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Get Out (15)

Get Out (15)

Horror, Mystery

A young African-American man visits his Caucasian girlfriend's mysterious family estate.

The critical consensus

It’s wonderful cinema that offers so much to discuss, particularly about racism among middle America.

*****Jack Shepherd, The Independent, 08/03/2017

Highly effective satirical horror marking the confident directorial debut of comedian Jordan Peele.

****(*)Katherine McLaughlin, The List, 13/03/2017

Inspired filmmaking: witty, trenchant, very topical, sometimes utterly bloodcurdling but always with plenty of polemical points to make.

****(*)Geoffrey Macnab, The Independent, 15/03/2017

Jordan Peele’s clever, gripping and timely debut Get Out puts racism at the heart of its horror.

****(*)Alistair Harkness, The Scotsman, 16/03/2017

This is one of the most imaginative horror films we’ve seen in a very long time.

****(*)Allan Hunter, Daily Express, 17/03/2017

Jordan Peele’s superbly nasty comedy about a black man who meets his white girlfriend’s parents is as pitiless as a surgeon’s scalpel.

*****Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian, 16/03/2017

A young black man meets his white girlfriend’s parents in Jordan Peele’s chilling satire of liberal racism in the US.

****(*)Mark Kermode, The Observer, 19/03/2017

To call it the most important movie of the year so far makes it sound possibly rather worthy. That’s not true at all. Get Out is a comment on a highly complex situation that’s also a total blast.

****(*)Olly Richards, Empire Online, 16/03/2017

Features about Get Out (15)

Get Out features a different kind of horror protagonist

James Luxford, Little White Lies

Where and when?

General release. Check local listings for show times.

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