A Quiet Place Reviews
This is a hide and seek game - a good one. There's a few jumpscares here, but not too frequent. The monsters are creepy but rather classic. The looks of it is nice and I dig the setting, the drama and the tension. Another nice touch is the thing with the few uttered words here. It's just 20 lines or something here - less is more I guess.
It's all right. Semi-original, with a soundtrack that is very similiar to J√≥hann J√≥hannsson's work, rest in peace, on Sicario. It's not the smartest film but far from the dumbest horror flick out there.
6.5 out of 10 dried corns.
I wish I could get those 90 minutes of my life back!
Dont even get me started on the weird child coffin thats apparently appropriate to rig up a new born too. Why this lot wouldnt just live on a barge on a canal is beyond me. Theres numerous white boards with stupidly obvious conclusions and no clear plans. They also frequently rustle paper, run around, smash lamps and other objects, making a racket, but a slight mumble attracts the aliens from miles away?
Adding insult to injury, the movie ripped off the only lame part of War of the Worlds. Keep my money, but I want my time back.