Kyle Bruce’s review published on Letterboxd:
A Quiet Place Part II is better than the first one in almost every way. It naturally introduces new characters and concepts, effectively develops the those characters and concepts, and delivers even more action and suspense than the original A Quiet Place.
The score and sound design is phenomenal, and the performances from Emily Blunt, Cillian Murphy and especially Millicent Simmonds - who's character acts as the main protagonist, following in her father Lee's (bare)footsteps - are brilliant.
Finally, I thought that the strongest thing about A Quiet Place Part II was the opening sequence. This film has one of the most thrilling, memorable and effective openings in recent memory.
John Krasinski has done it again. Aside from a few massive plotholes (which I hope will be explained in a sequel), this is a damn near perfect horror/thriller.