A very economic adaptation that utilizes modern camerawork to create exciting and satisfying visual splendor, but does sacrifice space for subplots that the novel used to flesh out theme and character.
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
Despite being bold, exciting, and even funny, "Us" ultimately bites off more than it can chew. For every choice that works there is something that doesn't. I truly live for the Elizabeth Moss double putting on lip gloss, but I can't get over a flashback-laden 11th hour villain monologue explaining things that happened off-screen.