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A Quiet Place movie review

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The 100% on Rotten Tomatoes, a renowned movie review site with tough critics, was well earned by A Quiet Place. Directed and produced by John Krasinski, it proved to be a quietly captivating movie with a new concept and deeper themes than portrayed.

From a slow opening scene ending in a tragedy that leads the film into its main plot, to the cliffhanger closing scene, this movie has proven to be a success. With John Krasinski and Emily Blunt starring in the cast, accompanied by child actors Millicent Simmonds and Noah Jupe, the movie was driven more by their actions and expressions rather than words. It truly was a silent film with subtitle interpreting their occasional sign language. It was through their faces of fear and hurt that the audience understood what the characters were feeling.

Although the trailer made it out to be much more than it was, the concept and idea of the film was refreshing. Unlike repetitive horror movies and overused plots, the new idea of extraterrestrials who cannot see but detect noise and attack brought something new to the box office. Despite it feeling a bit under developed seeing as the movie only takes us through two full days in the life of the characters, the concept didn’t fail to bring in over $50 million dollars on premiere night.

To those not reading further into the movie, the deeper themes lying beneath plain sight were missed. The characters’ names were never given but it’s inferred that they are a family of four with a baby on the way. A father’s love and determination for his family is portrayed by the gestures of protection and relentless discipline that Krasinski displays. The coming of age of two young children through a depressive time shows the obstacles of rebellion in kids along with the added stress of remaining hopeful. The precious gift of sound, words,and music completely stripped away shows how truly valuable it is to be able to scream or whisper. If the film’s goal was to give an all new importance to sound and noise, it was achieved.

Proved by its success in numbers, A Quiet Place is a must see for any movie fanatics. Slow to start but quick to pick up, this film will leave you heartbroken and exhilarated at the same time. Its impeccable acting and touching themes have earned it a 10/10 on the Mountie Spectrum.

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