Get Out (2017)

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Just because you're invited, doesn't mean you're welcome.

Directed By Jordan Peele Jordan Peele Starring Daniel Kaluuya Daniel Kaluuya  •  Allison Williams Allison Williams  •  Catherine Keener Catherine Keener  •  Bradley Whitford Bradley Whitford  •  Caleb Landry Jones Caleb Landry Jones Genres Horror  •  Psychological Horror  •  Psychological Thriller  •  Thriller Studios &
Academy Award Nominated  •  Academy Award Best Picture Nominated  •  Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay Nominated  •  Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay Winning  •  Independent Spirit Award for Best Film Winning  •  Independent Spirit Award for Best Film Nominated  •  Saturn Award for Best Horror or Thriller Film Nominated  •  Saturn Award for Best Horror or Thriller Film Winning  •  MTV Movie Award for Best Movie Nominated  •  Blumhouse Productions  •  Cahiers du cinéma: Top 10 Lists  •  Online Film Critics Society Award for Best Picture Winning  •  Empire Award for Best Horror Winning  •  San Diego Film Critics Society Award for Best Film Winning  •  Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association Award for Best Film Winning  •  Indiewire's 100 Best Movies of the 2010s  •  They Shoot Zombies, Don't They? Top 1000 Horror Movies
Release Info 2017-01-23T00:00:00Z January 23, 2017
Color  •  103 minutes R Rated R
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Comments (9)


red_berin on 2/26/2017 Reply  · 

Suspenseful, and a fascinating look into our own culture.

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RussIsHere on 3/4/2017 Reply  · 

Pretty incredible debut from Jordan Peele. Suspenseful and thrilling

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JC13 on 4/28/2017 Reply  · 

Heard a lot of good things about this one and yeah, it's damn good.

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HorrorHistorian5 on 5/14/2017 Reply  · 

way better and deeper than I could of imagined, not perfect but it has a great art direction and the score is amazing the whole cast was good too! A top 25 American horror film of this decade for sure.

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topichtennis on 5/31/2017 Reply  · 

This movie had so much hype, that I thought there was no way it could live up to it. Lucky for me the movie was fresh and funny and tense. One of my favorites of the year so far.

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Eagleskywalker87 on 8/9/2017 Reply  · 

I normally love movies that are weird and different but I really didn't "get it". It is a different film but it has no context or point behind it when other thought provoking movies do have context.

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Eagleskywalker87 on 8/20/2018 Reply  · 

Alright, even though I said this a year ago, I do feel the need to reiterate. Get Out definitely has context behind it. It’s satire, and the entire point of satire is to have context. And a much better film would’ve done it justice. But here it felt... lost and confused. It was rather silly in how it played out for such a deep subject matter.

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Crapbaskets123 on 8/2/2022 Reply  · 

The film critiques the attitude that white liberal society has on the idea of a post-racial era (particularly in the time where people used to think that Obama being president signified a post-racial era). Hence why the first half of the movie is filled with the guests awkwardly trying to communicate with Chris and convey that they aren't racist, while only really cementing that they are. The second half takes this way more literally. There's also the idea of a black man trying to navigate a white world, which is shown with the dichotomy between the interactions of the white characters, and Chris. Of course, there's also plenty else to like such as the brilliant use of suspense and tension, but also filling every scene with a sense of uncertainty and uncomfortability.

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SlackerInc on 3/13/2018 Reply  · 

Pretty good, but it was silly to nominate this for Oscars, and sillier that it won one and that people argued for it getting Best Picture.

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