Jordan Peele

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Mar 22 2019

Us – Review at Gunaxin

Jordan Peele has made two films, Get Out and Us – extremely thoughtful horror films which reflect varying aspects of our current society. While Get Out tackled race relations under the guise of a kidnapping film, Us goes broader in its reach and forces us to look at the underbelly of America. The title alone […]
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Jun 1 2017

Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie

What’s the most important thing to you when you’re in your early grade school years and you don’t quite fit in? The friend you find whose misfit level matches yours. Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie is a raucous and gleeful celebration of such friendships, no matter how dressed up in puerile juvenility this film […]
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Mar 7 2017

Review: “Get Out”

To paraphrase critic Armond White, whose career is based on being a contrarian : “Get Out” is an attenuated comedy sketch that is tailored to please the liberal status quo”. Really? If that’s what you’ve taken away from this movie—hardly a comedy, by the way, though not without its comic relief—then I might say your […]
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Dec 19 2016

Review: “Storks”

What do you get when you cross an animator with a director who specializes in raunchy adult humor? Not “Sausage Party”, believe it or not, but Warner Animation’s “Storks”, a kid-friendly yarn that is also funny enough to engage the grown-ups. If we’re talking about a way to fill 90 minutes and you just can’t […]
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Sep 22 2016

Storks

Warner Bros. Pictures’ new animated film Storks main theme can be seen one of two ways: 1) a backhanded slap against big business, or 2) a reigniting of the flames of one’s true purpose in the world. Either way, Storks emerges as a frenetic, joyously adorable family film which will probably strain your neck from […]
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