Starring: Daniel Kaluuya, Allison Williams, Catherine Keener, Bradley Whitford, Caleb Landry Jones, Lil Rel Howery, Keith Stanfield
Horror written and directed by Jordan Peele, which follows Chris (Daniel Kaluuya) and his girlfriend, Rose (Allison Williams), who have reached the meet-the-parents milestone of dating so Rose invites Chris for a weekend to meet her upper class parents, Missy (Catherine Keener) and Dean (Bradley Whitford).
Once there, Chris is unable to relax and is uncomfortable around Rose’s parents, which causes him to refuse an offer of hypnosis from Missy. He learns from a friend of his that Missy and Dean’s suburb has a sinister history of young black men disappearing. Increasingly unnerved, Chris is relieved to see another young black man, Andre (Keith Stanfield), at a garden party and approaches him, only for the other man to start shouting that he should “get out”. Chris finds that trying to follow Andre’s advice is easier said than done.
Best Quotes from Trailer:
[as Chris is packing for their weekend away]
Rose: Have you got your toothbrush?
Rose: Do you have your computer?
Rose: Do you have your cozy clothes?
Chris: About that.
Chris: Do they know I’m black?
Rose: Should they?
Chris: You might want to, you know.
Rose: [jokingly] “Mom and dad, my black boyfriend will be coming up this weekend. I just don’t want you to be shocked that he’s a black man.”
[on the phone]
Chris’s Friend: I ain’t never seen you like this before, bro. Meeting families and taking a road trip, don’t come back up all bougie, man, come back and got your damn pants up to your damn stomach.
[as Chris and Rose laugh at his comments suddenly a deer flies into their windscreen]
[pulled over by the cops]
Officer Ryan: So are you guys coming up from the city?
Rose: Yeah, we’re just heading up for the weekend.
Officer Ryan: [to Chris] Can I see your license please?
Rose: He wasn’t driving.
Officer Ryan: I didn’t ask who was driving, I asked to see his ID.
[meeting Rose’s parents]
Dean: Call me Dean. I’m going to hug you, my man.
Dean: So how long has this been going on, this, this thing?
[Chris chuckles awkwardly]
[to Chris; referring to the young African American couple]
Dean: We hired Georgina and Walter to help care for my parents. When they died I couldn’t bear to let them go.
Missy: Do you smoke in front of my daughter?
Chris: I’m going to quit.
[referring to his smoking]
Dean: She can take care of that for you.
Chris: I’m good actually.
Chris: If there’s too many white people I get nervous.
[Georgina starts to laugh]
Georgina: No. No. No, no, no, no, no, no, no, no….
[referring to meeting the rest of her family]
Rose: Are you ready for this?
Chris: I’m backing Pete.
[on the phone]
Chris’s Friend: So look, I go do my research, apparently a whole bunch of brothers have been missing this summer.
Chris: But it’s cool.
Chris’s Friend: How are you not scared of them, man?
[Chris sees another young African American man at a garden party]
Chris: It’s good to see another brother of mine here.
[Andre gives him a blank stare]
Andre: Chris was just telling me how he felt much more comfortable with my being here.
[as Andre is acting strangely Chris decides to secretly take a photo, as he Andre’s nose starts to bleed]
Andre: Get out.
Chris: Sorry, man.
Andre: Get out!
[he suddenly lunges at Chris and grabs him]
Chris: Rose, we got to go.
Rose: Is everything okay?
[as they are about to leave Dean’s and Missy’s house]
Chris: Rose, the keys. Just give me the keys!
Rose: I don’t know where they are.
[Chris suddenly gets attacked]
[Chris is sat in a chair opposite Missy with tears running down his face]
Missy: Sink into the floor.
Chris: Wait, wait, wait, what…
[Chris suddenly sinks into the floor and into another room]
Man’s Voice: The mind is a terrible thing to waste. A terrible thing to waste.
Get Out is set for release in the US February 24th.