For this month’s next review for Genre Grandeur – Oscar Nominated/Winning Films. here’s a review of Get Out (2017) by Darren of Movie Reviews 101.
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Let’s see what Darren thought of this movie:
Get Out is exceptional directorial debut of Jordan Peele, earning him an Oscar for Original Screenplay, along with nominations for Best Picture, Best Director and Daniel Kaluuya getting a best actor nomination, giving Get Out 4 Oscar nomination for a horror, which is unheard of in the modern era of cinema.
Get Out will follow Chris Washington (Daniel Kaluuya) a black man that is going to meet his white girlfriend Rose’s (Allison Williams) family for the first time. Chris is worried they might not accept him in the same way as a white boyfriend, as the family, father Dean (Whitford), mother Missy (Catherine Keener) and brother Jeremy (Caleb Landry Jones) showing the awkward signs of trying to cover up their own racial insecurities. Things don’t improve for Chris as he gets to see the family has help from two black members of staff, working on the residents.
Chris will find his time getting even stranger within the location having a big party, which will have its own twist, one that Chris isn’t prepared for, leaving him needing to fight to make it out alive or be the latest victim of the family’s plan.
Get Out is one of the most disturbing modern horror, one that will give us a modern look at how divided between white privilege’s thinking between races. This will give us another aspect of horror that will leave everything coming off disturbing, while waiting for everything waiting to unfold in a purely terrifying outcome, one that will stick with you for long after the film.
Get Out is one of the best modern horrors, one that will leave you disturbed, shocked and waiting to see how much further this will go to give us even more horrors in this world, one of the best modern-day debuts in the genre.
My Rating 10/10
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