Us (2019)

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We are our own worst enemy.

Directed By Jordan Peele Jordan Peele Starring Lupita Nyong'o Lupita Nyong'o  •  Winston Duke Winston Duke  •  Elisabeth Moss Elisabeth Moss  •  Tim Heidecker Tim Heidecker  •  Yahya Abdul-Mateen II Yahya Abdul-Mateen II Genres Horror  •  Mindbender  •  Mystery  •  Psychological Horror  •  Psychological Thriller  •  Thriller Studios &
MTV Movie Award for Best Movie Nominated  •  They Shoot Zombies, Don't They? Top 1000 Horror Movies
Release Info 2019-03-08T00:00:00Z March 8, 2019
Color  •  120 minutes R Rated R
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nine1hilario on 3/29/2019 Reply  · 

Good subject with a lot of subtext (some of them are pretty problematic though) but bad execution. Plot holes, rhythm problems, needless comedic parts/easter eggs are all over the place. Lupita and the music are not enough.

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mrjedi on 4/1/2019 Reply  · 

Reminds me of "The Happening" because both try to convey an uneasy strange horror theme which ultimately doesn't pay off at the end and makes you laugh at things which aren't meant to be funny. Some say there are deep social and political overtones to be had if you look hard enough, but the movie was not compelling enough for me to care.

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Eagleskywalker87 on 4/2/2019 Reply  · 

I don't understand the hate above. Sure the film has issues (plot holes, dumb character decisions, jokes that don't work and an entire sequence in a mansion that should've been cut) but what's good about the film is fantastic. Compelling and ambiguous social commentary, great foreshadowing in the first act, a fascinating story, fantastic performances and boy, I never get scared during horror movies but two entire sequences made me terrified. Do you know how hard that is to do? Overall, I say it's a 7/10.

And while we're on this topic; halfway through my Sunday night screening, the projector cut out and the lights turned on. Not only was this painful but I sat for 20 minutes waiting for the film to come back on just to have it back on with ONLY THE AUDIO for a full 5 minutes. Then it started again from the beginning so I had to watch the movie again... that was frustrating!

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HorrorHistorian5 on 4/3/2019 Reply  · 

Yrs this film had so many issues but im going to have to watch many times to fully grasp the film. but overall it was a solid thriller and very creepy! half of the film is a C.H.U.D re=amagining and parts of it where Alice in Wonderland so bizarre.

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RussIsHere on 4/7/2019 Reply  · 

Doesn't entirely strike the same chords as Get Out did. The structure and pacing aren't nearly as tight as Peele's debut but subtext for days upon days. I can see my appreciation growing upon future viewings. And Lupita Nyong'o is great.

Toni Collette last year and Nyong'o this year, what's with all the great horror performances coming in March releases?

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Akacyclops13 on 6/8/2019 Reply  · 

Love get out. This movie was a mess

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