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(The Hollywood Reporter)   A Quiet Place II: The Shushening moved back to a Memorial Day release   (hollywoodreporter.com) divider line
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2021-03-05 6:39:50 PM  
11 votes:
The first one lost me with the nail in the board that had no reason to be there, wasn't actually nailed to anything, had somehow not been a problem for the years they had lived there, and served no purpose except to ratchet up the tension.
 
2021-03-05 5:12:06 PM  
7 votes:
I think they shushed everything that needed to be shushed in the first one. But according to CA law, a horror movie that makes 2005.61% of its budget requires several sequels and a reboot.
 
2021-03-06 12:13:16 AM  
4 votes:

Esroc: The first one lost me with the nail in the board that had no reason to be there, wasn't actually nailed to anything, had somehow not been a problem for the years they had lived there, and served no purpose except to ratchet up the tension.


This is the prime example to be used in arguments about suspension of disbelief.  Yes, we can turn our brains off to enjoy the action and tone, despite a ridiculous plot and dumb characters.  But even the dumbest, most inept builder/contractor couldn't have managed to have a nail protrude pointy side up out of the middle of a farking stair tread.  Hell, a random Lego piece would have been more believable.
 
2021-03-05 7:48:44 PM  
2 votes:

Esroc: The first one lost me with the nail in the board that had no reason to be there, wasn't actually nailed to anything, had somehow not been a problem for the years they had lived there, and served no purpose except to ratchet up the tension.


The nail was beyond stupid. Why would someone hammer a nail into a step from the bottom?
 
2021-03-05 11:26:06 PM  
1 vote:

Bot v2.38beta: baron von doodle: Esroc: The first one lost me with the nail in the board that had no reason to be there, wasn't actually nailed to anything, had somehow not been a problem for the years they had lived there, and served no purpose except to ratchet up the tension.

The nail was beyond stupid. Why would someone hammer a nail into a step from the bottom?

Why would no one try sonic weapons on  monsters that have super hearing?

Why not live in/around the waterfall?

How did they get enough sand to make that long of a trail?

Etc.

/falls apart when you think about it


Cabinet maker. The nail pissed me off.

Also, damn you. Sonic weapons are obvious. Not even advanced. Like so:
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2021-03-05 7:53:35 PM  
1 vote:

baron von doodle: Esroc: The first one lost me with the nail in the board that had no reason to be there, wasn't actually nailed to anything, had somehow not been a problem for the years they had lived there, and served no purpose except to ratchet up the tension.

The nail was beyond stupid. Why would someone hammer a nail into a step from the bottom?


Why would no one try sonic weapons on  monsters that have super hearing?

Why not live in/around the waterfall?

How did they get enough sand to make that long of a trail?

Etc.

/falls apart when you think about it
 
2021-03-05 7:04:41 PM  
1 vote:
The first movie was like The Village.
Okay on first watch. Falls apart when thinking about it.

Watching a movie all the way through doesn't mean it's a well made film.
 
2021-03-05 6:43:34 PM  
1 vote:
A Quiet Place II: Burrito Night
 
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