Erin Elizabeth’s review published on Letterboxd:
"How exquisitely stupid is that?"
Quick sloppy review because I decided it'd be a great idea to stay up until 4:30 in the morning finishing this. But once I started I was hooked and I was staying until the ride finished.
Fully fucking lit! The energy just radiated even watching this on my laptop. I love how somehow I managed to have none of this spoiled for me! Because that context is SO needing to be a surprise!
I'm gonna go read all the things I couldn't now before watching this, plus a billion think pieces, and then I'll definitely be watching it again.
Keke Palmer and Daniel Kaluuya had such an awesome sibling connection! And I think one of the things I appreciated about this the most is that they LISTENED TO EACH OTHER and BELIEVED EACH OTHER! I didn't know how badly I needed a movie where nobody called anybody crazy until this.
Jordan Peele does it again! Fuck man this was awesome!
Shout out to Jeremy for renting this so I could see it without having to take my anxious ass to the theater.