The Silence Netflix Original Movie Review [HD]



The Silence Netflix Original Movie Review [HD] – by Ruben

When the world is under attack from terrifying creatures who hunt their human prey by sound, 16-year old Ally Andrews (Kiernan Shipka), who lost her hearing at 13, and her family seek refuge in a remote haven. But they discover a sinister cult who are eager to exploit Ally’s heightened senses. Based on the acclaimed novel, THE SILENCE is directed by John R. Leonetti (ANNABELLE) and stars Stanley Tucci, Kiernan Shipka, Miranda Otto, John Corbett, Kate Trotter and Kyle Breitkopf. Watch on April 10th, only on Netflix.

If you have reached this far into the blurb…then why not like, comment and subscribe if you have not already. Also, below are a few more reviews and channel details for your wonderful eye-balls.

Monday – Thursday: Pre-release Netflix and Amazon reviews
Every Friday: Netflix Reviews and or Amazon Prime Reviews
Monday – Thurs: Trailer reactions depending on when they drop.
Saturday – once a month live stream random life event and or QnA

Author Page: I am an Author too, and this is my Facebook page where I chat about my writing and keep everyone updated.
@AuthorRubenLShaw

Website: Holds most of my content and a few extras.
www.therubytuesday.org

Twitter – @TheRuby_Tuesday
Instagram – theruby_tuesday
Facebook – @TheRubyT

Thank you for checking out my channel. You are awesome!
Don’t forget to subscribe, like and comment. It’s so good we can chat about our love of media but most of all until next time…Live Long and Tuesday.

Unicorn Store Netflix Movie Review:

Our Planet:

Ultraman Netflix Review:

The Highwayman Netflix Original Review:

Hanna Season 1 Review – Amazon Prime Video (Episodes 1-3)

Santa Clarita Diet: Season 3 Netflix Original Series Review

Stranger Things 3 Trailer Reaction:

After Life:

Love Death and Robots Review:

Alita Battle Angel Movie Review:

Kingdom:

Titans Review:

Sex Education Review:

Diablero Review:

The Protector Review:

Homecoming Season 1 Review:

Website: www.therubytuesday.org
Facebook:

#netflix #thesilence #kiernanshipka #stanleytucci #netflixoriginalmovie #netflixmovie #thesilencereview #thesilencemoviereview #moviereview

source: https://nasibbitar.net

Xem thêm các bài viết về Công Nghệ: https://nasibbitar.net/category/cong-nghe/

37 thoughts on “The Silence Netflix Original Movie Review [HD]”

  1. I have big problem I have with the premise of this film and the Quiet Place. The concept that Deaf people are silent. Haven't they ever met a Deaf person?

  2. Good concept, setting, and a "good" self-made knockoff. The acting was good, camerawork and sound were good – really this was a good movie for all but one not so tiny aspect; the number of plotholes. The creatures developed away from the world, but how did they get enough of a food source to generate the population released? If they ate each other than subspecies would evolve, but we see none. They are distracted by sound, any sound, even the rattle of a rattlesnake or the sound of dirt shifting, so why are they not distracted by the swaying of trees or gusts of wind. They don't do well in cold, but they EVOLVED IN A DEEP CAVE! Why does the drive in armored vehicles with electrified wiring on the outside and gunports while having a siren go off to attract them? Their ability to reproduce is insanely fast, their body would be very sensitive to the sun, they wouldn't know how to fly in the wind (maybe they could, but I doubt in a storm) – you get the point.

    They could have addressed most of this easily by having humans act a little smarter and win rather quickly like we would in real life and by working out the kinks of the creature's evolution. If they did address these problems this would be a fantastic monster film. maybe even series, but because they didn't the whole things falls apart very quickly.

  3. You’d think the brightest minds in the world would build giant bug zappers with speakers in the middle.
    Or idk, lure them using high frequency bursts then blow them up

  4. I didn’t find it all that enjoyable. It was ok. But I was let down every now and then. They rushed some parts. There was a few plot holes and pointless scenes. It was just a bit below average.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *