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Get Out 2017

Get Out 2017

Just because you're invited, doesn't mean you're welcome.Feb. 24, 2017 US. 104 Min.R
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Daniel Kaluuya isChris Washington
Chris Washington
Allison Williams isRose Armitage
Rose Armitage
Bradley Whitford isDean Armitage
Dean Armitage
Catherine Keener isMissy Armitage
Missy Armitage
Caleb Landry Jones isJeremy Armitage
Jeremy Armitage
Stephen Root isJim Hudson
Jim Hudson
Keith Stanfield isLogan King
Logan King
LilRel Howery isRod Williams
Rod Williams


Watch full get out 2017 online free. Chris and his girlfriend Rose go upstate to visit her parents for the weekend. At first, Chris reads the family’s overly accommodating behavior as nervous attempts to deal with their daughter’s interracial relationship, but as the weekend progresses, a series of increasingly disturbing discoveries lead him to a truth that he never could have imagined.

To be fair, Peele is clearly riffing on some films he has seen before, including “The Stepford Wives” and “Rosemary’s Baby,” although with a charged, racial twist. His film is essentially about that unsettling feeling when you know you don’t belong somewhere; when you know you’re unwanted or perhaps even wanted too much. Peele infuses the age-old genre foundation of knowing something is wrong behind the closed doors around you with a racial, satirical edge. What if going home to meet your girlfriend’s white parents wasn’t just uncomfortable but downright life-threatening?

“Get Out” opens with a fantastic tone-setter. A young man (the great Keith Stanfield, in two other movies at this year’s Sundance and fantastic on FX’s “Atlanta”) is walking down a suburban street, joking with someone on the phone about how he always gets lost because all the streets sound the same. A car passes him, turns around, and slowly starts following him. It’s an otherwise empty street, so the guy knows something is wrong. Suddenly, and perfectly staged in terms of Peele’s direction, the intensity of the situation is amplified and we are thrust into a world in which the safe-looking suburbs are anything but.

Cut to our protagonists, Chris (Daniel Kaluuya) and his girlfriend Rose (Allison Williams of “Girls”), preparing to go home to meet her parents. Rose hasn’t told them he’s black, which she blows off as no big deal, but he’s wary. His TSA Agent buddy (a hysterical LilRel Howery) warns him against going too, but Chris is falling in love with Rose. He’ll have to meet them eventually. And Rose swears her dad would have voted for Obama a third time if he could have.

Original titleGet Out
IMDb Rating7.9 104,837 votes
TMDb Rating7.1 1292 votes

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