i wouldnt unreservedly recommend it but nope was pretty good as a modern hollywood blockbuster. its crap on character (daniel kuluya is just monosyllabic for the whole thing more or less, just looks bored, apathetic, like hes meant to look cooly nonplussed, but a whole film of that without much charm is pretty dull), the concept has plenty of holes, and isnt actually all that well developed or presented - im not sure i was really particularly stimulated or excited by it (there is something about our obsession with documenting and filming even in the face of threat to life, but he doesnt really dig into the ideas around this or the emotions either). but its well directed - prob jordan peeles best directorial effort so far. now he just needs to find someone else to write for him, or with him. otherwise youre going to get more of these densely half baked, not esp original, genre workouts, that look good, have cool moments, but dont really add much to either sci fi or horror ultimately, though will prob be the kind of thing that becomes a future cult classic, just cos its well made. prob more fun to think about or debate after though.