Jordan Peele’s Most Ambitious Film “Nope” gets big thumbs up from the audience 

The first reaction to Jordan Pele’s “Nope” is out as the movie continues its premiere in Los Angeles. The movie has earned a lot of praise for the director’s turn to science fiction and drawing comparisons to filmmakers like Steven Spielberg. 

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Nope is one of the most ambitious projects of director Jordan Peele (Twitter)

One of the fans took to Twitter and gave a solid review of this horror thriller film as Violent, Explosive. He even wrote that the movie surpasses some epic films like Exorcist. And claimed it as one of the best films ever.

#NOPE Review: VIOLENT. EXPLOSIVE! Wow.. A SHOCKING EPIC that surpasses iconic films like The Exorcist! Jordan Peele does it again. This isn’t just another horror film, it’s one of the BEST films ever! Great action too. A fitting end, while also setting up what’s next. #NopeMovie

https://twitter.com/theatomchode/status/1549236707350007808?s=20&t=c3oQxelU3iACoqu0jYC_dg

Expectations were quite high for “Nope” as the director Peele is one of the most beloved directors over the last five years. His film debut, “Get Out,” earned four Oscar nominations, including best picture, director for Peele and actor for Kaluuya. Peele won the Academy Award for original screenplay. 

Only with two films, he has built a brand for himself but Peele assured that he went into “Nope” relatively un by audiences’ expectations of him. Collider editor-in-chief Steven Weintraub kept his praise light on the details but gave the movie “a big thumbs up”

Not going to spoil any aspect of @JordanPeele‘s #NopeMovie except to say *big* thumbs up. And cinematographer Hoyte Van Hoytema shot the movie using @IMAX cameras so if you’re going to see #Nope see it in IMAX. Hoytema previously shot ‘Tenet,’ ‘Dunkirk,’ and ‘Interstellar.’

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Jordan Peele gave his thoughts on the movie at the film’s premiere

Peele was asked about his movie “Nope” in an interview by Variety where he told that how this movie is different from Keke Palmer.

“We tried to make a big summer blockbuster that you can enjoy whatever you want,” “You want to go in and just smoke a big blunt and talk with a friend about societal issues, you can do that. If you want to come and just relax and get away from it all and see Keke Palmer amid a UFO, then that’s what we got for you.”

“Nope” reunites Peele with his “Get Out” star Daniel Kaluuya in the story of two siblings (Kaluuya and Keke Palmer) who discover an alien spaceship hovering over their family’s horse ranch.

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