Discussion in 'Entertainment Forum' started by iCarly Rae Jepsen, Oct 4, 2016.
Na. So many great lines in that movie.
this made me giggle so much, and I really needed that
I genuinely love Keanu, it's a great "ending" for Key & Peele imo
Jordan Peele on 'Get Out', a Possible Sequel, and Getting Choked Up at 'Phantom Thread'
PEELE: I’m definitely open to it. I love the world of this movie. But to be honest, I would never do a sequel, if I didn’t think it was going to beat the original.
OMG... this killed me:
Howery: The first thing they shot was the airport scene in L.A., and it was just me. My hair person at the time, I don’t know what he thought we was shooting, but he had no clippers or anything! I was like, “Hot irons? Who do you think is shooting this? Rick James? Man, I’m the only person on the call sheet!” I couldn’t get a fresh cut for my first big motion picture, man.
So glad I got to see this for the first time in the theater today. It's the most unsettling film I can remember.
I was rewatching the "get out" and "no, no, no" scenes on Youtube. Lakeith Stanfield and Betty Gabriel are so good in those scenes. I think in the latter she starts to say "get out" but only manages to say "get" before she's stopped"? It happens at 1:23 of this clip
I don't know if she was trying to say that or not but it would make sense. I like that idea. The acting in that scene, and really the whole movie, is sublime. I can honestly say after two watches that I adore this movie.
Lakeith Stanfield is so good period. Has anyone here seen Short Term 12? Another terrific movie and he plays an entirely different character and he's awesome. He's great in Atlanta too. I can't wait to see him blow up.
Short Term 12 is so good
It's interesting that everyone at the auction seemed to be motivated by their own self-interest, whereas anytime one of the other black characters regained what little control they had over their bodies, their first thought was not to call for help, but to help Chris get the fuck outta there.
Good point, but what help could they actually receive for themselves? The ending made it pretty clear that suicide was the only way out of that fucked up situation.
holds up so well and you pick up so much with repeat viewings
Best original screenplay!
Among others yes
So happy Jordan got something, even though this movie deserves all the awards
Academy Award Winner Jordan Peele has a nice ring to it. So surreal though, as someone who remembers watching him slum it on MadTV. Very happy for him.
Jordan Peele is the first African American to win best original screenplay, Precious 12 Years A Slave and Moonlight were all adapted
jfc that's horrible it took so long/incredible for him
So fucking happy for him, been a fan for so long
Anyone else feel like Get Out's "classic" status was further solidified seeing it next to the other nominees?
THAT IS SO CUTE AND PURE WHAT THE HECK