Has succeeded in placing the name of John Krasinski as one of the directors who deserves to be watched and watched for his works. After directing two films with the comedy-drama genre, Brief Interviews with Hideous Men (2009) and The Hollars (2016), which received less than favorable reactions from both film critics and film connoisseurs, A Quiet PlaceThe horror tone clearly shows Krasinski's witty and strong directing instincts in managing the rhythm of the film's story to produce many tense and tense horror moments that will definitely make every audience hold on to their seats. The film, which co-starred Krasinski along with Emily Blunt , Millicent Simmonds , and Noah Jupe , also managed to collect revenues of more than US $ 350 million from its worldwide release. A Quiet Place Part II , which is a continuation of the storytelling of A Quiet Placewhich Krasinski planned to form into a trilogy, again showcased Krasinski's shrewdness in directing the narrative of his horror story as well as developing it to make room for the presence of a number of conflicts and new characters.
With a story script written by Krasinski, A Quiet Place Part II continues the story of the journey made by Evelyn Abbott (Blunt) along with her children, Regan Abbott (Simmonds), Marcus Abbott (Jupe), and a new baby she gave birth to, after the house they had lived in was destroyed by the attacks of aliens who attacked every other creature that made a sound. The trip had faced threats but Evelyn Abbott and her children were saved by a mysterious man who was later identified as Emmett ( Cillian Murphy).). Emmett takes Evelyn Abbott and the children to their hiding place but, after overhearing a clue broadcast over a radio frequency, Regan Abbott decides to find out where the radio broadcast is coming from. Regan Abbott's departure clearly made Evelyn Abbott feel panicked who then begged Emmett to come out, find Regan Abbott, and bring him back.
Like a sequel, Krasinski presents A Quiet Place Part II with a story arrangement that is more grand than its predecessor – presenting more characters, storytelling that takes the background of a more varied location, and the use of a more complicated arrangement of audio and visual effects. This does not mean that Krasinski then abandons the essence of simplicity and intimacy of the story that used to be able to make A Quiet Place feel so effective in playing the emotions of the audience. A Quiet Place Part IIstill provides a complete focus on the dynamics of the relationship that is formed between the characters Evelyn Abbott, Regan Abbott, and Marcus Abbott – now including the involvement of the character Emmett. However, slowly, the story script by Krasinski provides room for the development of the story regarding the conflicts that have been or are currently being presented. The audience is given a supporting story about how the first day of an alien attack occurred, a description of what the alien actually was, how other human conditions were after the attack, and how the efforts of the main characters in the story line and other human characters tried to save themselves or continue their life.
At the same time, as a sequel that presents a story that is a direct continuity from the previous story and becomes a bridge for the story that will be presented next, it is difficult to deny the fact that A Quiet Place Part II often feels stagnant in speaking in order to save a number of mysteries to be opened later. in the next half of the story. This is what makes a number of surprises presented in this film – especially those that have almost the same execution order – no longer able to work as effectively as when presented in the previous film. Not a weakness that really bothers. Krasinski still manages to build every conflict presented in A Quiet Place Part IIwell, executing moments of tension carefully, while still presenting an emotional "moral message" for parents who are willing to do whatever it takes to give their best and keep their children safe - a touch of story that can be felt even more strongly during this pandemic. this.
A Quiet Place Part II is also still solidly supported by the slick appearances of its acting department filler. If the character Evelyn Abbott played by Blunt takes the main position in the story of A Quiet Place , then A Quiet Place Part II slowly gives more space for the character Regan Abbott played by Simmonds to take control of the story. And Simmonds was able to present his best performance. By using sign language as the language for delivering his dialogue, Simmonds is able to convey a deeper emotional transmission thanks to his ability to manage facial and body gestures. In a part of the storyline of A Quiet Place Part II, Krasinski divides the focus of the story to four characters who face three conflicts that are told to take place simultaneously. Krasinski observantly can provide a balanced portion of these stories – while encouraging the presence of a thicker story tension. The appearance of Blunt, Simmonds, Murphy, and Jupe who are involved in the storytelling circle also ensures their scenes can work well.
New faces such as Murphy, Djimon Hounsou , and Scoot McNairy who also filled the acting department of the A Quiet Place story series through this film also made a maximum contribution. Murphy, in particular, who now seems to be brought in to replace Krasinski, is able to build close and convincing character relationships with other characters in the storyline of A Quiet Place Part II . Overall, the quality of the storytelling of A Quiet Place Part II is quite satisfying in accompanying the quality of the previous film's appearance as well as being able to again make the audience wait for what Krasinski will do in the narrative of the next film.
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