First Glance: “A Quiet Place: Part II”

2018’s “A Quiet Place” was an out-of-the-blue $350 million hit for Paramount Pictures. John Krasinski directed, co-wrote, and co-starred in the modestly budgeted sci-fi horror film that also featured his real-life wife, the always good Emily Blunt. It brilliantly exuded edge-of-your-seat tension while telling a genuinely moving and heartfelt family story. I loved it.

The inevitable but welcomed sequel was teased a couple of weeks ago and now we finally get the first full trailer. It opens with an exhilarating perspective shot in the back seat of a car. It’s clearly teasing a flashback to when the aliens first attacked. But then it shifts to the Abbott family trying to survive outside the confines of their once relatively safe farmhouse. Krasinski is back in the director’s chair while Blunt, Millicent Simmonds, and Noah Jupe all return. Cillian Murphy and Dijimon Hounsou add some intriguing new faces.

I can’t wait for March 20th which is when the film is set to hit theaters. Check out the trailer below and let me know if you’ll be seeing it or taking a pass.

12 thoughts on “First Glance: “A Quiet Place: Part II”

  1. A Quiet Place was one of my fav movies of 2018. It took you on an emotional and intense ride. This trailer has me pumped. Plus by focusing on one family, it grips you for their well being. Plus your right, Emily Blunt is stellar in everything she does. This one is on my must see list for 2020.

    • Oh you must make time for the first movie. It was in my top 10 that year. It has such a clever concept and the execution is flawless. I think you would really like it.

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