Evan Kraft’s review published on Letterboxd:
2019 Ranked: boxd.it/2fcdA
So I wasn't that big of a fan of Get Out, mostly because I probably expected something different, and I plan on rewatching at some point. This on the other hand, fucking great.
I went to this with Dorothy, and two other friends walked into the theater at the same showing, so afterwards we all walked to Target and just tried to figure out what the fuck just happened.
After walking out I was having thoughts and wondering what to rate this movie. Everything was great, but I was just confused. After talking it out, I realized that this was the best of the year so far, and could very well be a contender for best of the year, even though it's only March.
The acting by the entire main cast was amazing, and the soundtrack was pretty dope as well. Everything was pretty much perfect and I was sucked in from the very beginning and the only time I got taken out of the movie is when the lady next to me laughed at all the wrong moments and made me question whether a scene was supposed to be funny or terrifying.
Fuck that lady.
My only problem is that the white family felt stereotypical and they didn't really have super fleshed out characters, but it didn't really bother me that much and felt like there was a point to it.
Definitely see this in theaters on a really big screen. It's worth it.