“Get Out” is the best screenplay of the 21st century


Jordan Peele 2017 Get out is officially considered the greatest scenario of the 21st century.

The West American Writers Guild revealed its list of “101 Greatest Scenarios of the 21st Century (So Far)”, and the horror film ranked number one.

If you don’t remember it, Get out is about a black man (played by Daniel Kaluuya) who meets the parents of his white girlfriend on a weekend getaway, only to discover a series of unsettling and mind-boggling secrets putting him in a dangerous situation and threatening. Part of what makes Get out The stimulating political and social commentary disguised as a horror film is so unique and ahead of its time. The plot challenges the different racial dynamics within society.

“I was making the movie when Trayvon [Martin] was [killed]”said Peele The New York Times in 2017. “What started out as a movie to fight the lie that America has gone post-racial has turned into a cat-no-bag movie, and now we’re having this conversation. I realized I had to change it up a bit. It was less a question of trying to create awakening than of trying to offer us a hero out of this turmoil, to offer escape and joy.

Watch the Get out trailer below.