‘Get Out’ Placed In ‘Best Comedy Or Musical’ By Golden Globes And People Are Baffled
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Get Out, the Jordan Peele-directed box office and critical success film about racism will be placed in the “Best Comedy or Musical” category at the Golden Globes and everyone is trying to figure out why in the hell this is. While this film has its funny moments, it’s clearly a horror movie that is filled with commentary about interracial dating so it’s a tad bizarre that it’s been placed in this category.
And it looks like the internet was trying to figure all this out. Just check out some of the reactions below:
“COMEDY” ??? pic.twitter.com/4HGO7brZjG
— 6/1/15 (@JahMari_Couture) November 14, 2017
They are trying to negate the significance of the subliminal message the film had by placing a label like beat comedy on it. Oh let me guess, because Jordan’s work is mostly comedy? Smh please
— Seon Ali (@seon_ali) November 14, 2017
I don’t know .. To me it was only one character. The dramatic moments like him getting pulled over and the realism of racism didnt make me laugh.
— Clark (@CieyannaAlesia) November 15, 2017
There wasn’t anything funny in the movie. The movie dealt with serious topics and issues in the black community and racism. This is why I don’t support these award shows. This is disrespectful on so many levels.
— Alexis Taylor (@MsAlexisT1) November 15, 2017
Get Out?? Really? ”IT” was more of a comedy or musical pic.twitter.com/DGBA9FirHX
— Sabrina L. (@locklooneytune) November 15, 2017
Must’ve missed the singing & dancing… https://t.co/UedpGpsJMP
— its upsetting me & my homegirl bc like damn (@ShenaeCurry) November 14, 2017
…….Lemme move my bang and read this again https://t.co/9kMvu2mc1k
— BreeSummers (@Breliloquy) November 14, 2017
bitch we wasn’t being funny https://t.co/NBQPfyHfk0
— Sarah Denise (@_loveejones) November 14, 2017
But what does Peele himself say about all this?
‘Get Out’ is a documentary.
— Jordan Peele (@JordanPeele) November 15, 2017
What do you all think?
Nominations for the 75th Golden Globe Awards will be announced Monday, Dec. 11, with the awards show being aired on Jan. 7.