Travis Vogt’s review published on Letterboxd:
He’s so good at making movies, I’m excited for the time he leaves the sketch comedy bug behind entirely. This is probably my favorite Peele just on the strength of the scattered great moments. The scene where OJ evades the purple people eater at night was full on peak Spielberg magic. Everything has the look and staging of a truly great film, but the general throwing plot stuff together and hoping it all fits approach is frustrating. He’s got the skill set of a master, just needs to start—and I’m not sure I’ve ever said this about anyone before—taking himself more seriously.