In American theatres, the only film title that stands out is Get Out. For its first week at the box office, the horror film surpasses its competitors and dominates the podium. According to the critics, this film is absolutely brilliant. The press praises it and Internet users are already in love with it. But what could make this movie so great? But first, trailer!
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Chris and Rose are a happy young American couple. Then comes the famous presentation to the parents, and where the surprise might lie is that Chris is Rose’s first black boyfriend. On the road, the couple hit a doe. They then call the police to have an officer come and take a look at the facts. Only the cop’s only after Chris’s identity.
The lovebirds leave and reach Rose’s parents’ house. Only the black people in the neighborhood aren’t normal. Not all of them seem to be masters of their minds. And for good reason, a dark plan is brewing in this little bourgeois town. It is believed that black people are brought there to be hypnotized before being used as servants or sex slaves.
Personally, I haven’t seen the movie. Get Out hasn’t planned a French release yet, so to view it you’ll have to look around a bit. However, the critics are unanimous. On the Rotten Tomatoes site, the press gives it a score of 99/100 and Internet users 89/100. For his first film as director, Jordan Peele seems to have hit the bull’s eye. According to critics, the film is a subtle blend of humour and horror at a time when racism is making headlines in the United States. It deals, inter alia, with systematic racism, interracial love affairs and stereotyping of blacks in horror films.
In the role of Chris, we find Daniel Kaluuya (Black Mirror, Sicario, Black Panther) accompanied by Allison Williams (Girls) in the role of Rose. In addition to them: Bradley Whitford, Catherine Keener, Caleb Landry Jones, Lil Rel Howery, Betty Gabriel, Marcus Henderson, LaKeith Stanfield, Stephen Root, Erika Alexander.
Following its American success, Get Out may wish to export a little and why not, land in France. To compare it for a moment to the Oscar-winning films, La La Land received a score of 93/100 and Moonlight 98/100. In his first week at the box office, he made over $33 million. A great success for a film that no one expected at such a high level of production.
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