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This movie was written by sometime who studied storytelling, but never learned, or was never capable of learning, how to tell a story.
This movie has elements, pieces, that make up parts of a story, but fundamentally lacks in delivering a complete story.
It's kind of like a rich kid becoming a gangster rapper.
Lupita Nyong'o was amazing.
You'll be disappointed, to say the least.
Not as fun as it 2017, but as psychological thrillers go, it's fine.
Tbh I never saw "Get Out", but this right here however, wow! I haven't seen such a terrible and boring movie as this garbage in ages!!!
Interesting script. Very well done. It's powerful enough to keep you in your seat the entire time, although the four minutes of bunnies with suspense music at the beginning of the film are more hilarious than disturbing.
The Twilight Zone inspired US is bone-chilling and smart. But this is not a traditional scary movie. With US, Jordan Peele challenges his audience. It's part slasher film, part home invasion event and part psychological puzzle of the shadowy self. It's intellectual, thought-provoking elements stand out however and US delivers a sublte yet vital-for-the-viewer-to-understand sociological message. Do scary social statements appeal to all horror fans? No. But getting the point of this film is the crucial difference between feeling fascination/admiration for it versus dissatisfaction/confusion. So turn off the phone and get your snacks first! US requires and rewards one's undivided attention.
'Us' is a original, suspenseful, scary, masterfully written, entertaining film, with an amazing performance by Lupita Nyong'o, a powerful cinematography, an amazing direction by Jordan Peele and a different social/political commentary that's incredibly effective and symbolic. 5/5 - 10/10
Not scary, Not well written. Twist at the end was forced.
A lame, overrated bore.
Ha worse movie ever can't say much more unless you have the time of day
I don't know if it's good or not, because the characters are sinister and macabre and great performances, the script is good, but the ending is unacceptable.