Get Out

Get Out

Get Out

Get Out

A young African-American man visits his Caucasian girlfriends cursed family estate.

Get Out Details

Title Get Out
Air Date Feb 24, 2017
Runtime 0 Minutes
Networks Blumhouse Productions, QC Entertainment,
Genres Horror,
Country United States of America,
Languages en,

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  • Just because you're invited, doesn't mean you're welcome.

    March 17th, 2017

    "Get Out" takes the initial premise of "Guess Who's Coming to Dinner" and then twists it with "The Stepford Wives" to create a compelling, thoughtful critique of white power. Peele, of course, isn't arguing that white people are out to hypnotise black people. Instead, Get Out is a stinging criticism of the white liberalism that carries itself as e...

  • A deliciously wry slice of cinematic paranoia served with a side of cathartic humor

    February 25th, 2017

    I was totally blown away by "Get Out". This is one of the best turns by an actor behind the camera I have ever seen (Jordan Peele). Probably the timely social commentary is going to loom heavily when discussing the film; however this shouldn't conceal the fact that this is a masterclass cinematic work that has been thought out to the very last det...

  • Lives up to the hype

    March 6th, 2017

    I decided to see this film at the theater after hearing some of the hype (which was basically that it is an excellent horror film that is told from the perspective of a black man).. Well, I can see this would be truly the worst nightmare of a black man (and really the worst nightmare for us all). This is NOT a film that tries to make the viewer fe...

  • I Don't Get The Hype

    March 10th, 2017

    Cookie cutter suspense/thriller/horror flick that isn't very suspenseful or thrilling or scary. The only real change from the norm with this movie is that it features a black man as the lead actor, and early on in the movie it touches on some of the problems of interracial dating from a black man's perspective. I found some humor in the way that t...

  • Best debut from a first time director in years

    May 12th, 2017

    Let's clear the air about this film. It's not a horror film. It's not a comedy. What it is, is a suspenseful thriller of the highest level, worthy to be compared to Hitchcock caliber. The humor is there, along with a few horror scenes, but not enough to overshadow the main theme of the story. The film hits all cylinders with almost no misfires. As...

  • Racism is Scary, Get Out is Not

    March 27th, 2017

    I finished watching Get Out over 2 hours ago, but something has been bothering me since the credits rolled. A sort of unpleasant, irritated feeling that I couldn't really put my finger on until now. My biggest complaint about this horror film is that it's not actually as scary as the real life social problems it constantly hammers the viewer over ...

  • A rare triple-threat genre film

    May 12th, 2017

    Horror tension, mystery tension and racial tension blend together into a gripping and formidable nail-biter in "Get Out," the astonishing directorial debut of Jordan Peele. The former half of the comedy duo "Key & Peele" has found a way to both honor and subvert the thriller and horror genres in a way that's unmistakably modern. . In the tradition...

  • Cleverly written with an eerie twist

    February 25th, 2017

    This movie is appropriately in a genre Mr. Jordan Peele has christened, "Social Thriller". The movie creates a very unsettling feeling from the beginning that slowly builds to a crescendo, that forces the viewer to see prejudices head on. When all is said and done, you now have kind of a bird's eye view of what is wrong with society. But besides t...

  • Bad Mixed Cocktail

    May 10th, 2017

    The movie is okay but not very good - and especially the marketing as a horror movie is a wrong lead - the horror-elements are really just a very few (I wasn't scared once) and also the story is not very clever (that the girl is kind of bait I did know almost right from the start). Big flaw: in a world where many white people are racists the rich ...

  • Paranoid and Manipulative... and Those are its Better Qualities

    May 15th, 2017

    I felt little more than pity for Peele after watching this movie. His sad fantasy view of white people and their motives towards black people reveals a disturbed and paranoid world view.. In some of his comedic work, he seems to be mocking this kind of paranoia, but in Get Out he's embraced it as justified. Maybe I was just giving him too much cre...

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