NBC News – “Get Out,” the directorial debut of Jordan Peele of “MADtv” and “Key & Peele” fame, opens nationwide on February 24, to great acclaim.
For Peele, the film in many ways pays homage to a genre he adores, but it’s message, purpose, even the success of its production and release has greater and deeper meanings.
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