Get out

Rose Armitage is taking her boyfriend, Chris Washington, to meet her parents for the first time. He’s a bit uneasy about how they’ll treat him, as they’re white and he’s black. However, her parents turn out to be unfazed and everything seems to be going fine. Chris then starts to notice some weird behavioral traits with the African-American staff at the house. The Armitages throw a huge party and Chris ends up in some awkward conversations with the guests. Initially, he just puts it down to the racial difference, but then the guests’, and Armitages’, motives start to appear more sinister. Chris decides it is time to get out.



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Best Original Screenplay at the Oscars, Best Original Screen Play at the Critics’ Choice Movie Awards

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7.9 /10
BIPOC Rating
7.9 /10
Inclusion Rating
7.9 /10
Values Rating
7.9 /10
Critical Thinking Rating
7.9 /10
Parenting Rating
7.9 /10
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Jordan Peele laid the groundwork for his $4.5 million crossover movie by producing, writing, and acting in multiple sketches on Comedy Central’s “Key & Peele” that found the humor in racism. Peele learned, over and over, how to creatively break beyond limitations and play an audience .He uses camera moves to build dread. “Get Out” is both admonition and warning, but it’s also what Peele wants the audience to scream at his frightened everyman hero (Daniel Kaluuya). The rule Peele broke: every movie about race has to have one good white person. Credit producer Jason Blum for making sure Peele rejiggered a more satisfying upbeat ending, rather than send his beleaguered hero to jail.


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