Now that the Abbott family are forced out of their homes, they must venture out and try to survive. The family meets Emmett (Cillian Murphy), an old family friend, who reluctantly helps them on their journey.Continue reading “A Quiet Place: Part II”
2018 is officially over and what a year it has been. 2018 has been a bit disappointing movie wise because while I liked a lot of films, this year’s films ultimately didn’t stick with me as they have done before, there weren’t many films that I absolutely loved and remembered. And keep in mind that I still haven’t seen some of the newer released Oscar buzz films like If Beale Street Could Talk or Burning.
Honorable Mentions: Never Goin’ Back, Eighth Grade, Black Panther, The Hate U Give, Mission Impossible: Fallout, Annihilation, and Bad Times at the El Royale. These are all great films that I debated putting on this list, but didn’t make the cut.
Who knew that Jim from The Office could direct an excellent horror film.
A Quiet Place surrounds a family who must live in silence in order to survive due to the fact that these monsters have invaded the Earth and hunt anything that makes noise.
2017 was a good year in film but 2018 looks to be an even better year! Here’s my list for films I’m most looking forward to in 2018.
Honorable Mentions: Dark Phoenix, New Mutants (both X-Men films), Venom, Ocean’s 8, Mary Poppins Returns, and A Quiet Place
10. Ready Player One – I really enjoyed the novel so I’m excited to see what Steven Spielberg’s will do with it.
9. Wreck It Ralph 2 – I only recently saw Wreck It Ralph and I really enjoyed it. Now all the Disney Princess are supposed to make an appearance in the second one and I am here for it.
8. Isle of Dogs – Such a huge fan of Wes Anderson and his unique and quirky style in all his films. Also glad to see him do a stop motion animation film again.
7. Ant-Man and the Wasp – I really liked the first Ant-man. But I am so ready to see more female superheroes and finally see the Wasp put on the costume this time around.