Lena Houst’s review published on Letterboxd :
Jordan Peele channels M. Night Shyamalan in the best ways - comically lame domesticity, bold, blunt symbolism and obvious twists that don't dilute the primal fury & yearning underpinning them. Carries a massive underground of pain that I'll spend a lot of time unpacking.
Lupita Nyong’o is such a vicious, wrenching presence here! Her doppelgänger feels like someone broken in voice, but not in spirit, from years of begging on the street. Given the central visual motif, I feel certain Peele had this in mind. The final showdown is such a masterful feat of motion and editing. Peele's a legit master, delivering something disturbing, hilarious and heartbreaking.