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Get Out (2017)

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Something like you've never seen before. Its a MUST watch.
One of the BEST movies ever. It will keep you on the edge of your seat till the very end.
The movie starts when a white chick persuades her black boyfriend to her (so-called) family function taking place in their country-side house which is situated in a remote forest. Things take an unexpected turn all together when the guy finds out the red box in his girlfriend's room which he is not supposed to.
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Yashika reviewed Get Out
This was one of the rarest horror movies that managed to keep me totally scared and mostly uncomfortable from start to finish in years and years. I don't get this new trend of hating everything Shiamalan does. This new movie is one of the best horror concepts I've come across in a very long time and uses simplicity to the best effect.

I don't get what people these days expect an horror movie to be. If you don't think this a good example of a simple concept that works like a dream...or a nightmare, I don't get what passes for horror in Hollywood no more.

The idea for this movie is fantastic, and it's very well executed. I really don't get why people complain that nothing happens in this story. It's that type of simplicity that keeps the scary atmosphere throughout the entire movie. This is not a cgi crap action so called horror thing for teens, this is a classic old school horror, it's filled with a creepy atmosphere and uses perfectly all the ideas for each character to keep the viewer feeling uncomfortable all the time.

There's a couple of good scares ,but most of the horror really happens inside our minds. This is the best thing in this movie, it creates such an atmosphere of tension with simple things that when something really dramatic happens on screen we get ten times more startled and there's no need for any cgi on this movie at all to scare teenagers and bore the rest of us to death with the usual clichés. Not on this one.

This is clearly an horror movie for adults, its not edited at two hundred frames per second and it has a classic structure that simply is not targeted at young audiences. This is an horror movie for horror fans, it's not a popcorn movie for general audiences so ignore the bad ratings on IMDb, because if you remember the good classic stuff from the 70s like The Omen, The Changeling, or all those movies built on atmosphere instead of action, this movie is for you.
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Piyush Arya
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Get Out is a film written and directed by Jordan Peele. I saw basically no trailers of this film. I saw the 99% rating on Rotten Tomatoes and was immediately attracted to it. Seeing the name Jordan Peele also kind of excited me as I liked Keanu that was out last year. After the film finished I was kind of overjoyed. I liked this film.

Plot: Chris, an African American goes to met Rose's parents (a white family). Everything is going good until Chris detects something sinister going on.

Story and direction: It's good when you have not seen anything regarding the film. Because you can go with a free mind and think what you want. That's what with the case of this film. I would say this film is more of a psychological thriller than a horror film. Yes, there are some scenes where I was scared. But that doesn't make it a horror film. This film deals with racism in a somewhat unconventional manner. That was something new which I liked very much. I never thought of racism in that way. I too read of an alternate ending to the film in Wikipedia but I guess the theatrical one was apt. It would have been a bit unjust on the hero of that alternate ending had been there. The only issue with the film is that some things were not clear to me. Maybe that was what Jordan wanted just to maintain some kind of suspense. But after the end too I was a bit confused regarding some scenes.

Acting: Daniel Kaluuya was great as Chris. I was with him each and every time. Allison Williams was sweet (and Menacing too) as Rose. Bradley Whitford and Catherine Keener were also excellent. A special mention to Lil Rel Howery. I mean I laughed at every joke he made. He was the special attraction and the comic relief of this tense film.

Favorite Scene: The scene where Missy hypnotizes Chris was my favorite. I saw a new way of hypnotizing people. That actually gave me a lot of chills. And it is from this scene where the film shows its true colors.

Verdict: I had a great time watching this film. I strongly recommend it to those who loves these psychological thrillers. I would not say that its an excellent film, but yes it's very good.

I am going to go with a 9/10.
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Frankenstein takes a sinister turn
Frankenstein takes a sinister turn with this edge of the seat movie. When I say the edge of the seat I mean it, because there's no way you are going to stop your heart from thumping real hard with this one.
Depicting a very hot and controversial theme that is racism, Get Out shows a much darker side to black slavery.
While we may have had heard many stories about Black Slavery and Racism, maybe even felt them in our lives. But this takes all of the above mentioned and turns it into something that is nothing less than a nightmare.
It is definitely a class apart in the horror movie genre and gives it a fresh new touch. Some of the parts in the movie does lack that flavor it carried throughout and some questions still remain. But at the end of it all, it's a definite must watch!



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I was legitimately scared for the last twenty minutes being upturned by some other motherfucking shit.
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One of the best thrillers of the ear!
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Star Magic Jackson Jr. knows his shit.
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