Doesn't "quiet" means "it drags and nothing happens" in this day and age (in these fast internet times where information must be delivered fast and nonstop)?
I agree with Cremers. We don't need quiet moments. We need to have noise at every moment in the film, and every shot should last no longer than one second, else, you're gonna end up with a bored audience. Oh, and explosions! You need to follow the rule "One explosion for each line of dialogue" (also know as the "Michael Bay Equation": One word spoken = one mini explosion, or One sentence = one big explosion).