Get Out Reviews
Daniel Kalyuua uses FAKE TEARS. Watch his normally white eyes turn red whenever the tears flow down. It's all fake. And yet he got best actor noms during award season. These were FAKE TEARS, people.
Ridiculous IMPLAUSIBLE story. How did anyone buy into this? There is NO commentary on racism either, like they claim. White people who want to "live" in black bodies. How is that racist or anything else "reflective of our society?" All total bs. Don't waste your time with this. It's just a better than average HORROR FILM. That's it, nothing more.
If you cannot predict the movie halfway through, well, something is wrong with your ability to follow. Never mind the "white people are evil" theme that we see every year....that much Hollywood cannot get enough of here.
I wanted to GET OUT of the theater it was that bad. Please let me know where it was scary, I must have missed that 2 seconds when I bent over for my soda. The female actress was good in keeping it mildly believable, but once the backyard scene began, well, it was obvious what was going on....but WHERE WAS THE SCARE?
Wow, this was just plain horrific imo. If I could give it 1/4 of 1/4 stars I would do so. It was a cheap movie too, with unknown actors and a plot that is played out.....
There are no wrong notes in this incredibly thought provoking film, on the subject of race. Once you understand what is really going on, so much of the weird dialogue makes sense in an instant, or later as you recall it, and you might want to see it again to make sure you caught it all.
Its themes on racism are good, but I find that the themes of morality and immortality even more fascinating.
What the villain(s) do is undeniably ungodly, but is it even racist? I won't go into spoilers, but this movie raises a lot of interesting questions. Can something be racist and not racist at the same time?
What the villain(s) do of course is horrible, but their reasoning, though still morally wrong, can be interpreted as both racist and not racist at the same time! You can argue that them going after black people specifically is racist, but another person can argue that it's in a weird way, admiring black people... just in the most evil way possible.
Get Out messes with my head, and it is very very clever with how everything is set up and resolved.