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Rated R

117 minutes


From Academy Award-winning visionary Jordan Peele comes another original nightmare. Starring Oscar winner Lupita Nyong'o (12 Years a Slave) and Winston Duke (Black Panther), an endearing American family is pitted against a terrifying and uncanny opponent: doppelgängers of themselves.



REVIEW:
Started out really weird, and not the good weird, just the weird you don't understand.
Love the carnival bit though... eerie.
Took about 40 minutes to get to the good stuff, the horror part of the film. It picked up speed pretty fast after that. I found myself getting jumpy. It's unrealistic, but that's what heightens the fear.
Great actors, even the children. It is hard to make weird make sense, but they somehow did. Believably at that. In the end, even I wanted all the doppelgangers dead.
I don't get the bunnies, never will I expect, but that's ok. It's the only part of the movie that is irrelevant and could be left out. Just my opinion there.
Didn't expect that twist ending. SHOCKER! Pleasantly though.


3.5/5

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  1. My favorite horror film is The Shining. I am looking forward to seeing US because I like watching movies with lots of suspence that keeps me on the edge of my seat.

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  2. My favourite horror film is the shining. I want to win this because I love horror films.

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    1. Will not be accepted as an entry, since there is no name.

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  3. my favorite horror film would be the friday the 13th movies and I would love to see this as I hear Jordan Peele does great movies

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  4. The Shining. Creepy...just like I like it.

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  5. My favorite horror movie is the Ring; I would love to see this movie as I enjoy a good scary movie!

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