Everything Wrong With A Quiet Place In 13 Minutes Or Less

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  • Published on:  Tuesday, December 4, 2018
  • A Quiet Place is a great movie! We loved it. But like all movies, it still has sins, so we did what we do and pointed them out in a video.

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    Remember, no movie is without sin! Which movie's sins should we expose next?!

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  • getampt22

    getampt22

     58 minutes ago

    Also really upset you didn't take a sin off for the birth scene

  • getampt22

    getampt22

     an hour ago

    I've been a fan of yours for years. You are REACHING on this one lol

  • Dan Petersen

    Dan Petersen

     an hour ago

    How about you research some science:; from https://www.google.com/amp/s/theconversation.com/amp/a-quiet-place-the-science-behind-how-filmmakers-made-aliens-hear-using-distractions-and-deviant-sounds-96581
    “Deviant sounds
    It has recently been suggested that there are two types of auditory distraction, where tasks are impaired by background sound. The most commonly researched of these is the irrelevant sound effect, where the processes that underpin task performance (for example, trying to remember things in order, or understanding the meaning of information while reading) can be interfered with by the similar processing of information from background sound, for example, from certain types of music.
    The second route is called the deviant effect. It is an evolutionarily adaptive function that we share with many other animals – and, in the Quiet Place universe, with alien creatures. It alerts us to potential changes in the environment that might indicate, for example, a threat to survival or a possible food source.
    The explanation of the deviance effect is conceptually quite intuitive. It is when an unexpected or unpredictable sound captures one’s attention. More specifically, any auditory item that deviates from an expected sequence of sounds is able to capture attention via a physical orienting response. Consider the example of a baby lying on the floor, looking up to the left at its parent. If the baby hears a sound on their right-hand side, they will turn their head towards it, and so are no longer attending to their parent.
    Laboratory research has shown this very same effect in different ways. Compared to the rest of the sound sequence, a deviant sound can be temporally different (presented at the rate of half a second compared to one second), have a different pitch (male voice compared to female voice, for example), or be semantically different (such as hearing one’s own name). In each of these cases, performance on a short-term memory task is significantly impaired compared to when there is background noise with no deviant sounds.
    The aliens in A Quiet Place rely on deviant sounds to alert them to their prey: when one of the children switches a toy space shuttle on it suddenly emanates a lot of noise (see the trailer above). The trees rustle, as the aliens have presumably been alerted by the sound, and the father rushes towards his child. The noise was clearly a change from the aliens’ usual environmental sounds.”

  • Latrell Rhochelle

    Latrell Rhochelle

     an hour ago

    Basically, I’m glad I didn’t see this in theaters 🤣

  • Fernando Moura

    Fernando Moura

     an hour ago

    Lets start by the fact that deaf people usually make loud random noise, since they don’t know they are doing it. My father is deaf and every time he wakes up to go to the bathroom at night, every one wakes up with him haha

  • Thomas Jack Potter.

    Thomas Jack Potter.

     an hour ago

    I don’t know if this movie deserved this many sins tbf

  • pnut84

    pnut84

     2 hours ago

    There's a reason why all the candy and chips and over the counter medicine was left behind, they make too much noise. Opening a bag of chips is loud and eating them is even louder. Try walking with a bottle of tablets and see if you can make no noise.

  • phuntsok Takring

    phuntsok Takring

     3 hours ago

    Once I heard about this movie I didn't go see it because I don't want them to hear it and kill by the creature.

  • Ken Millspaw

    Ken Millspaw

     3 hours ago

    Does anyone think about how easy it would be to trap these things? Just use any trap known to man with a bell and a string in the middle. Problem Solved.

  • Wake me when we get there Huh

    Wake me when we get there Huh

     3 hours ago

    This was one of the most boring and ridiculous movies i have ever fell asleep in and walked out of.

  • MA Mase

    MA Mase

     3 hours ago

    12:32 had me dying laughing, that movie song used to scare me

  • Gator Teeth

    Gator Teeth

     4 hours ago

    This movie was shit.

  • LPSLover2005 Quinn

    LPSLover2005 Quinn

     4 hours ago

    Sin tally 73 there was no decent back story

  • Narwolf

    Narwolf

     4 hours ago

    Cinemasins gets a sin for having no references to the Office or Jim Halpert in the end segment.

  • Shit idk Man

    Shit idk Man

     4 hours ago

    It’s jim

  • Lean Cup

    Lean Cup

     4 hours ago

    My tummy hurt

  • Silver Dragon

    Silver Dragon

     5 hours ago

    A dark souls reference, nice

  • NC Girl

    NC Girl

     6 hours ago

    I loved all the signs references!

  • Daniel Palma

    Daniel Palma

     6 hours ago

    This video sucks but then I see you’re doing over 3 million views. So there’s that.

  • Jokerman Gaming

    Jokerman Gaming

     6 hours ago

    "I assume that's racist" Lmao 😂😂😂