A Quiet Place

"At a brisk 90 minutes, it's one of the most inventive and beautifully crafted and acted horror movies I've seen in a very long time, and I think the main reason for its power is the family crisis at its core." - Christian Science Monitor

"Did you ever think that quiet – the hush in which no talk is above a whisper – could scare the hell out of you? A Quiet Place does just that, raising the stakes on terror until no one can hear you scream. As director, star and cowriter (with Bryan Woods and Scott Beck), John Krasinski hits on a killer hook: What if a family of four, among the few left alive after a monster apocalypse, can survive on their upstate New York farm as long as they don't make a sound? Any sound. At all.

"Glimpsed newspaper headlines don't tell us where these creatures came from or why; we just know the monsters are blind and hearing is used as sonar for finding prey. That, and they move like a dervish out of your worst nightmare. It helps that Dad (Krasinski), Mom (Emily Blunt) and son (Noah Jupe) have all learned sign language in deference to a nonhearing daughter (the glorious, deaf actress Millicent Simmonds of Wonderstruck). Oh, yes, there was a younger brother ... but what happens to the toy-loving tyke early in the game should probably not be spoiled. Neither should much else about this dazzling, devilishly clever horror film that goes beyond scares to the intangibles that define us." - Rolling Stone

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