Good morning my little Marshmellows! (Should I not say that? I am going with it…)
Today is Monday, and you might have guest, yes I am doing a Movie Monday because I didn’t do a Flick’s Friday, reason, I am currently in sunny Sunshine Coast, Queensland, I had visited my parent’s for Mother’s Day (in Australia our Mother’s day is the second Sunday of May) and so I have been a bit busy hanging out with the folk’s. So to make it up to you for no Travelling Thursday or Flick’s Friday I am doing a Movie Monday and yes Travelling Tuesday will resume tomorrow.
Anyway let’s get too it!
Get Out, the latest creepy thriller/horror film to hit cinema’s, the story takes place in modern America, the current year, and a young couple who are in love are ready to take it to the next level – meet the family.
Chris (actor Daniel Kaluuya) a young African-American and Rose (actress Allison Williams) They travel together by car, Rose driving and Chris as the passenger, they accidentally hit a deer, the call the police to help and when the officer is asking for Rose’s license, he too asks for Chris’ even though he is not driving and Rose stand’s up for him. This is where the movie and tone of the movie is set. a young Caucasian woman are together, Rose decides to invite Chris away to meet her family, Chris is nervous as all partners are when meeting the love of their life’s family, will they approve of him or not, are they racist or not which is his biggest question.
Get Out was a very well written film with great cinematography and a wonderful cast that played their role so well, that it was believable by the cast, although I wasn’t a huge fan of the brother, he too was good in his own way.
The secrets behind the family were in a direction I had no idea it would have taken, I knew, from the previews and the description of the family that there is something dark about the family, but the way it was taken, I had no idea. I knew something was up a bit early on because the parent’s looked like they couldn’t keep a secret as they were very awkward in the meeting Chris scenes.
This movie was a great film, I recommend people to see this. This movie has not many jump scares, but a few, but you are here for the story, I classify this more of a thriller than horror in my opinion, but I really enjoyed this film. You wanted to know what was going to happen next and it never felt like there was a dull moment at all.
Get out and see Get out! (See what I did there, you did? It was bad you say? Sorry…)
For more information go here: http://www.imdb.com/GetOut
Image was used from here: Get Out Movie Poster