The 2010’s was a decade of turbulent change for the film industry. From production to distribution to exhibition, all aspects of the industry were in some way or another impacted by the trends that took hold over the last ten years. Some of these trends have a bigger influence on how Hollywood has been operating
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With Get Out and now Us, a lot of people have started drawing parallels between Jordan Peele and other notable genre directors like Alfred Hitchcock. Now, the merits of such a comparison are definitely up for debate; however, the two filmmakers do share at least one aspect of their careers in common. Both Peele and
Jordan Peele has five on the box office this weekend, plus a few extra zero’s. His new film Us added to 2019’s mammoth March, which helped make this the third straight weekend to outperform the same weekend a year ago. Us slashed the competition and expectations at the box office this weekend, taking in a
This weekend Oscar-winning Get Out filmmaker Jordan Peele returns to theaters with his latest thriller Us. So far, Us is on pace to handily outdo Get Out‘s opening weekend at the box office. However, it looks like we won’t have to wait until Monday to find out if Us will break any box office records.
The first trailer for Jordan Peele’s much-anticipated sophomore film Us will no longer open on March 15th. Instead, the Get Out follow-up will hit theaters on March 22nd. Universal, the distributor behind Peele’s film, announced recently that Us will debut opening night of the SXSW Film Festival in Austin, Texas on March 8th. Shortly after,
When Jordan Peele’s Get Out hit theaters, it quickly became one of the must-see films of 2017. Positive buzz kept the movie busy for weeks until it eventually became one of the most successful independent films ever made. It even went on to win Peele his first Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay. Since then Peele
By Jordan Peterson | @movieminreviews On March 4th the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences will be presenting the 90th Academy Awards ceremony, once again hosted by Jimmy Kimmel. Which hopeful nominees will walk away with a coveted Oscar statuette and who will be snubbed of their recognition? Here are my predictions in every
By Jordan Peterson|@movieminreviews 2017 was indisputably a fantastic year for film fans. The range of diversity and high level of excellence achieved in damn near every categorization of the medium across all twelve months was staggering. The downside to such a high quantity of fantastic films (if such a thing exists) is that it’s difficult to
We are more than halfway through 2017 already. If your New Year’s resolution was to see more movies this year but you just haven’t gotten around to seeing as many as you’d hoped, don’t worry. To make things easier on you, we’ve compiled a list of the movies you really need to see (so far this year)!
Director: Jordan Peele Starring: Daniel Kaluuya, Allison Williams, Bradley Whitford, Catherine Keener, LilRel Howery Synopsis: A young African-American man visits his Caucasian girlfriend’s mysterious family estate (Source: IMDb). Rating: R As one half of the Comedy Central sketch duo Key & Peele, Jordan Peele has built a career around straddling the line between witty social commentary and straight-up