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The beginning is good, although the movie is slow. The ending is trite and predictable.
Film Review: Get Out
The Get Out movie is good because feels fresh and rare in a way that studio horror movies almost never do. The movie however, doesn't feels no such obligations manners. A movie of horror about a black guy (Daniel Kaluuya) trying to survive his first weekend with his white girlfriend's (Allison Williams) family, it's locked in the present, he feels uncomfortable because he is the only black guy in the house and the family of her girlfriend act weird in front of him.
Summary of the movie
Chris (Daniel Kaluuya) and his girlfriend Rose (Allison Williams), they are preparing to go home to meet her parents doing the luggage. Rose hasn't told them he's black, and Chris get a little angry because is going to me akward which she blows off as no big deal, but he's wary. His TSA Agent buddy (LilRel Howery) warns him against going too and tell him is to soon because they are only 4 months together, but Chris is falling in love with Rose.
On the way to the house of rose's parents on the road they are talking and they are running through a deer and it damages a little the car of Rose, Chris goes down to see the damage and what went through and sees that the focus of the car of the front part broke and the rearview mirror broke and he hears noises from the animal that went through and goes to see him and was dead and if it was a deer they call the police by Rose and the policeman tells him that he should have called Animal control and the policeman asks Rose for her identification and gives it to and, then turns to see Chris who is sitting in the car and asks for identification to the same and was not driving and Rose tells the police that because if the He was not driving and the policeman tells him that this is the protocol and tells him that no and Chris is giving him the identification and Rose says no and the policeman decides not to give it to him and leaves and Rose tells him that he should not be like that and they get into the car and Chris thanks rose for defending him.
Chris and Rose arrive at her parents' house, something is unsettling. Sure, Dean (Bradley Whitford) and Missy (Catherine Keener) seem friendly enough, but almost too much so, like they're looking to impress Chris. More unnerving is the demeanor of a groundskeeper named Walter (Marcus Henderson) and a housekeeper named Georgina (Betty Gabriel), There's just something wrong. But, as we so often do in social or racial situations, Chris keeps trying to excuse their behavior maybe Walter is jealous and maybe Georgina has an issue with Chris being with a white woman. The lurking presence of Rose's odd brother (Caleb Landry Jones), doesn't help.
Chris go out to have a smoke one night, and, well, things start to get even stranger in ways I won't spoilin fact, the preview gives away way too much. Avoid it if you can.
Opinion of the movie
Get out is a great phycological thriller and i think the movie is creative and creepy but well written. A film that makes us think and a little freaked out at the same time. They talk a lot of racism because they kill black guys, the movie is a little weird and in some ways you don't understand the movie in the beginning o in the middle of the movie the interpretation is good you understand the racism in the movie but I don't understand a "good" reason and the movie doesn't say why the family want to kill Chris, we all no they don't like black people but what the black people do to they, to compare that in the movie American history x act by Edward Northon is also a movie of racism and the character of Edward his name is Derek Vinyard he don't like black people because one of them kills his father and you no that is the reason that he hate clack people but in get out don't and that is one that is the only reason I hate about the movie
The movie Get Out is good you going to like the movie is creepy and cool this movie the actors play there roll well but is a little gore the final so if you don't like that just read my review, the end is "Chris survive".
Direct by Jordan Peele
Very original and auspensefull. Movies like this are a breayh of fresh air in an era qhere all you can find are remakes and franchise moviee
A poor attempt at shoving some social commentary into an horror movie, which does not have anything to do with horror genre, and turns out a boring viewing from start to end. Nothing more that demagoguery.
Good thriller from Peele with a little taste of comedy and satirical themes, also great performance from Kaluuya.
horrible movie, boring and filled with holes in the script, senseless and absurd
The most creative take on a political horror film. Absolutely brilliant.
kind of confusing but its a good creepy film
Chilling and a MASTERPIECE!!!!
Love love love love love it