Successful author Veronica Henley (Janelle Monáe) is finishing a book tour before she returns home to her husband and daughter. But a shocking turn of events is about to upend Veronica's existence, plunging her into a horrifying reality that forces her to confront her past, present, and future-before it's too late. From the producer of Get Out and Us comes this tense and provocative thriller with a terrifying twist.
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I was hyped for the film, since it was announced. I kade the mistake of expecting one thing, but the film delivered something different. That's not necessarily bad. I would say, however into this movie with a clear mind. The twist was unexpected, although I feel like it could have been more effective if it happened later. Pictire quality wise, its beautiful looking. Audionis decent, with a great score and sound design. I haven't checked out the document yet, so i cannot comment the features. I say, get it if you ha B e it in your mind to get it. If you anything below mildly curious, wait for a price drop.
A lot of people do not like this movie, they do not get it. For me, it wasn't that hard to get. I admit the storyline could be restructured then I bet folks who didn't like it, would probably change their mind. Either way, I loved it. The Cinematography was top-notch. The story was interesting, with a twist.
This is ok good movie to watch. The actors and actresses really did good job acting in their scenes from start to finish. The only problem i had was the movie is it was super dark at night time when it was filmed i had to turn my brightness up a little bit for 4k movie.
The movie was okay, didn’t seem to care for the racial parts but that’s life today. Different ending which was a real shocker. Overall it was a good movie. Don’t know if I would recommend this movie to just anyone.