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If you thought Get Out was terrifying, steady yourself for an all-new tale of terror from writer/director Jordan Peele. Lupita Nyong’o stars as Adelaide Wilson, who returns to her beachside childhood home for a family vacation. Her husband Gabe (Winston Duke) and their two children (Shahadi Wright Joseph and Evan Alex) all come along for what they hope will be an idyllic summer getaway. But Adelaide is haunted by memories of her past, and the trip does not go as planned.
After a beach day, fraught with tension, the Wilsons get visitors at their vacation home. Four red-robed figures stand in the driveway — they are demented, violent doppelgängers of each of the Wilson family members, who soon realize the most terrifying thing in the world may be themselves.
- Lupita Nyong'o
- Winston Duke
- Elisabeth Moss
- Tim Heidecker
- Shahadi Wright Joseph
- Evan Alex
- Yahya Abdul-Mateen II
- Anna Diop
- Cali Sheldon
- Noelle Sheldon
Did You Know?
- The title 'Us' was announced on May 8, 2018.
- When Gabe was talking to Abby in their bedroom, he was in his plaid shorts. Then Jason got to tell them about the outsiders, they moved right away to the front door. Gabe was already in his trousers when he got out.
- [from trailer]
- Adelaide Wilson: They look exactly like us. They think like us. They know where we are. We need to move and keep moving. They won't stop until they kill us... or we kill them.
Atom User Reviews
I was so excited to see this movie, but walked out so disappointed. The plot didn’t make any sense......sad
Story was all over the place. There was too many comedy for a suspense. Real let down. Get Out is still Jordan's best work
The unsolved mysteries of Us are more exciting than maddening. It’s a movie you come out of on fire with questions, a movie you find yourself attempting to explain or have explained to you by total strangers before you’ve even left the theater.
Perhaps Us stumbles near the end while straining for an operatic, shattering finale that explains everything that preceded it but, after capturing the zeitgeist his first time out, Peele avoids the sophomore slump by methodically laying out his riveting tale.
Clearly the work of an ambitious writer/director who can see himself inheriting the mantle of Rod Serling ... it offers twists and ironies and false endings galore — along with more laughs than the comedian-turned-auteur dared to include in his debut film. ... It packs a punch.