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Allison Williams and Daniel Kaluuya star in this horror written and directed by Jordan Peele. With their relationship becoming serious, Rose (Williams) invites her African-American boyfriend Chris (Kaluuya) to meet her parents Missy and Dean (Catherine Keener and Bradley Whitford) as part of a weekend getaway at her family home. Initially, Chris thinks that the family's overly friendly behaviour is due to their nervousness about their daughter's interracial relationship, but when he then finds out that a number of black people have recently gone missing in the neighbourhood, he begins to realise there is something much more sinister going on.
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Dreadful film. Couldn’t see the hype. But it’s a 4K for £10 so heated as the deal is the item not the content!!
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Great movie
Loved this
Brilliant film loved the twist 🔀
Dreadful film. Couldn’t see the hype. But it’s a 4K for £10 so heated as the deal is the item not the content!!
n1520/04/2020 11:41

Dreadful film. Couldn’t see the hype. But it’s a 4K for £10 so heated as th …Dreadful film. Couldn’t see the hype. But it’s a 4K for £10 so heated as the deal is the item not the content!!



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brilliant film - didn't think anyone would not think it is - Oh well the wonders of HUKD
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sunnyhot20/04/2020 12:24

brilliant film - didn't think anyone would not think it is - Oh well the …brilliant film - didn't think anyone would not think it is - Oh well the wonders of HUKD


Haha you found two people now who hated it!
Edited by: "n15" 20th Apr
Obviously 99% of Afro-Caribbean heritage get this film. There will always be that 1% lol. But what was a pleasant surprise was how many non black people understood it enough to get the point even if they didn't "feel" it.

The same thing with Black Panther. On it's own it's an OK Marvel film but the difference is in how you feel. The whole black cast thing was important but without the underlying tone and commentary it wouldn't "feel" the same. It would have just been another Marvel film, just with a black cast which is exactly how many people saw it. Again, that's understandable, just like this film there are levels to this.

Really happy so many people of various cultures (in the West) at least got the idea.

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I thought it was ludicrous, the brother picks up as many as he wants with a van and a baseball bat and the sister manages about 1 a year.
It's on Film4 Friday at 9pm if you have it
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