Nicolò Grasso’s review published on Letterboxd:
Nope is a Movie, with a capital M. It is a genuinely spectacular film, a piece of blockbuster entertainment that manages to recapture the magic of Spielbergian classics with its slow burn that explodes into all-out terror and thrills. Not only does Jordan Peele create a deeply compelling emotional core with the two wonderful leading characters played by Keke Palmer and Daniel Kaluuya, but there is also a lot to unpack in terms of how Peele feels with the current state of Hollywood filmmaking and moviegoers alike. Kind of beautiful that analog technologies are so prominently featured here against the more unreliable digital ones, one of many small touches that speaks volumes. Yeah, filing Nope under the "really that good" category.