It’s wonderful cinema that offers so much to discuss, particularly about racism among middle America.
Highly effective satirical horror marking the confident directorial debut of comedian Jordan Peele.
Inspired filmmaking: witty, trenchant, very topical, sometimes utterly bloodcurdling but always with plenty of polemical points to make.
Jordan Peele’s clever, gripping and timely debut Get Out puts racism at the heart of its horror.
This is one of the most imaginative horror films we’ve seen in a very long time.
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.
A young black man meets his white girlfriend’s parents in Jordan Peele’s chilling satire of liberal racism in the US.
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.
Get Out features a different kind of horror protagonist
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