A Quite Place – the Review

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If they hear you, they hunt you.

The movie tells the story of a family under siege. To survive, they have to follow one abiding law of safety: If anyone makes a sound — virtually any sound at all — then that person will be a goner. It also means you too. Don’t make a noise when watching the movie too. If you do a skeletal creature with crab-like pincers and a head like a metallic melon will burst out of the woods and make mincemeat of the noise-maker. Especially, when parents bring their babies to see a PG13 movie and don’t understand, little children can get nightmares or even poop in their pants and stink up the theater too. Don’t bring babies to a movie theater, they can’t stop crying, and they could bump their heads on the seat. It’s too dark to see!

But if everyone simmers down and put a cork in it, or a real cork, they’ll succeed in eluding the monsters in their midst. Life will go on (but quietly!). At times, we might be watching an “Alien” sequel in which the creature had mated with a very nasty and scolding the librarian. Shhhh!

This movie is a horror/thriller it would be nice to bring a significant other, in case someone gets scared and need to jump on you, then it would be nice.

I went on a date with a woman to see a horror movie, when the lights were on. She was gone. Not lucky. I enjoyed the movie; it had me on edge for the entire film. I enjoyed it, my date – not. When there were scarier scenes, I would jump on her. She did not like it.

The movie was directed by John Krasinski With:

Emily Blunt

Emily Blunt,

Edge of Tomorrow, The Devil Wears Prada, and Warrior Queen.

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John Krasinski

The office (TV Show), Something Borrowed, and License to Wed with Robin Williams

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Millicent Simmonds

Millicent Simmonds,

Her first movie, A Quiet Place, and Wonderstruck

Noah Jupe

Noah Jupe

Wonder and  Suburbicon

Go see it this weekend

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