Your Company


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United States, Japan · 2022
2h 10m
Director Jordan Peele
Starring Daniel Kaluuya, Keke Palmer, Brandon Perea, Michael Wincott
Genre Horror, Mystery, Science Fiction, Thriller

Two siblings who run a California horse ranch discover something extraordinary and sinister in the skies above. They then attempt to capture evidence of the unidentified flying object while the owner of an adjacent theme park tries to profit from the same mysterious, otherworldly phenomenon.

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What are people saying?

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I think "Nope" gets an unfairly bad rap, probably because of the acclaim of Jordan Peele's other works. Sure, "Nope" isn't quite as cohesive as "Get Out," but it's immensely entertaining and wildly original--something that Hollywood has struggled with in the past decade.

What are critics saying?


TheWrap by Alonso Duralde

This ultimately feels like four very promising movies mashed together, with spectacular highlights bumping into each other in a way that’s ultimately lacking, even as they all demonstrate the prowess and bravado of the filmmaker.


Screen Rant by Ben Kendrick

Nope, Jordan Peele's movie about a bad miracle, offers a thrilling and humorous twist on Hollywood sci-fi - and serves as a love letter to filmmaking.


Slashfilm by Chris Evangelista

Nope may not be Jordan Peele's best movie to date, but it is his most enjoyable. A true summer movie spectacle meant to be writ large across the screen, giving us thrills, chills, laughs, and that most precious of things: movie magic.


Consequence by Clint Worthington

Jordan Peele's made a thrilling, exciting blockbuster that also touches on the nature of spectacle, and the ways artists get chewed up and spat out (in some cases, literally) by their work.


IndieWire by David Ehrlich

It doesn’t hurt that Peele’s latest boasts some of the most inspired alien design since H.R. Giger left his mark on the genre, or that Kaluuya’s eyes remain some of Hollywood’s most special effects, as “Nope” gets almost as much mileage from their weariness as “Get Out” squeezed from their clarity. It’s through them that “Nope” searches for a new way of seeing, returns the Haywoods to their rightful place in film history, and creates the rare Hollywood spectacle that doesn’t leave us looking for more.

88 by Odie Henderson

It’s a puzzle with a few pieces missing; standing back from it, you can still see the picture. But does it give the viewer exactly what they want? See the title.


The Guardian by Peter Bradshaw

There is something clotted and heavy about this film, with sadly not enough of the humour for which Peele justly became celebrated in his double-act days with Keegan-Michael Key. It’s not the positive response I wanted to have.


Polygon by Robert Daniels

Nope is an idea more than a story. It’s a collection of individually captivating scenes, as opposed to an intriguing whole. It’s a handsome picture, but Peele is far too impressed with its handsomeness to work on populating it with fully felt characters.


Movie Nation by Roger Moore

A thoroughly entertaining ride, as strange as it is beautiful, growing even stranger and more beautiful in the later acts.

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