'Get Out' Is Being Lauded As The Holy Grail Of Films, But I Wasn't Feeling It

Pictured: Daniel Kaluuya starring in Jordan Peele's Get Out
Written by Nikki Igbo of NikIgbo.com

Since its release on February 24, Jordan Peele’s directorial debut hit Get Out has been the must-see movie of the year. Early on, reviewers described the film as a “race-savvy satire” and a “fun bonafide fright flick.” Moviegoers, delighted with the film, returned to the theater for second and third screenings. And last week, the MTV Movie and TV Awards nominated the film for golden popcorn statues in seven different categories including “Best Actor” (Daniel Kaluuya), “Best Villain” (Allison Williams), “Best Comedic Performance” (Lil Rel Howery) and “Movie of the Year.” As for me, I fell asleep when I went to see it.

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Jordan Peele just became the first Black director/writer to break $100 Million in the box office on a debut feature with his new film Get Out.

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