She said a lot of stupid things, but she didn't strike me as someone who necessarily got their news from Fox News. She did strike me as someone who is very opinionated. She's engaged in the process, went to see Coco in a theatre - was appalled that Disney sold it as a kid's movie when it scared little kids. She was offended by Armie Hammer hitting on Timothée Chalamet because he looked 35 and Chalamet looked 17, but her reason for not voting for Chalamet was because he came across in real life as exactly like the character he played - no stretch. She didn't like Billboards because it was a Brit's take on America, not the real America - actually it's not the real Britain ether, but that's another story. She learned more from Darkest Hour about Dunkirk than she did from the movie they called Dunkirk.
Her objection to Get Out is that it was marketed as a horror movie when it became a success, now it's being sold as an important movie about race in America when it wasn't before. She took offense at a young British actor lecturing a luncheon audience comprised of Hollywood insiders on the subject. It doesn't mean she didn't think he had a point.
I've actually heard all these complaints before, though not all from the same person. They may be typical of what Old Hollywood thinks, which is why whoever played Winston Churchill this year would be the one to beat for best actor no matter who it was.
“Life is a shipwreck, but we must not forget to sing in the lifeboats.” - Voltaire