A Quiet Place is a special, unique horror that shows what can be achieved by this genre when it’s not pandering to the lowest common denominator. With an engaging concept and impressive physical acting by the cast, it’s a small, intimate film with huge tension. Hitchcock may have been the master of suspense, but sound hasn’t been used this strongly before. Is this the year’s best horror already?
Sweet, uplifting and inspiring. Despite an iffy structure and not having enough Wilson and Roberts, Wonder is a heart-warming film with a special message.