Jordan Peele’s Get Out is a provocative and suspenseful horror movie that was released in Febuary, 2017. This social thriller is a directorial debut of the MadTV alumnus Jordan Peele, and is introduced by Blumhouse Productions. Blumhouse productions is well known for making low-budget horror films such as The Purge and Paranormal Activity. The producer, Jason Blum is very creative and hosts great talent and ideas to create good quality and watch-worthy thrillers. Get out full movie is, however, the result of Peele’s hard-work. Peele is well-known for his paradoxical TV comedy show which was made in partnership with Keegan-Michael Key.
The movie starts when an African-American man, Chris (British actor Daniel Kaluuya) decides to spend the weekend with his white girlfriend, Rose (Allison Williams). Chris was an orphan and thoug he is excited to meet Jane’s family, he is not eager to spend the whole weekend with his girlfriend’s parents. However, they both set out to meet her parents, driving through the woods to reach the suburbs where the beautiful house is located. During the travelling part, Chris hits a deer by mistake and a cop shows up and makes it hard for Chris to continue his journey. As a black man, Chris is going to face many hurdles and hassles at every step.
Chris is going to meet Rose’s folks for the first time, but Rose hasn’t told her parents that her boyfriend is black. She told Chris that her parents are liberal, and that her father would have voted for Obama again if he got a chance. Rose is a rich girl and Chris is a handsome and intelligent man who is looking forward to meeting her parents.
Chris’s friend is a TSA agent, and he warned Chris of going to meet his girlfriend’s parents. Chris did not list to him as he had fallen in love with Rose. Chris is being welcomed warmly by Rose’s parents but he doesn’t know what’s coming next. Chris was pleased to meet Jane’s father, who is a neurologist named Dean (Bradley Whitford). Rose’s mother seems like a decent lady and her name is Missy (Catherine Keener). Her brother, Jeremy (Calab Landry Jones) shows up and finds out that his sister has a boyfriend. Soon, Chris began to realize that something is wrong in the people and the house. The house’s handyman and housekeeper look very strange and robotic, and don’t show any feelings, which makes Chris suspicious.
Get Out full movie is exciting and interesting from the beginning to the end.
Rose’s parents are friendly enough, but Chris could still sense something wrong going on in the house. He felt that her parents are trying to impress him a lot, and being over-friendly. Chris ignores her parents’ and housekeepers’ strange behavior, and tries to mix up with the family members without letting them know about his feelings. He initially thinks that perhaps the groundskeeper is jealous of him and the housekeeper might be angry about him being black. While Chris is staying with them, one night he goes out to smoke and starts seeing peculiar things around him. Get out full movie starts getting stranger and more interesting after this scene, and up to this point, no one is able to tell what is going wrong and what is going to happen next.
During the first half, Get Out full movie is a slow-burn style film in which the characters meet each other and the main character, Chris, starts getting familiar with them. So, is Chris thinking on the right track, or is there nothing wrong with the people of the house? Peele’s talent is evident at every step of the movie and that’s the reason it reached no. 1 at the Box Office. The movie contains humor, suspense, thrill, insistent paranoia, sharp moves, and many other things that make a movie that is highly exciting and entertaining. This film has made major achievements as it criticizes the inherent racism within the country, and portrays how liberal white people look down upon black people and show themselves to be good.
During Chris’s visit at his girlfriend’s parents house, the girl’s brother, who is an M.M.A. enthusiast, returns home. Chris starts to get creeped out after Rose’s brother returns, because his behavior with Chris is not appropriate. Chris encounters many odd situations, such as when Rose’s mother hypnotizes him and he has a terrifying experience, and when the maid unplugs his cellphone and shows signs of nervousness when white people were around.
The movie has been terrifying from the start as it begins with a black man being choked to unconsciousness, and put into a car by some masked people. So, from the very start the movie talks about racism and injustice, and almost all the scenes are similarly full of racial tensions. Peele has done a respectable job in tethering the movie between horror and comedy. The movie scenes are however, not as frightening as their implications are. While watching Get Out full movie, viewers will feel as if something absolutely terrifying and bizarre is going to happen, but actually nothing too horrific happens. Chris and Rose have very good chemistry throughout the movie, and we’ll get to see some powerful scenes where Rose speaks for her black boyfriend, such as when the cop makes it difficult for them to carry on their journey in the beginning.
Peele has talked about racism very beautifully in this movie, and he has been successful in conveying his message about the racism prevailing in the country. The filmmakers have amplified the fears and made it more interesting for people to watch Get Out full movie. The movie depicts how the white liberals have created their own world of goodness and ego, and how they make it hard for other ethnicities, especially African American, to survive. Though people call this a horror movie, it falls more so in the suspense and thriller category.