Nope (8/27)

With his third movie, Nope, Jordan Peele is at his most expansive, his most adventurous as a filmmaker, and having greater fun than we’ve seen from him in his already astonishing filmography. Daniel Kaluuya and Keke Palmer are wonderfully recreation in Peele’s take at the alien movie that blends unnerving imagery and an astoundingly clever idea with simply the right quantity of humor that breaks the tension when it all becomes almost too unbearable. But Nope is likewise simply amusing-as-hell, and after two horror movies, Peele makes a crowd-attractive adventure that feels greater consistent with Steven Spielberg movies like Close Encounters of the Third Kind or Jaws. With Nope, Peele yet again proves that he’s no longer simply one of the maximum thrilling filmmakers working in horror nowadays, he’s one of the most thrilling filmmakers running, period.

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