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Daniel Kaluuya Aura, Movie Review

Daniel Kaluuya Aura Movie Review

Today’s Daniel Kaluuya Aura Movie Review may help you to feel emotions quite different from “Get Out.”

Daniel Kaluuya Aura Movie Review. During his Oscar-nominated performance, what happened? Did the actor change all the way down deep within his aura?

Because that’s really acting greatness. Granted, it’s hard enough to change on the surface. Just doing your acting job. In front of the lights and the cameras. Springing into “Action” on demand.

Sophisticated Blog-Buddies, let’s explore “the depths” of Daniel Kaluuya’s achievement. Thanks to a sparkling nomination by Blog-Buddy KATHLEEN.

The Nominated Role

First of all, the movie is Jordan Peele’s brainchild, “Get Out.” Here’s the trailer.

As Chris Washington, Daniel Kaluuya portrays an African-American photographer. After meeeting his white girlfriend’s liberal parents, surprise! Shock! Horror! He discovers their sinister motive for welcoming him into the family.

Nuts & Bolts

New to aura reading movie reviews? Here’s some good background about energetic literacy, used for aura reading. Important since energetic literacy strongly supports human life. Quite different, probably, from what you’ve encountered so far about auras.

Also, if you’re spiritually minded, you might also want to know this optional aspect: What makes aura reading “spiritual.”

Incidentally, that last link also includes an explanation of how I do aura reading movie reviews.

How will we proceed? Having fun! That would be fun without an additional horror element. Like this comedy/horror movie.

Specifically, we’ll compare one chakra databank at a time, within Daniel Kaluuya’s aura.

Here’s the photo I’ll use to research the actor’s role as Chris.

While here’s a photo of Daniel Kaluuya playing himself.

Daniel Kaluuya Aura

Root Chakra Databank for Making Contact with Physical Reality

As Chris

3 inches. Nearly shut down.

Highly self-conscious. Working his face. Thinking his lines. Nearly frozen because of the effort he’s making to act in this movie.

As Daniel

4 feet. Under-functioning.

Sadly, limited experience of life. That’s what I find. Instead of a vibrant experience of life around him… Seems like Daniel Kaluuya is skating on the surface of life.

Noticing objects. Interested in whether people look good.

Could be, not much is going on within him at this time.

Whatever the reason might be, he’s pleasant enough. Nonetheless, here’s the deal: Energetically Mr. Kaluuya is one of the emptier people whose auras I’ve read.

Aura Change Points

0. Because Daniel Kaluuya never got out of his own sense of self. And a pretty limited sense of self it was, too. At the time of this photo.

Unfortunately, it appears to this Enlightenment Coach… The actor has a long way to go to use his full acting potential.

Daniel Kaluuya Aura

Belly Chakra Databank for Creativity

As Chris

3 inches. Nearly completely shut down.

Evidently, Daniel Kaluuya is trying heroically hard to do this job. Struggling to survive.

Making no attempt to create a thing, other than seem credible as an actor in this leading role.

As Daniel

3 inches. Nearly completely shut down.

Although everyone has a gift of the soul for creativity… Apparently Daniel Kaluuya isn’t using his.

Creativity is curiously absent.

Do any of you Blog-Buddies know anything about this actor? In the past has he had a problem with drugs? I can’t think of anything else. Anything else to explain his terrible inner hollowness.

Aura Change Points

0. Energetically, Daniel Kaluuya didn’t act. Instead he tried hard to hold himself together. (As himself.)

Daniel Kaluuya Aura

Solar Plexus Chakra Databank for Handling Conflict

As Chris

2 inches. Almost completely shut down.

Once again, Daniel Kaluuya makes no attempt, deep down, to portray a character. Rather, he’s hoping that his self-consciousness won’t show. While doing his very best to perform: Say his lines right, take direction, look good, etc.

As Daniel

7 feet. Small.

Demonstrating a beautiful inner toughness, the quality of this chakra databank impresses me.

Seems to me, Daniel Kaluuya handles conflict with resolve. Keeps on fighting, enduring. I sure respect that.

Aura Change Points

0. Sadly.

Daniel Kaluuya Aura

Heart Chakra Databank for Emotional Self-Awareness

As Chris

40 feet. Finally, a chakra databank on the large side of normal.

Uncomfortably aware of his own emotions, Daniel Kaluuya is struggling. Doing what he can to get through this scene.

However, once again, there’s no deep attempt to get into his role.

Subconsciously and energetically, Daniel Kaluuya can’t do anything beyond hold himself together. Avoiding total panic.

As Daniel

2 inches. Close to complete shut-down.

Daniel Kaluuya tries to control his emotions. The rage. The sense of feeling lost as a person.

Seems like, he works so hard to keep his emotions under control… Underneath (i.e., where a chakra databank reveals subconscious truth)… The actor shows rigid control even there, energetically. Subconsciously.

No wonder it’s hard for him to feel much at all.

Aura Change Points

0. Noted with compassion.

Daniel Kaluuya Aura

Throat Chakra Databank for Sense of Humor

As Chris

1/4 inch. Close to complete shut-down.

Most notably, to this character, nothing is funny. Opposite that, acting is serious business. Basically, un-enjoyable as could be!

Sad to say, the character, Chris, has no inner characteristics related to humor.

Seems to me, the empty character played here…  has no inner characteristics whatsoever.

Granted I haven’t seen this movie.

Maybe Daniel is just focusing hard to deliver a powerful spectacle. Consequently he can’t get past the surface of the Chris personality.

As Daniel

40 feet. Normal functioning, on the large side.

Here, Daniel Kaluuya shines. Sorta.

He can play “Life of the Party.” And play it far more convincingly than he’s acting in this movie.

Blog-Buddies, I’ve got a special term for this quality. Which involves:

  • Pushing his likeability.
  • Aiming to make a big-deal impression.
  • Forcing like a clenched smile, held for to long.

I call it “The Personality Kid.”

Actually, I’m curious. Have any of you Blog-Buddies come up with your own version of “The Personality Kid”?

What do you call it when somebody is trying really hard to be super-fantastic-impressive. Do tell.

Aura Change Points

0. To my relief, we get to stop here in today’s aura reading movie review.

In Conclusion

Aura Change Points: 0 out of 5

Poor Daniel Kaluuya deserves some kind of award for not completely choking up. Or screaming hysterically, “I can’t do this.”

Uncomfortable to the max, he wins my respect for playing along. Plus hitting his marks on the set. Learning his lines. Perhaps the Fake It Till You Make It Acting Award?

Worth noting: I couldn’t act in a movie. But then I haven’t tried to, either.

Oscar-worthy as a performance, this role as Chris? Hardly.

Unless You Count the Karma Angle

Performing in “Get Out,” Daniel Kaluuya may illustrate an idea previously mentioned at this blog. Karma is a real thing.

Seems to me, Daniel Kaluuya has had the good karma to have been cast as a leading man. Starring in a major motion picture.

Beyond that, he’s had the karma to be nominated for an Oscar.

Maybe he’ll even have the karma to win.

But, if that karma theory is correct… Success karma is just that. No including acting chops in this lifetime. Nor does a run of good luck substitute for skill. Many actors work hard to master the technical skills of acting. About Daniel Kaluuya? I wonder.

Offhand, I can’t remember doing a more dismal aura reading movie review. Assuming the context is discernment about acting.

Yet for celebrating how good karma can elevate a person for a while? There, Daniel Kaluuya’s performance in “Get Out” could count as a triumph.

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  1. 1
    Kylie says:

    I thought it was a good movie.

    But his role in the movie was to act freaked out, and act like he’s trying to keep it together as the situation around him gets weirder and creepier.

    So, I’m not at all surprised by this reading. Looks like it wasn’t too hard to portray “trying to keep it together.” His clenched smile also made sense in light of the social situations in the movie. It’s sad that there wasn’t much acting involved.

  2. 2
    Kathleen says:

    Thanks for doing this reading of Daniel Kaluuya – I’m sorry it was such a tough one!

  3. 3
    Kathleen says:

    It’s amazing sometimes how far karma can take you!

    I haven’t read much about his performance itself in the movie, which is why I was surprised to see it in on the Oscar nominee list for Best Actor.

    One of five nominations, out of all the movies made in the world in 2018! And for someone who has barely made another movie.

  4. 4
    Kathleen says:

    It sounds to me like maybe his role is more of a blank slate for ‘Get Out’.

    His performance certainly doesn’t sound like it would distract from or get in the way of any ideas or scares the movie wants to deliver. I’d be interested to hear from anyone who has seen the movie.

  5. 5

    About your Comment #2, KATHLEEN, you and me both!

    I prefer to love and celebrate the actor starring in one of these aura reading movie reviews. But more important to me is telling the truth.

    My energetic-exploration movie reviews are never meant in a spirit of malice. Hope that came across in this one.

  6. 6

    KYLIE and KATHLEEN, I do find your comments fascinating.

    “There wasn’t much acting involved” and “a blank slate.” Indeed, sometimes a movie just arrives at a moment where people wish to project onto a film their rage, sense of victimization, feelings of guilt, etc. And maybe, then… the blanker, the better.

  7. 7
    Kylie Sparks says:

    I would suggest, alternately, Rose, that sometimes other factors in a movie make up for bad acting.

    For example, the writing and the ideas. The success of the movie is probably more due to Jordan Peele’s direction than to any of the actors.

  8. 8

    Indeed, KYLIE, and I’m definitely a fan of Jordan Peele.

  9. 9
    Didi says:

    I am not shocked by this reading.

    I wanted to like Daniel, but in the film and in pictures he aways seemed like he wasn’t present, he came across as “bland” for a performer.

    I remember watching the film and thinking how much better the film would have been if him and Keith Stanfield switched parts.

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