”Get Out” is being universally praised by critics for its ability to sprinkle social commentary over the mixed combination of horror and comedy.
The directorial debut of Jordan Peele, who also wrote and produced the film, follows a young black man who is meeting his white girlfriend’s parents for the first time. But the visit doesn’t turn out as he planned, hoped or wished it would.
Now, Funny Or Die has taken the premise a level up by adding Donald Trump into the mix. This is “Get Out (Of The White House).”
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