Get Out: Script by Jordan PeeleGet Out is a 2017 American horror film written and directed by Jordan Peele in his directorial debut. The film stars Daniel Kaluuya, Allison Williams, Bradley Whitford, Caleb Landry Jones, Stephen Root, Lakeith Stanfield, and Catherine Keener. The film follows a young interracial couple who visit the womans parents, only to have a series of strange events lead to a disturbing discovery.
Jordan Peele snags second rare 100 percent rating with Us
Get Out is a American horror film written and directed by Jordan Peele in his directorial debut. Get Out received praise for its screenplay, direction, performances, and satirical themes. African-American photographer Chris Washington reluctantly agrees to meet the family of his Caucasian girlfriend, Rose Armitage. At the house in upstate New York , Rose's brother Jeremy and their parents, neurosurgeon Dean and hypnotherapist Missy, make disconcerting comments about African-American people. Chris witnesses strange behavior from the estate's African-American workers: housekeeper Georgina and groundskeeper Walter. When he is unable to sleep, Missy pressures Chris into a hypnotherapy session to cure his smoking addiction. In a trance, he expresses guilt over the death of his mother in a hit-and-run when he was a child, and sinks into a void Missy calls the "Sunken Place".
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Ahead of its official release, Us already has a percent on Rotten Tomatoes , which for a horror film is super impressive. Last week, Us opened the South by Southwest Film Festival and has garnered a total of 55 reviews. However, according to CinemaBlend , the likelihood of Us staying at percent is extremely unlikely. A few imperfect reviews are bound to occur when the film is officially out in theaters later this month. However, the film had the highly-coveted and rare percent for some time. Of the best horror films on Rotten Tomatoes , only four have acquired a final score of percent.