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Dirigido por Jordan Peele
Estados Unidos, 2019


A mother and father take their kids to their beach house, expecting to enjoy time with friends, but their serenity turns to tension and chaos when some visitors arrive uninvited.

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Us Dirigido por Jordan Peele
Black social fears are not alleviated through the teasing and mockery seen in Us; only clueless viewers would think so, and they turn out to be the audience most susceptible to Peele’s race-based conceits.
March 29, 2019
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Peele unleashes a bevy of conceptual ideas about race, class, and American-ness that are only difficult to grasp if the viewer is not really looking. Us is supremely confident filmmaking, a thrill ride shot through with existential urgency.
March 29, 2019
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For the first half of Us, Peele brilliantly keeps all plates spinning, both sustaining often unbearable levels of tension and advancing discomfiting ideas. . . . When Us stops focusing on the psychic toll of double consciousness—that is, after we discover the scope of the evil-clone invasion—the film slackens.
March 29, 2019
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  • El Biffo's rating of the film Us

    3.4* I loved the look of this (not so much the content. Horror isn't my thing; I went with my friend who loves scary movies). Lupita Nyong'o is fabulous and a pleasure to watch, I want to see more of her but hopefully something other than Action/Blockbuster/Horror. It would be quite a shame (to me) if she is pigeonholed into doing Zombie Movies (my friend says this isn't one because "zombies eat people").

  • chanandre's rating of the film Us

    [UCI El Corte] Hmm. What about that Climax/Videodrome/ Stranger Things-like opening scene...? Yummy. Funny Games with Kubrickian corridors and scary shirts. (full review is coming) Thanks to PTA and Spielberg at the end...? Interesting.

  • Duncan Gray's rating of the film Us

    A sophomore slump? Sure, but one from a smart satirist upping his craft. It's freakier than Get Out but less fully-fleshed—a spooky allegory for materialism where you have to accrue at least a little heart for both the consumers and their "evil" twins. The problem is how it trips over its mythology in the homestretch, with a twist that oscillates between making sense and making no sense the harder you think about it.

  • Lights in the Dusk's rating of the film Us

    If there's a political or social commentary here (& I'd argue there isn't) then it's deeply conservative & misguided. Us is a film that could be about anything & nothing; any theme it was moving towards is negated in the final act. However, as a visceral mind-bending piece of psychological horror, the film is a masterwork. Aided by Split cinematographer Mike Gioulakis, Peele's imagery is now as powerful as his ideas.

  • msmichel's rating of the film Us

    Ambitious film that doubles as 'Twilight Zone' style horror film and as a social commentary with a fine layered script. Performances are quite good across the board especially Lupita Nyong'o who is brilliant here. The denouement is weak compared to the rest of the film as it doesn't surprise by that point.

  • Horia Constantinescu's rating of the film Us

    It has one of the best choreographed fight scene I've ever seen, among other good parts, but I found it extremely predictable and it doesn't really make sense in the end. Also, I appreciated the fact that it creates loads of theories and ideas to discuss about the meaning behind the story.

  • Ghostman's rating of the film Us

    Us is an incredible film, one that eclipses genre by creating a vast & mirroring tableau of human behavior. The film isn't open ended but its observations & self-reflections of its characters are enormous & boundless in their suggestions & connotations. Peele's film is therefore at once psychological & political, metaphorical & literal, and ironic & forthright; all at once. Let's just say he surpasses the hype.

  • ig_____or's rating of the film Us

    "Get Out" was a huge disappointment for me. But now, leaving behind the in-your-face racial message, Peel thrives in this exhilarating psychological thriller that leaves you guessing until the very last minute. That dance face-off was giving me all sorts of "Black Swan" vibes, the soundtrack was freakin' badass and I lived through the whole thing. The two Lupitas and scene-stealer Elisabeth Moss were fabulous too!

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