Ted Mills’s review published on Letterboxd:
Peele is now 3 for 3. He's putting everything in this film and watching elements mirror, echo, and complement each other as the film goes on shows how little anybody else making "mainstream" movies bothers to put the time in. Peele does and returns with some visual sequences that are both poetic and terrific (if not terrifying). Plus, the humor is never far away, but not in bullshit "above the material" way. (For example, look the many tonal shifts in the TMZ sequence, which is unsettling, humanizing, Jackassery, empathetic, horrifying). Peele does for Fry's electronics retail workers what he did for TSA agents in Get Out.
My first movie-going experience in New Zealand, seen at the lovely Lighthouse Cinema in Petone.