui – Slashfilm
“You may have to wait for another sequel for a thematic and emotional closure, but it will still be hard to say that Part 2 won’t be an escape emotion for most viewers in theaters.”, Rodrigo Perez – Playlist
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John Krasinski drives. The Abbott family is once again facing terror around the world in the struggle to survive in silence. Forced to venture into the unknown, they soon realize that the sound-chasing creatures aren’t the only threats that lie in wait for them along the sandy path.
New releases include the return of Emily Blunt, Millicent Simmonds and Noah Jupe, as well as the introduction of newcomers Djimon Hounsou and Cillian Murphy.
The film opens June 10 in national cinemas.
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