Autecher wrote: »
I liked this. It was a bit messy and a tad overlong but I still liked it. I thought
the twist was obvious too which makes me mr. smartypants for once! :P
Rfrip wrote: »
At the risk of sounding like an eight year old, is it really scarey
I’m a total wuss at horrors, but I loved get out. I wasn’t the best after seeing the trailer even for this
JP Liz V1 wrote: »
I'm the same but I think this is way more scarier
gmisk wrote: »
I actually thought the opposite, this wasn't as scary as get out even, a lot more laughs in this undercut most of the tension.
biggebruv wrote: »
The critics fawning over this is embarrassing imo sure it’s a good movie but it seems they are overly praising it imo just like a certain standard superhero movie that came out last year funny that.
It’s 3 out 5 for me
partyjungle wrote: »
Hugely disappointed by this. Visually stunning and the acting was top notch in places (Lupita Nyong'o) but by and large a fairly poor film. It wasn't scary for various reasons. The "monster" was revealed far too early. It was an action film from then on. The plot didn't make any sense anyway. Even with the final reveal, there was far too much left to explain. I found it hard to care since there was far too many plot holes. The dad was like Homer Simpson; a bit of comic relief but jarring. I hate to give out about child actors but the boy was awful. I felt I watching someone trying to act, another small thing that took me out of the experience. I walked out of Get Out thinking 9/10. I was a reinforced Jordan Peele fanboy considering I already loved his comedy. But this... he's lost a bit of credit in the bank. I can't recommend it to friends, 3/10.
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ancapailldorcha wrote: »
Did anyone else miss the subtext completely?
Tony EH wrote: »
The subtext about