With “Nope” (streaming Friday on Peacock), his third film as director, Jordan Peele turns the lacerating satire of “Get Out” and the persistent suspense of “Us” on a subject he knows well

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As a couple of Hollywood pony wranglers (Daniel Kaluuya and Keke Palmer) endeavor to comprehend, 

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 stay away from and in the long run trap the strange power (in a real sense) shadowing their Southern California farm,

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and outfox the kid star-turned-cattle rustler director (Steven Yeun) nearby simultaneously, Peele tosses a kitchen sink of screen history at the watcher

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Muybridge's pony. The movies of Steven Spielberg. A hand-turned camera

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A ridiculous episode on a sitcom set. Peele's desire might have left many (and Logan Paul) scratching their heads, however it's the vast contentions the film ignited,

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whether over a fish sandwich after a screening or on Slack here at The Times, that made "Not a chance" vibe like an old fashioned summer blockbuster

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That and Palmer, who gives a presentation deserving of an Oscar, Marisa Tomei division

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Regardless of whether everybody as of now fails to remember the plot of this film, they could be playing clasps of her on the honors broadcast into the indefinite future. — Matt Brennan

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