Posted: March 6, 2017 | Author: Donald | Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: Allison Williams, Bradley Whitford, Catherine Keener, Daniel Kaluuya, Gael Garcia Bernal, Get Out, Jordan Peele, José Augustin, Lil Roy Howery, Luis Camera, Roberto Sneider, Stephen Root, Susana, Veronica Echegui, You’re Killing Me | 263 Comments »
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Get Out, the new horror/thriller from writer/director Jordan Peele (you know him, he’s the half of the duo of Key and Peele who doesn’t get the Emmy nomination for acting), has a rather interesting and new take on race relations.
In this film in which black characters are tricked by a whiter than white upper middle class princess to come to the country to meet the folks, the princess’ father tells our hero Chris Washington that for some reason, possibly genetic, but he and none of his cohorts know why really, the black race is surpassing and often has surpassed the white race.
So what choice does the superior white race have if they want to survive? Read the rest of this entry »
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