‘A Quiet Place II’ Gets an Official Trailer

A couple of years ago, John Krasinski and Emily Blunt made a movie together that would become one of the critically-acclaimed films of 2018, A Quiet Place. No, it wasn’t the best science-fiction movie ever made but it was easily the best sci-fi/horror film since Alien.

With an original concept and a storyline that was handled perfectly, A Quiet Place turned out to be actually quite a good film. And now, its sequel is a few months from arriving. Here’s the first official trailer.

I have a feeling this movie is going to be just as good, just in a more action-packed way. This is definitely one film to look forward to this year.

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Rey’s Lineage Revealed: Why Am I Still Unsatisfied?

Since The Force Awakens, there’s been one searing question that fans of the new trilogy couldn’t help clamoring for; who are Rey’s parents? At the end of The Force Awakens, the two most popular theories saw Rey as Luke’s daughter or as a Solo. Those theories were aggressively debunked as Rian Johnson changed gears and told all of us that Rey was the daughter of “nobodies” who had abandoned her for drinking money. But I knew this was a cruel ploy Kylo used to try to get her to join him. I even wrote a post about it a couple of years ago.

I Have The Proof That Kylo Ren Didn’t Tell the Full Truth About Rey’s Parents

I was saying it all throughout last year. Rey was a Palpatine. There was nothing that could convince me otherwise. So when I watched The Rise of Skywalker and Kylo told her, in a specifically momentous point of the movie, that she was Rey Palpatine, I wasn’t surprised, nor was I that happy either.


The concept of Rey’s connection to Palpatine was a brilliant idea in theory if done correctly, but the way J.J Abrams handled the reveal and the following storyline surrounding this tale of lineage felt a bit…if I’m being honest, corny. Continue reading Rey’s Lineage Revealed: Why Am I Still Unsatisfied?

Episode X: The Reckoning: Chapter Thirty-Six

“Catching up” left Ora, Ben Solo, and Maz Kanata even more confused at the predicament of their current situation. They had all been in hyperspace, ripped from lightspeed by a face in the stars, and undergone a strange adventure that had led them all to this foreign world where a kyber crystal could be discovered.

There was no doubt that the Force was involved and that greater things were at work here. But Ora didn’t feel any delight or wonder. She felt like a hole had been dug inside of her, one that would never be filled, and that was the void left behind by her mother’s passing.

She knew she had to be strong. She knew the galaxy needed her. And she understood, according to her father, that she had accepted her fate willingly, but she didn’t know how to handle an existence where her mother was no longer with her. Watching her planet be destroyed was bad enough. Now…

As Ben and Maz Kanata continued to speak with one another, embroiled in the mysteries of their scenario, Ora stood and left the room. Ben made to follow her but Maz placed a hand on his.

“She needs time to think,” she told him.

Ben nodded grimly. Continue reading Episode X: The Reckoning: Chapter Thirty-Six