This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
Jordan Peele's third best film, and its still a pretty good.
Eschewing straight horror with more of acifi angle, Nope has Peele's best visuals, even if they get repetitive in the up-in-the-sky vein.
Whatever Nope's shortcomings, it's not for lack of ambition. Some scenes tend to go on a beat too long, which adds up in sputtering the overall narrative. Some of the humor seems incongruous with what's going on onscreen, but that's easily forgiven considering a good portion of…