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Tango01 Supporting Member of TMP24 Feb 2020 4:19 p.m. PST

… Running (Very Quietly) For Their Lives.

"We're inching toward A Quiet Place: Part IIs March 20th premiere, and Paramount has released another look at the horror sequel. Directed by John Krasinski, the film continues the story of the Abbott family as they enlist help from a mysterious stranger (Cillian Murphy) in a world still overrun with monsters that kill at the slightest sound.

A Quiet Place: Part II might be the most intriguing movie of this early-2020 season. All the new footage looks great; Emily Blunt blasting aliens in the face with a shotgun will most likely never get old, and it looks like we'll be diving into flashbacks that explain just how the world ended up this way. (There's a quick shot of some of the monsters just thrashing a family picnic to pieces, which isn't ideal.) But the first film had such a solid, self-contained premise that my only worry is a sequel is just putting a horror hat on a hat. The jury is still out on whether continuing this story adds or subtracts from the simple thrills of A Quiet Place…"

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Bowman01 Mar 2020 6:12 a.m. PST

I'm glad John Krasinski is involved again. Initially, he wasn't going to be.

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