Black Mirror: Bandersnatch – Review

I like to reward innovation whenever I can, and it goes without saying that sometimes when you take a chance things don’t always work out as planned.

Then again, it takes cojones to do something seemingly counterintuitive yet believe in it enough to see it through (that doesn’t apply to the DCEU under Zach Snyder because that was an example of looking a gift horse in the mouth when you know it’s bad manners to do so.

Bandersnatch, the latest episode of Netflix’s sci-fi anthology series Black Mirror does some particularly fascinating things and while not all of its tricks are novel it typically approaches them with enough style and verve that you barely notice.

And as I enjoyed Bandersnatch immensely, so it goes without saying that I think you should give it a try.

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2 thoughts on “Black Mirror: Bandersnatch – Review

    1. It’s pretty awesome! Just go with it and keep in mind of one it’s themes, namely free will, or the lack thereof. Let me know when want you think!

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