Get Out

Movie • 2017 • Horror  Report
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DoesTheCatLive
No, I lived; thank you. 9/9 lives => Would recommend.
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Bre Peltz
The ONLY animal that dies in this movie is a deer at the beginning. NO DOG dies in this movie.
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AbbyPika
No, there are no animals being abused in this movie. There is a deer that gets hit by a car at the beginning of the movie, but this wasn’t on purpose. The main character, Chris, has a dog but the dog is perfectly safe throughout the movie
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Abbeyey
A butterfly is shown on tv emerging from a chrysalis
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DoesTheCatLive
As far as I could see, there were indeed a bunch of white bitches fighting throughout this movie.
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Does an animal die?
(besides a dog, cat or horse)
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user18247
A deer is hit by a car; you hear it bleat off-screen and its dead body is zoomed in on for a moment. You can see some blood on the deer's injury (which is not focused on and easy to miss) but it's not glorified at all. The entire scene is about 2 minutes long and is the only time an animal dies in the movie.
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AbbyPika
The only dead animal is a deer that gets hit by a red car at the beginning of the movie, the people driving it are the two main characters. The scene is short and doesn’t drag on for very long. After the crash happens, Chris, the main character goes to look at the deer and it shows the dear. It’s not gorey at all and only lasts a few seconds.
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malovela
There's no horse.
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dashofpuzzles
At the beginning of the movie, a car is following a guy walking down a sidewalk
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malovela
There are no children in the movie, except for a little boy in a couple of brief flashbacks.
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AbbyPika
Through the whole movie, there are themes of gaslighting. Not in a “controlling abusive partner way” more like “I’m gaslighting you so you don’t find out the truth” sort of way
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glitch
Not technically, but a character is strangled by someone they were at one point in a relationship with, which could be triggering to some viewers with DV triggers
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andreag112394
Technically, you could argue that Chris's smoking at the beginning of the film would fall under this category. No other plot points otherwise, though.
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user18247
The main character smokes early in the movie and cigarrettes are mentioned a couple times.
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AbbyPika
there are scenes where characters get drunk and stuff during the party, but no where to the point of alcoholism. I suppose you could say that Rose’s brother could have been an alcoholic because he always seems to be in a drunken like state, but it’s never outwardly said.
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CurlsPearls
Chris is completely restrained (wrists & ankles) and held against his will during the last part of the movie.
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malovela
Brain surgery - the skull being sawed through, the brain exposed. Also, head blown off with a shotgun in the last scene.
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AbbyPika
Shaving is shown in the first scene where the main character, Chris is shaving his face. Towards the end of the movie, there is a surgical scene where (SPOILERSSS!!!) the grandpa is getting his head cut open
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Trying2Help
50:56-51:17 Brief scene with mention and description of Jeffrey Dahmer and his abuse, sexual assault, and cannibalism.
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malovela
No, but we see a fire starting in a room where someone is lying dead or unconscious (we technically don't know which at the time).
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malovela
Hmm... There's brain surgery; we see the top of the skull being removed and thrown in a bin.
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csbyron1
YES, a head gets squashed offscreen by the protagonist. Sound effects imply this. Also a brain surgery scene but rather well censored.
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Gab
No but a person gets stabbed through the hand.
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7
There is one scene where a character gets stabbed in the eye, but they don’t show it directly. There is another scene a few minutes later where one character tries to gouge out another’s eyes. Both scenes are at the end of the movie (last 20 minutes).
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LucienTaylor1
At the end of the movie, an important character is strangled
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AceofSpades
A character goes berserk and other characters say it was a seizure but it was not.
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AbbyPika
throughout the whole movie, all of the black characters were being tortured, but not the typical torture you think of, they were being brainwashed and forced to do things against their will. Not the bloody gorey type of torture.
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Plumberton
A character, off screen, has their head stomped in, and you hear bones breaking.
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Trying2Help
No but several scenes of a person who seems like they are falling but are kind of suspended in space
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malovela
The only kid in the movie is the main character as a child, seen in a couple of brief flashbacks.
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9
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LandoCalrissian
Andre is kidnapped during the first scene of the film.
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Kile Onasi
The antagonists include parents and grandparents that die.
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Silod
Note: not traditional (ghost/demon) possession.
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Gourd
Not too scary but scary nevertheless. (SPOILERS) 1. There are 2 jump scares involving the house-maid Georgina. One when she looks out of a window, one when she is in a car. 2. There is one jump scare involving the groundskeeper Walter. He suddenly towards the camera at night.
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commoncoldz
nobody vomits on or offscreen, but a character gags and another character describes something as making them want to throw up.
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Plumberton
One character has their head stomped in off-screen, but sound effects confirm bones breaking.
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Gab
quite the opposite
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simon
An IV is in someone's arm for a medical procedure
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user18247
It does not take place in an actual hospital, but there is a fairly gory scene where a surgeon performs a lobotomy on another character.
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JacksonHenrich
towards the end of the movie someone shoots himself
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BODY DYSMORPHIA IS NOT THE SAME THING AS BODY DISMEMBERMENT
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Gab
There are mutliple instances of a character swirling her tea repetitively and we hear the clinks of the spoon and the cup over and over again.
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dashofpuzzles
a man shoots himself near the end of the movie
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AceofSpades
There is no diagnosed anxiety attack but the protagonist does show extreme amounts of panic towards the end of the film
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AllisonIsTired
No one has an eating disorder but in one scene someone bites a froot-loop in half, and as someone with an eating disorder I know that small bites can be triggering.
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csbyron1
Visual effects are claustrophobic
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Emma
There are police lights that flash red and blue.
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malovela
There are no babies.
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malovela
No pregnancies, no births, no babies. The only child is the main character at the age of 11, seen in a couple of brief flashbacks.
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malovela
No pregnancies, no births, no babies. The only child is the main character at the age of 11, seen in a couple of brief flashbacks.
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malovela
No pregnancies, no births, no babies. The only child is the main character at the age of 11, seen in a couple of brief flashbacks.
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malovela
No pregnancies, no births, no babies. The only child is the main character at the age of 11, seen in a couple of brief flashbacks.
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malovela
No pregnancies, no births, no babies. The only child is the main character at the age of 11, seen in a couple of brief flashbacks.
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malovela
No pregnancies, no births, no babies. The only child is the main character at the age of 11, seen in a couple of brief flashbacks.
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andallthatjasper
Technically the first 'death' off screen is a black person, but it isn't a full death and is only implied. The first on screen death is a white person.
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Abbeyey
Fairly certain all are used by black characters
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LucienTaylor1
There is no mention of jewish people in the movie.
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LucienTaylor1
A blind character is introduced just for his whole character arc to be about getting his sight back, in somewhat of an ableist trope, but nobody is explicitly ableist.
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Quiet_Wyatt
Many assumptive racist microagressions.
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leahsamuel93
Georgina", who's implied to have been in a relationship with Rose through a picture of the two together, dies towards the end of the film.
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1
There are two characters dating with a large age gap but neither are minors
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AnaCludiaTeixeira
a white woman objectifies a black man by asking his (white) girlfriend if it really is "better", implying that black men are better at sex and objectifying him
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glitch
No sex on screen, but it is heavily implied (the scene jumps to the next morning rather than showing the two characters having sex)
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malovela
Not all-out, but a young black man is ickily felt up by an elderly white woman he's never met before in full view of other party guests. She feels/strokes his arm and chest, expressing approval of his body as if he were an object. He's obviously uncomfortable.
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Are there incestuous relationships?
National Sexual Assault Hotline 800.656.4673
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Abbeyey
Alt. ending is sad
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csbyron1
We hear about a hit-and-run that happened. Later we see Chris hit someone with his car, but not fatally.
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csbyron1
One death of passenger in the car
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Trying2Help
10:21-10:25 after the characters hit an animal while driving (it is unexpected). There may also be another instance towards the very end of the film
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malovela
No flying scenes.
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TaylorKay
Yes. A character fatally shoots another, then shoots and kills himself.
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Wowowo
When Chris fights back and starts escaping, the most goriest scene is when the dad removes the old guy’s top part of his head. Then when Chris stabs him with the deer head, and he spits blood everywhere. Chris also stabs Jeremy in the leg a few minutes later. When Georgina attacks Chris in the car later and they crash into a tree and she’s covered in blood. Then later the grandpa shoots Rose in the stomach and her body has blood all over her torso. Then the guy shoots himself, there is a mere blood splatter after that, but then there is a puddle of blood towards his head on the ground. Rose is also shown with blood in her mouth a few minutes after
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malovela
No one is in water.
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