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‘Us’ Review: Jordan Peele’s latest social horror flips ‘Get Out’ on its head

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Us is the new film by Jordan Peele, of Get Out fame. Drew and Chella discuss the latest in Peele’s brand of social horrors, which looks at the monster within.

SOME BRIEF NOTES ON THE DUPLICATION AND REPLACEMENT OF HUMANS

  1. IT DEFINITELY DOES NOT HAPPEN
  2.  COMMON PITFALLS WHEN REPLACING HUMANS WITH IDENTICAL DUPLICATES INCLUDE: – ALLOWING THE ORIGINAL AND DUPLICATE TO MEET (UNLIKE ROBOTS, HUMANS BECOME IMMEDIATELY SUSPICIOUS WHEN ENCOUNTERING EXACT REPLICAS OF THEMSELVES) – MAKING THE DUPLICATE TOO EASY TO DISMEMBER AND BEAT UP (THE “WORLD’S END” BLUNDER) – INSTALLING THE WRONG LANGUAGE FILES (REMEMBER TO CLICK “APPLY” AFTER CHANGING DEFAULT) – UNCONVINCING RUBBER SKIN – AMOUNT OF TIME SPENT TALKING ABOUT SICK SKATEBOARD TRICKS (CURRENTLY DEFAULTS TO 20% OF TOTAL DAILY CONVERSATION DUE TO WILD OVER-ESTIMATION BY PROGRAMMER. THEY TELL ME THIS WILL BE FIXED IN THE NEXT FIRMWARE) – DUPLICATES WEIGH OVER ONE TON AND CONSTANTLY FALL THROUGH FLOORING DESIGNED FOR HUMANS (NOTHING WE CAN DO ABOUT THIS)
  3. IT DEFINITELY DOES NOT HAPPEN DO NOT ALLOW THIS MEMO TO BE READ BY UNREPLACED HUMANS. IF ACCIDENTALLY RELEASED LIKE LAST TIME, DIRECT THEIR ATTENTION MAINLY TO POINTS 1 AND 3. DISMISS POINT 2 AS A TYPO OR MISPRINT.

ALSO ATTACHED PLEASE FIND A HUMAN-PRODUCED PODCAST REGARDING HUMAN-PRODUCED MOVIE “US”, CURRENTLY IN CINEMAS. IT IS NOT ABOUT ROBOTS BUT MAY STILL BE A USEFUL REFERENCE. REGARDS A. HUMAN P.S. THIS FRIDAY’S WORK OUTING HAS BEEN CANCELLED AFTER IT WAS BROUGHT TO MY ATTENTION THAT ROBOTS CANNOT GET DRUNK AND THAT POURING PINTS OF LIQUID INTO OUR INTERNAL WORKINGS WOULD BE CATASTROPHIC

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