Caleb Villa’s review published on Letterboxd:
This will likely be Peele’s most divisive work yet, given that there are SO many moving parts and so few hints at what the film’s central metaphor is (if there even is one). But in my estimation, the sheer ambition and mastery of craft on full display here easily tops anything in Get Out or Us. Hoyte van Hoytema’s camerawork is magnificent to behold, always keeping the sky within frame to maximize the terror of an unknown presence lurking above the clouds. This is an absolutely bonkers thrill ride that gave me the most fun I’ve had in a theater since Knives Out.