'Way over your head': Logan Paul trolled for calling Jordan Peele's 'Nope' 'confusing' and slow

'It's confusing because you lacked the required equipment to be able to enjoy a movie that makes you think,' someone bashed Paul on Twitter


                            'Way over your head': Logan Paul trolled for calling Jordan Peele's 'Nope' 'confusing' and slow
Logan Paul (L) is not impressed by Jordan Peele's (R) new movie 'Nope' (@loganpaul/Instagram/ Frazer Harrison/Getty Images for CinemaCon)
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Logan Paul is back at it with his shenanigans. He recently trolled Jordan Peele and Keke Palmer for their new movie 'Nope'. The horror thriller opened to a whopping $44 million in the first weekend, but Logan Paul didn't hesitate to slam it on Twitter. The original, R-rated, star-lite flick regained some box-office confidence for other directors, but the YouTuber/wrestler did not like the movie AT ALL. 

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The 27-year-old wrestler, who has also acted in several films, wrote on Twitter, "“NOPE” is one of the worst movies I’ve seen in a long time. I love Jordan Peele and Keke Palmer can act her ass off, but this movie is objectively slow and confusing with stretched themes that don’t justify the pace." He further criticized the movie saying that the storyline was "all over the place". The social media personality also blamed the movie makers for downplaying Barbie Ferreira and asked, "Why was she even in the movie?"

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The wrestler, who recently signed a contract with WWE, further wrote, "I can feel him (Jordan Peele) attempting to recreate the shock from Get Out and Us. Mystery, violent allure & cinematic choices made for the sake of reaction instead of legitimate contribution to the storyline killed this movie for me." Paul has acted in movies like 'The Space Between Us', 'The Thinning', 'Valley Girl', 'Airplane Mode', and more. His criticism was not taken well by the audience, who immediately trolled him for criticizing Peele, an acclaimed comedian and director, and reminded him of his own flops. 

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Logan Paul gets brutally trolled for slamming 'Nope'

One user wrote, "You were in The Thinning. Don’t ever speak on Jordan Peele again." Another angry user wrote, "Don’t you need to practice since you a wrestler now? Stay outta grown folks business because you really don’t want people to critique anything that you’ve ever done in your entire career as an influencer." Someone else wrote, "It's confusing because you lacked the required equipment to be able to enjoy a movie that makes you think."

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One user questioned Logan Paul's ability to understand the movie and wrote, "It’s ok. You aren’t the target audience for this type of movie. Not everyone is able to watch movies made for intelligent people or people who care about others and society." Another trolled Paul for not knowing what he is talking about and wrote, "It’s funny when someone thinks they know what they’re talking about and totally misses when talking about a film. Could have literally Googled it and it’d make sense." Someone added, "I haven’t seen it or even remotely know what’s it’s about, but I’m going to assume you thought it was bad because much of the point went way over your head lol"

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Some couldn't help but defend their favorite director and said, "Dude wrote and starred in THIS and is coming here to submit his thesis paper on the problems with a Jordan Peele movie." Another tweeted. "Read everything, whole heartedly disagree. This was Peele’s best work yet. Absolutely LOVED it. And to me, the least amount of questions when walking out of one of his films! It must be said, a lot of people do not like or have interest if it aliens/ufo’s. Said ppl can’t judge."

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