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A Quiet Place (2018)

Overview

A family is forced to live in silence while hiding from creatures that hunt by sound.
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4.5

INCLUVIE SCORE

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 4.8

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Incluvie Movie Critiques


Allison DeGrushe
January 31, 2021
4.5
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5.0
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Overall, A Quiet Place is one of the best suspenseful horror films of our generation. The original concept is unlike anything seen before, which makes it even better. Rather than following in the footsteps of poorly made horror flicks with awful visuals and cheap jump-scares, A Quiet Place made its mark in the horror genre. The emotions were high in this movie. The intensity of the film will make you feel stressed, worried, and tense all at once. I’m not going to lie — I did cry during this movie. I even went home and cried more. I refuse to spoil it, but one moment ripped my heart out of my body and stomped on it. It wasn’t all about making the audience scared — it was about encouraging viewers to feel for a family in what appears to be an inescapable, dangerous world. The storytellers managed to create a story, specifically an ending, that is incredibly moving. The film was well crafted, which earns it 5/5 stars in my book. As for diversity, I believe the film earned 4.5/5 stars. Regan, the daughter of Lee and Evelyn, is deaf. Millicent Simmonds, the actress who plays Regan, is deaf in real life, adding authenticity to the story. Moreover, the whole cast learned sign language to communicate effectively in this silent world. https://medium.com/incluvie/a-quiet-place-review-one-of-the-best-modern-horror-movies-ed4108cbb063

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A family is forced to live in silence while hiding from creatures that hunt by sound.

Rating:PG-13
Genre:Horror, Drama, Science Fiction
Directed By:John Krasinski
Written By:John Krasinski, Scott Beck, Bryan Woods
In Theaters:4/6/2018
Box Office:$340,677,200
Runtime:91 minutes
Studio:Paramount, Platinum Dunes

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