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Us [2019]
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3.570
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Movie | Horror, Mystery, Thriller | 1h 56min
A family's serene beach vacation turns to chaos when their doppelgängers appear and begin to terrorize them.
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Waiting for next peele movie!
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Is this a good movie? Yeah, sure. Is it one of the first horror movies I’d recommend to people? No, not really. This very much feels like it’s trying to be more of a psychological horror movie, rather than just relying on jump-scares, but I would have to say that it fails. This movie never really got into my head in the way I think Peele wanted it to, and the plot just made me ask questions that it never answered - and then went on to answer some questions that I never in a billion years would’ve asked. On the positive side, the acting in this movie is pretty exceptional and the cinematography is stunning as ever. It's definitely worth a watch.If you want to see a movie that delivers what this movie suggested it would deliver, I’d recommend watching Funny Games
Although Jordan Peele is a voice to be reckoned with in contemporary American film, regretfully, this movie is a mess. No matter what The New Yorker tells you or The Atlantic claims, there more holes in this script than there should be. No wonder it is based on a Nicholas Sparks book. Lacking rhythm in the first quarter and lacking sense in the remaining three quarters, you will leave the theater wondering if you are dum. You’re not. Sure, anyone will get that this film is about how where you come from influences your behaviour, how there is no light without shadow, no good without evil. And while some Jordan Peele pet themes return, such as “The Sunken Place”, the duality of self, and the disconnect of people of priviledge, some new references such as the “Hands across America” event, the rabbits and the human scarecrow, will present you with some weird WTF moments. Not even Lupita Nyong’o could prevent me from a laugh or two, usually at her expense. Kudos for the girl playing the teen (Shahadi Wright Joseph) and the always incredible Elisabeth Moss. As film has taught us before, more budget and more time do not always account for a better film.
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After his stellar debut with Get Out, Peele consolidates himself as a househould name for horror with this incredible, unsettling, nigthmarish masterpiece of a movie. Lupita is a force to be reckoned with, there’s not a single scene where she isn’t flawless. Although we leave the screening with some unanswered questions, we leave with so much more to analyse and discuss. And I believe that even after watching it for a second and third time, I’ll always find new meanings and new ideas to explore.
4 months ago
Scary as fuck, but so fucking good!!!
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