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Wes’s review published on Letterboxd:
This review may contain spoilers.
"And then, there was us."
a film so obsessed with mirror images of itself, warping and twisting to constantly achieve this effect, it eventually becomes the funhouse of mirrors thats been burned into the brain of our lead. jordan peele is more concerned with being alarming that overtly scary, and the quietness of some of it is enough to make us wonder who exactly we're joining hands with across america. we all find ourselves sooner or later. just keep walking if you hear a knock from below.