Review: 'Nope'

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Writer-director Jordan Peele returns with his take on the flying-saucer movie, Nope, which opens in theaters everywhere this Friday. Critic Andrew Wyatt has a review:

"Like Us (2019), the director’s latest feature is brimming with ideas, although here Peele has discarded quasi-surreal allegory for a more grounded story of enterprising hustle and sibling solidarity. Or, at least, as grounded as things can be in a sci-fi horror flick that owes as much to Predator (1987) and Under the Skin (2013) as it does to Close Encounters."

Read on at CSL's The Lens.