Us

critic Reviews

, 93% Certified Fresh Tomatometer Score
  • With Jordan Peele's second inventive, ambitious horror film, we have seen how to beat the sophomore jinx, and it is Us.
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    Stephanie ZacharekTIME Magazine
    It's one thing for a movie to humble you by leaving you unsure about yourself and your place in the world; it's another for it to leave you wondering what, exactly, a filmmaker is trying to use his formidable verbal and visual vocabulary to say.
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    John SemleyGlobe and Mail
    Peele develops a genuinely thrilling, heart-in-the-throat-scary horror picture.
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    Randy MyersSan Jose Mercury News
    Every element in this film serves a purpose and is set up like a chess move, from the soundtrack to the detailed production values. (Be sure to check out the old VHS tapes in a flashback sequence).
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    Amy NicholsonFilmWeek (KPCC - NPR Los Angeles)
    I love the performances, but I'm just not super sold on the script, to be honest... I'm really ready for [Jordan Peele] to be his own voice now.
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    Hannah GiorgisThe Atlantic
    A sharp, often funny meditation on the terrifying power of human connection.
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    Alison WillmoreBuzzFeed News
    Us revolves around an allegory that's more elastic and resistant to parsing than megahit Get Out.
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    Matthew St. ClairCinema Sentries
    With Us, another simplistic yet petrifying demonstration of the confrontational, Jordan Peele has announced himself as a master of horror.
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    Richard PropesTheIndependentCritic.com
    An amazing ensemble effort.
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    Victor PineyroSeventh Art Studio
    A masterly double life feature that shows a comparison between good/evil, light/darkness, beautiful/putrid, and dance/violence. [Full review in Spanish]
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    Kelechi EhenuloConfessions From A Geek Mind
    What Us demonstrates is that Jordan Peele is not a one-hit wonder. It's easy to compare him to cinematic greats like Hitchcock or Kubrick, but he's already established that he is in a league of his own.
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