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When Chris (Daniel Kaluuya), a young African-American man, visits his white girlfriend's (Allison Williams) family estate, he becomes ensnared in the more sinister, real reason for the invitation. At first, Chris reads the family's overly accommodating behavior as nervous attempts to deal with their daughter's interracial relationship, but as the weekend progresses, a series of increasingly disturbing discoveries lead him to a truth that he could have never imagined. This speculative thriller from Blumhouse (producers of The Visit, Insidious series and The Gift) and the mind of Jordan Peele (Key & Peele) is equal parts gripping thriller and provocative commentary.
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Critics Consensus: Funny, scary, and thought-provoking, Get Out seamlessly weaves its trenchant social critiques into a brilliantly effective and entertaining horror/comedy thrill ride.
Mary Elizabeth Williams
By focusing the storyline on a particular form of racism -- the kind that's often disguised as pec...
June 25, 2017
J. R. Jones
Jordan Peele makes his directing debut with a horror movie that sticks closely to genre convention...
June 25, 2017
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Common Sense Says
Horror-thriller is surprising, shocking, timely, and funny.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Get Out is a horror-thriller directed by Jordan Peele that tackles timely issues related to race in a very thoughtful way. In many ways it's an essential movie of its moment, but it's still got plenty of mature material, making it best for older teens and up. Violence isn't constant but is really brutal when it happens, with fighting, bashing with blunt objects, kicking, stabbing, guns, shooting, and lots of blood. There's also a gory surgery scene and a deer that's hit by a car and shown injured and bleeding. Language is strong, with many uses of "f--k," "motherf----r," "s--t," and the "N" word, as well as some very vivid sex talk. There's also kissing, and characters drink in social situations; minor characters are shown drunk, and a story is told about teen drinking. A major character is trying to quit smoking, though he's never seen in the act.
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- Genre:Thriller, Horror
- Release Date:February 24, 2017
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