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Logan Paul called out Jordan Peele for making 'one of the worst movies' he had ever seen

Logan Paul called out Jordan Peele for making 'one of the worst movies' he had ever seen

The YouTuber definitely didn't enjoy the film and much like his opinions on Oppenheimer, most fans did not agree

Logan Paul might have recently confessed to walking out of Oppenheimer, but it’s not the first time he’s dissed a critically acclaimed movie for bizarre reasons.

The YouTuber went in on one of Jordan Peele’s films last year – going as far as calling it 'one of the worst movies I’ve seen in a long time'.

And just like with his opinions on the Christopher Nolan movie, few people were agreeing with him.

Paul criticised Peele’s Nope on X (formerly Twitter), attempting to point out multiple plot holes.

The 2022 horror/sci-fi movie has a run time of two hours and 10 minutes and stars Daniel Kaluuya and Keke Palmer.

It follows two ranch-owning siblings who recruit a tech salesman and a renowned cinematographer to try and capture and sell video evidence of an unidentified flying object.

The social media star wrote: “It’s not hard to conceptualize something disturbing (a trained Chimp goes animalistic and mauls an entire set, or a UFO devours anything in its path) — it IS hard to sensibly tie it to the plot, which was done remarkably poor here.”

In a 10-part tweet thread, Paul highlighted the issues he had with Nope.

Nope got a resound nope from Logan Paul.

These ranged from Daniel Kaluuya's 'vanilla' character, the business model behind Jupe's (Steven Yeun) creepy Western theme park, and the mysterious image of a shoe standing up on end.

There were some people who did agree with Paul’s review online, but a large portion certainly didn’t and explained why it maybe went over his head.

One person wrote: "Logan Paul who famously recorded a man hanging himself for views, misses the point of a movie about the exploitation of tragedy."

Another added: "Man who will do anything for a spectacle doesn't understand a movie about how doing/ignoring/capitalizing on bad things for spectacle is bad."

A third said: "Look everyone has their own taste but I'm sorry, I cannot understand how this was a confusing film to anyone unless they're only used to watching Marvel movies where the plot is spoon-fed to you."

Logan Paul's opinions weren't hugely popular.
Logan Paul/Instagram

Rotten Tomatoes currently lists Nope as 83 percent, which means it’s been certified as fresh.

Paul recently revealed his exit from watching Oppenheimer during an episode of his Impaulsive podcast.

But apparently this wasn’t due the mammoth runtime, but because ‘everyone’s just talking’.

“I didn’t know what they were trying to… What are you doing? Everyone's just talking," said Paul, mimicking the action of open mouths with his hands.

Everyone’s entitled to their opinions on media and Logan is of course well within his rights not to enjoy a film – even if those films are incredibly popular.

Oppenheimer currently sits at 93 percent on Rotten Tomatoes.

Featured Image Credit: Christian Petersen/Getty Image / Eugene Gologursky/Getty Images for 2023 Tribeca Festival

Topics: Logan Paul, Celebrity, Film and TV