Get Out Quick Movie Reviews

Quick Movie Reviews

Rating of
3/4

Logan D. McCoy - wrote on 05/30/2019

The racial commentary effectively merges with this slow-building psychological thriller, even if what it's saying becomes repetitive after a while.

Rating of
3.5/4

whatch22 - wrote on 03/21/2018

Peele has instantly established himself as an up-and-coming filmmaker worth watching. Daniel Kaluuyah who is the face of Get Out, went from a role player in other films into one of the breakout stars of the decade.

Rating of
3/4

Rod - wrote on 12/23/2017

I don't like horror movies, but this one got me. Smart and clean writing. Everything was clear yet the "onion" development and building up of the story and characters were really smooth. The acting was creepy, fits perfectly the requirement of every character. And yeah, who would have thought that a horror film can pull off a message about racism.

Rating of
3.5/4

Chris Kavan - wrote on 11/17/2017

So, so good - great story, better characters and a message that resonates strongly in this day and age, Jordan Peele has crafted a horror story that truly gets under your skin and brings to light some harsh realities beneath that surface. One of the best original films of the year.

Rating of
3/4

Matthew Brady - wrote on 09/01/2017

I've seen horror movies with killer dolls, demonic monsters, serial killers, and ghost, but yet this was more intense and had me on edge through out. Also the funniest as well, surprisingly. "Get Out" is an impressive director debut from Jordan Peele, who made one of the most interesting films that came out this year. Interesting like how it's all mixed together with the horror element and the hidden symbolism within it's story. How the social commentary was told in such a way that no other film has done before, cleverly executed and more assured. I'm glad Daniel Kaluuya, (Best known for "Black Mirror") is getting some work, because he's incredible.

Rating of
3.5/4

Indyfreak - wrote on 07/03/2017

Jordan Peele, where have you been this time? Who would have thought that one of the most timely horror films in years would come from Jordan Peele of all people? GET OUT benefits from a smart script, a great twist, and sharp direction from again, Jordan f**king Peele! The movie has a sense of humor and Peele's so good at building suspense, that he makes fear of a frigging tea cup seem sensible in the context of the plot. Impressive.

Rating of
3/4

SIngli6 - wrote on 05/07/2017

The brilliant exploration and weaponisation of racial tension makes the first two acts of this movie a worthy 21st century rendition of 1975's 'The Stepford Wives' for Black America. The final act is lazy, underwhelming, and far too reliant on the negligible comedic abilities of LilRel Howery. Still, an interesting film and hopefully a further indication of a return by the film industry to the genre of 70's paranoid cinema after 2016's 'A Cure for Wellness' (which, incidentally, possesses a number of similarities with this story).

Rating of
3.5/4

Pat - wrote on 03/22/2017

Brilliantly directed, extremely well-developed main character, and quite addictive entertainment! This is one the 2017's best this year and I am feeling a light 3.5 out of 4.

Rating of
4/4

Amy - wrote on 02/28/2017

Excellent psychological horror. You could tell the whole thing had been made with care, by a true lover of the genre. Great writing, great performances. Deeply creepy.

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