14A) Get Out
14A for Coarse Language, Gory Scenes, Graphic Violence
Running Time: 104 Minutes.
4 stars out of 4.
Director Jordan Peele has crafted one of the best films in recent memory with "Get Out." Not only is Peele's directorial debut a thrilling satire on race relations in the United States, but it's an interesting and complex look at the world we live in and our place in this world. Daniel Kaluuya and Allison Williams lead a terrific ensemble and gifted actors that truly shine in their respective scenes. With "Get Out," Peele plays with the conventions of standard horror films and standard race relation films, and instead presents audiences with a bold, fresh, and innovative film for the world we live in today. It's only February, but I already know that Get Out is the best film of the year.