A Quiet Place was a great movie that made a lot of noise, and now it’s coming out on 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray, and has a few new features. The movie has a lot of history with John Krasinski, who wrote and directed it, and Emily Blunt, who starred, and was also co-writer on the sequel.

The box is not great, but the disc is. Go back to that horrible day in April when the original A Quiet Place opened.  I knew it was going to be a bad movie. I knew it was going to be boring, stupid and just plain bad. But, I didn’t know I would hate it so much. I mean, even the trailer was bad.  So, the idea that the movie was going to be even worse than the trailer was beyond any logic I could muster. So, I decided to give it a shot.  You all know what happened.

I had no idea what to expect from A Quiet Place . I had read the reviews and descriptions and didn’t have any expectations going in. I did have high hopes that it would be a great horror movie, but I most certainly did not know how intense it would be. I’m glad I got to experience this film without knowing what it is about, as the film is all the better for it.. Read more about a quiet place part 2 blu-ray release date and let us know what you think.

Verdict

Summary

A Quiet Place Part II is a perfectly acceptable and executed sequel to the extremely successful original film. It doesn’t spend any time in presenting its story, and at just over 90 minutes, it covers a lot of territory in a short period of time.

Plot:

After a predatory extraterrestrial species decimates the Earth, the Abbott family picks up the pieces.

Review:

Massive flaming streaks in the sky portend unearthly events, and in a small American town, ungainly and blind monstrous creatures attracted to sound go on an apocalyptic rampage. We see the Abbott family – Lee (John Krasinski), Evelyn (Emily Blunt), their deaf daughter Regan (Millicent Simmonds), and Marcus (Noah Jupe) – contend with the immediate aftermath, scrambling for survival. Flash forward to the events of the first film, and Evelyn and her surviving children (including a just-born infant) face life without Lee, who died at the claws of the monsters. She takes her kids on a mostly silent trek through the urban wasteland to find some kind of haven where they can at least hunker down again, and they end up in a massive abandoned steel factory where a skittish lone survivor named Emmett (Cillian Murphy) has tried to make a go at existence for the last year after losing his kids and his wife to the monsters. Wanting no company at all, he insists that they leave, but with Marcus wounded and a screaming baby that needs milk and an oxygen tank to keep it sedated, Evelyn is helpless. Regan, with her hearing aide that can potentially render the creatures temporarily incapacitated when amplified, gets an idea to broadcast the signal via a radio station not too far away on a nearby island settlement, but she takes it upon herself to do the job, which could prove disastrous if she isn’t helped. With Emmett the only option to help her, the two of them make the trek to the docks and are besieged by a clan of cannibals(!) and make a startling discovery about the otherworldly creatures: They can’t swim. In a mad desperate dash for survival, they make it to the island (which is populated by unafraid people who have nothing to fear), they realize that they have accidentally brought a monster with them to the settlement. If they don’t broadcast the signal immediately, all hope will be lost.

 

A Quiet Place Part II is a perfectly acceptable and executed sequel to the extremely successful original film. It doesn’t spend any time in presenting its story, and at just over 90 minutes, it covers a lot of territory in a short period of time. The cast is fantastic, and Blunt has a supporting part this time, despite the fact that her husband Krasinski directs (again) and created the screenplay. They may be in business with sequels for years if they continue to develop and extend this universe.

 

On July 27th, Paramount will release A Quiet Place Part II on 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray, and Digital, including an extra feature called “Director Diaries with John Krasinski” and a special effects featurette.

A Quiet Place is a 2018 American science fiction horror film written and directed by John Krasinski. The film is about a group of family survivors (“totemists”) hiding from an alien threat. The totemists observe and maintain silence when they are in danger, but they have to keep moving to avoid getting found and killed by the aliens.. Read more about a quiet place part 2 4k blu-ray and let us know what you think.

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