The Invisible Man movie review: Elisabeth Moss brings the chills in a showcase of the unseen horrors of domestic violence
The Invisible Man works because its message is timely, its scares legitimate, and its truth undeniable.
Jordan Peele’s Us as a failed political satire: What the film gets right about America, and what it gets wrong
We read the doppelgängers in Jordan Peele's Us as a reference to the black majority left behind even as elites have emerged successfully as professionals, entertainers and sportspersons. It is the African-American liberal elite to whom the Obama persona appealed and that Peele partly satirised in Get Out.
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