"A Quiet Place" is 1 hour and 30 minutes of sitting in your seat with every muscle clenched. But it’s also a love letter from a father to his children and that juxtaposition to the anxiety-inducing monsters makes this movie more than worth the price of admission. SPOILERS AHEAD. The attention to detail in this film is something that is seen in the first scene to the very last. The film opens up to the Abbott family, comprised of Lee (John Krasinski), Evelyn (Emily Blunt), Marcus (Noah Jupe), Regan (Millicent Simmonds) and Beau, at a supermarket in town. They walk with bare feet, every move is measured because they are prey for monsters with supersonic hearing. The shelves are barren, save for the snacks or things that might have loud wrappers; noise is a death sentence. The idea of raising children in silence is a situation the viewer is made immediately aware is precarious at best. The youngest son, Beau, wants a toy rocket, but even with the batteries removed, the toy still has the potential of being too loud. As they exit the supermarket, Regan, who is deaf and portrayed by Simmonds who is deaf in real life, […]