I know this is supposed to be semi-biographical and rooted in reality, but I would've really loved this to go a bit further than it did. Didn't love it but I'd be damned if Elizabeth Moss wasn't incredibly impressive.
As much as I hate to admit it, I was quite disappointed by Us, specially when compared to Jordan Peele's debut. Though the first half of the film works great as an imaginative take on the home invasion / slasher subgenre (think Funny Games meets Coherence), the second half's ambitious attempts at broadening the film's scope into something larger ultimately fall flat. The contrast in scale between the film's halves result in a lack of cohesiveness, and while I respect…