Figure there will be people more raring to go at it than FLY, but seems like spoilers is the 'place to be' since there are two twists (well, one is more of a reveal, the one at the end I figure is the twist) that sort of reframe the film in the moment and then in hindsight.
Personally feel like it would have been more interesting if we don't get the one at the end, just sitting with the idea that the bad good Lupita (who I guess is actually the good bad Lupita) has this inside her all the time and they end up coming out the more the Tethered push her. But maybe it's more in the cinematic tradition to have the twist come out to play.
I will spoiler the next bit, but the reveal that comes midway through, at what I feel is the strongest part of the whole thing (and not just because Timmy H and Ellie M absolutely crush it, and the full on reveal that his boat is named "Byacht'ch"), because I'm going to mention the end of The Invitation from a few years back. Much like at the end of that film, the middle portion here gets to pull out of what could be way more insular. But it actually is able to capitalize on that and see it through since the back half of this becomes much more about the invasion of the Tethered, while in The Invitation we just get that larger threat and it ends. Though, as I write and reflect, maybe it does work better there, certainly more than the ending to this one. Either way, it's cool that it then kind of becomes an apocalypse film for a bit, and it's nice to see Peele stretch his legs because Get Out felt pretty bland throughout. Not sure there's much more to the visuals at parts besides looking cool, but they frame tone, which is when the film succeeds the most.
Scattered thoughts, might ponder on it some more.