Black Mirror: Bandersnatch takes it to a new level. Your TV and your Remote become your world as you try to make the right decisions. And some of them are a little awkward.
Black Mirror: Bandersnatch on Netflix
Grab your remote and take control as a young programmer tries to get his fantasy novel based game ready for launch with a big company. But the more time he spends programming the more his own reality becomes distorted. You must help him decide what to do next.
Starring Fionn Whitehead (Him, Dunkirk), Craig Parkinson (Misfits, Watership Down), Alice Lowe (Prevenge, The World’s End), Asim Chaudhry (People Just Do Nothing, Click & Collect), Will Poulter (We’re the Millers, The Maze Runner), and Tallulah Haddon (Taboo, The Living and the Dead).
Black Mirror: Bandersnatch Review Conclusion
I would maybe watch it again – The truth is I went back and forth and back and forth through as many choices as I could. I forgot WHSmiths looked like that once. And as much as it was set in the 80’s it didn’t really feel like that’s where we were so that was kinda cool. I missed a choice at one point, wasn’t good. But good fun and you can keep playing till you get to a conclusion you’re fairly happy with or give up when you fail. But as fun as it was, and as involved (no chance of checking social media), the ending felt a little lacking in impact. Or at least the ending I ended with.
Lots of cups of tea, cereal and maybe a pop tart or two might see you comfortably through this one. Just don’t expect to be able to drop your remote out of reach as you settle down to watch. You’re gonna wanna keep hold of that thing.
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