Movies are our religion and the theater our church. Our gods are named Tarantino, Anderson and Scorsese.
This film was screened and reviewed at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival.
The classic ‘meet the parents’ weekend is turned on its head in “Get Out,” the directorial debut from comedian Jordan Peele. Peele has created a wannabe thriller about unsettling race relations in the U.S., but overall it’s a “Stepford Wives” style disappointment that lacks any suspense and has very little humor. I predict many critics will proclaim this movie as being a true original,…
Very real human struggles are conveyed perfectly, like the desire to live a life that’s relevant, and the real fear that when you’re gone, your life will have meant nothing. There’s a beautiful sentiment that delivers a reminder to live life the fullest now, before it’s too late. It’s a message that stings even harder in the era of pandemic lockdowns.
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