If they can’t hear you, they can’t hunt you.
In the modern thriller "A Quiet Place," a family of four must navigate their lives in silence after mysterious creatures that hunt by sound threaten their survival.
"In its simplicity and punch, this is a film that feels as if it could have been made decades ago, in the classic age of 'Planet of the Apes' or 'The Omega Man.'" - The Guardian
"As a celebration of the physical expressiveness and visual storytelling of silent cinema, A Quiet Place speaks volumes without a word being uttered." - Washington Post
"The pleasures of this story are the pleasures of watching people think, quickly but methodically, through a situation. To the very end, where a different picture might have devolved into a routine bloodbath, the movie clings to its intelligence like a protective amulet; it keeps the viewer in a state of heightened alertness throughout." - Los Angeles Times
"'A Quiet Place' is full of fabulous, virtuoso action set pieces, but mere hours after seeing it, what I’m already flashing on the most are the ways in which each member of this family, children and adults alike, tries to carry the weight of their central burden, which isn’t fear and dread, but guilt and grief, two monsters no third act plot twist can ever quite vanquish." - Village Voice
"It transcends its genre even as it fulfills it." - Christian Science Monitor