matt lynch’s review published on Letterboxd:
Switches gears from the look-behind-you monster blast of the first one to a relatively more patient survival drama, one that like everything else these days is "about grief." But it works because these movies' best asset is that Krasinski tends to try and underplay everything, which forces him to illustrate the character beats with Spielberg broadness (if not quite in craft) and let the actors fill in the nuance. Bonus, it's barely 95 minutes long. Sssh!