US: But the Soul, Lupita Nyong’o Remains the One (FILM REVIEW)

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“If you wanna get crazy, we can get crazy!” patriarch Gabe Wilson exclaims when he tries to get a family of shadow masked people off his summer home property for the second time.

Us follows the Wilson family for their last few weeks of summer vacation in California. The Wilson matriarch, Adelaide is haunted by a damaging childhood experience causing her to be suspicious of her surroundings.

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On the first night of vacation, the family is violently confronted by the tethered, a group of people who look just like them. The family has to fight to stick together and survive as they later find out they aren’t the only ones that are being followed.

All of America is…

First of all I just want to say that Mister Jordan Peele did THAT! I walked into the theater terrified, nervous and overall just felt like I was going to pee my pants. But when I walked out, all I was thinking was, “Jordan Peele made one of my favorite movies of all time.”

Jordan Peele nailed his sophomore film and has clearly added extra points to his name not only in the horror world but cinema as well.

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