Dion Wyn’s review published on Letterboxd:
'Oh fuck, it's TMZ'
Horrific events in the past can bring the greed and worst out of people. The way Jordan Peele dissects this in Nope is epically grandiose and meaningful. The spectacle of it all allows you to strip back the layers of it to realise what he is going for.
To allow a filmmaker so much freedom in the Hollywood system in this modern day is rare, and I can't wait to see where he goes next. The cherry on top of Nope is the natural chemistry of Keke Palmer and Daniel Kaluuya. They bring so much life to Peele's tale.
Shoutout to my boy Oz Perkins for his cameo role!