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Get Out
Get Out (2017)
5 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Let me tell you that this is a very satisfying movie. I was in my seat in the beginning ready for a fun ride, and did I get that. This film is full of laughs and chills that will have you shaking in your seat. The performances were amazing, with the script and its direction the true highlights.

Get Out is a slow-building psychological horror/satire film written and directed by Jordan Peele. His attention to detail as the film progresses truly shows, making the climax and small twist at the end exciting and satisfying once it was all over.

Now, as the killing was happening, the audience was clapping at each death. The guy next to me asked why they were all clapping. I turned to him and said, "Because that family is f***ing psychotic." He didn't seam to understand that, but I decided it wasn't going to do any good to push further.

All in all, this film met and exceeded my expectations. I had a great time, and again, this film was satisfying. I can't wait to see more from Mr. Peele in the future!

Night of the Living Dead
5 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

I just want to say that this is one of the best horror films I've ever seen. The script is great, the direction is amazing, and the acting is wonderfully brilliant. Even the effects are great! The classic still holds up today with a strong political message as well. George A. Romero's first movie in the 'Dead' series is truly a treat.

Sunday in the Park with George
5 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

A beautifully directed and written musical, with strong performances by Mandy Patinkin and Bernadette Peters. Though a little slow, the show is brought to life by Sondheim's wonderful score, Lapine's terrific direction, and outstanding work by its leads and ensemble cast. Just another masterpiece from some of Broadway's best!

George Takei's Allegiance: The Broadway Musical on the Big Screen
5 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

What a gorgeous musical. I was crying throughout this play, and I was laughing, and angry, and every emotion I can think of! I was super impressed with the cast, the themes, and the overall message that the show gave us. Though the lyrics were sometimes cliche, it was still a beautiful score. Would love to own on DVD/Blu-ray to watch again and again!