The film’s playful parody of the genre is delightfully in tune with the legendary musician’s own work.
As soon as the trio turn up, Hocus Pocus 2 immediately becomes compelling and enjoyable.
Me Time unfortunately fails to turn this smart idea for a comedy into anything worthwhile.
Ultimately, Day Shift feels like it has more in common with a video game than a movie.
Perea’s career is almost certainly going to hit another echelon now that Nope has hit cinemas. For the time being, though, he just hopes that audiences are thoroughly entertained by Peele’s dynamic storytelling and filmmaking.
Nope is still too fun and has too many effective sequences to be considered a disappointment. It’s just not as resoundingly impressive as we’ve come to expect from Peele.
Heavily inspired by Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice, the romantic comedy follows a group of best friends as they enjoy a weeklong vacation on Fire Island, the famous hotspot for queer culture that’s located just off Long Island, New York.