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Friday, March 10, 2017

Get Out is a thriller masterpiece, A+

The critics are all surprisingly right about this one. With it's unique and original story, Get Out maybe the best thriller film of all time and will entertain every movie fan with it's characters, storyline and weirdness.

One thing is for certain. Just when you may not think Hollywood has any original concepts anymore with all the sequels, remakes and horror movies happening these days, here comes a film like Get Out. It's unlike any other film in recent memory. Although there's no zombies, werewolves, witches, ghosts or ghouls in the movie, it's a unique horror flick that will go down as one of the best of all time.

There's one thing Get Out does feel like. It feels as if Alfred Hitchcock was reborn and did one more film. And that is a fantastic thing in itself. It has the creepiness and characters that are similar to some of the best Hitchcock films like the Birds or Rear Window. That being said, it's still so original that Get Out is extremely unique in it's own ways.
Everything about Get Out is perfect. There is nothing wrong with it, and you don't have to like Horror to fall in love in with.

Really, Get Out isn't much of a horror flick but rather an extremely suspenseful, thought driven film with elements of both horror and comedy thrown in. It almost doesn't need some of it's jolted scares that jump out at you because it's story is so fascinating, but when they do, get ready!
The characters in Get Out is another thing that make it a lovable film. You instantly like all of the characters, even Rose's insane family.

However, by the end of the film your rooting for Daniel Kaluuya character more then once. 
All the acting in the film is superb, especially by Get Out's lead two actors, Daniel Kaluuya and Allison Williams, both new comers on the movie scene.
Like It Follows, another master horror flick, Get Out efficiently uses the movie sound track to really draw you into its scene. The sound and music make it so creepy that it's almost worth just listening to the sound track. It's extremely well done, like everything else in the film.

Above all else, the highlight of the film is the excellent direction by new comer director Jorden Peele. With his first work anchored in comedy, you can see he's made the transfer from comedy to horror well and has a bright and promising future a head of him.
Get Out is not just one of the best films of the year, but one of the best movies that has been released in a very long time. 

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