Get Out

Released to the movie theaters on February 24, “Get Out” is an American horror film written, produced, and directed by Jordan Peele.

The main characters are Chris Washington (Daniel Kaluuya), his girlfriend Rose Armitage (Allison Williams), Rose’s parents Dean Armitage (Bradley Whitford) and Missy Armitage (Catherine Ann Keener), Jeremy Armitage (Caleb Landry Jones),  and Chris’s best friend Rod Williams (Milton Howery).

In the movie, Washington, a black photographer, and his white girlfriend, Rose Armitage (Allison Williams) prepare for a trip to meet her parents. Chris is nervous  because Rose didn’t tell her parents that he was black. Despite his concerns, Rose says that everything will be alright.

Rose’s parents welcome Washington, Rose’s Dad giving him a tour of their house. Rose’s parents are extremely nice to Chris and tell him that he’s going to have a great time with them. Chris begins to become more comfortable because as Rose’s parents treats him like family.

But, as the days go by, weird stuff begins to happen. Washington has a dream of being trapped in a hole by Rose’s Mom, and wakes up scared at it’s feeling of realness. He begins to feel like she is controlling him.

When the first commercial for the film aired on television, my initial thoughts were that this movie was going to be really good because that trailer was great. Overall, I would give the movie an 8/10 because I really like enjoyed the plot, and would definitely watch it again.

In order to avoid any specific spoilers, I’ll say that the ending is quite shocking with a major plot twist. I recommend this movie to adults and teens because they would enjoy it.