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 103 Minutes
Networks Blumhouse Productions, QC Entertainment,
Genres Horror,
Country United States of America,
Languages en,

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  • 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...

  • 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...

  • Get Out is impressive and awesome. Best horror I've seen in a while!

    February 22nd, 2017

    People will be talking about this one for a long time.. Get Out is an extremely powerful, poignant horror movie with some humor. Whatever elements of action or schlock that are present take a backseat to the real human drama that plays out when Chris (Daniel Kaluuya) meets his white girlfriend's eccentric family.. The characters are fleshed out im...

  • Good But Don't Believe All The Hype

    April 4th, 2017

    I have until very recently had a problem sleeping. You see when I was in bed I'd be lying there and I'd suddenly have enraged thoughts as to the Oscars being too white. Words can not convey just grief stricken and tortured I was knowing that once again the Academy Awards were going to gift accolades to white film makers once again damaged me menta...

  • 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...

  • 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...

  • The epitome of the American horror film

    February 24th, 2017

    Jordan Peele's Get Out is an outstanding work of horror cinema, in that the American horror film is the best genre for creatively commentating on the various social, economic, and psychological constructs of life in such a way that can be visually thought-provoking. And the best part about this film is Peele does not pull out any of the usual horr...

  • Skin Deep

    April 4th, 2017

    Jordan Peele has made a smoothly entertaining and smart thriller out of material familiar from The Stepford Wives, Seconds, Night of the Living Dead and Guess Who's Coming to Dinner? The film doesn't have an original bone in its body, but it's lively, funny and discomfiting nonetheless and it provides a few pleasurable jolts while nimble direction...

  • A surprisingly subtle and effective horror film for our times

    February 25th, 2017

    Producer Jason Blum is the new Roger Corman: he's making a fortune producing smart low budget genre films that make a ton of money at the box office. Since his costs are low, he can afford to take chances on riskier edgy fare that studios wouldn't touch, and on relatively unproven talent. . There's no better example of this than Get Out, a truly s...

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