Good concept, poorly executed.
A different way of telling a story
There is, somehow, an interesting story here, as well as some good acting. There are also some good scenes
The movie turns out to be a little better than the average. Starting from a romantic formula often seen in the cinema, it ends in the most predictable (and somewhat bland) way.
If you've ever thought about the world and where it's possibly heading, this is your show. If you've ever thought at all, this is your show. True art of our time.
I request the makers to please make more episodes. What the hell how come they think like that. Such a original thinking. Just hands off to you guys.
Every episode is a journey starting slowly and then getting pace.
No living person should miss it.
Viewers expecting a gleeful, feel-good television show will not find one in Charlie Brooker's "Black Mirror", a technology centric Netflix series drenched in disturbing realities, social commentary and possible near-future outcomes. It is also a brilliantly-written anthology that serves as a 21st century Twilight Zone of sorts. Each season builds around several aspects of modern tech and how we humans may abuse them and how that tech may haunt us come a few decades. Yes, there have been one or two letdowns over the show's four year run, but all of them address key issues regarding modern day life and societal flaws, always remaining relevant and connected in some way. It's intimate and mature portrayal of people's lives affected by rogue tech is often disturbing, but thought-provoking and logical nevertheless. Its a pessimistic, often times depressing viewing, but its so effectively brought to life and so authentic, that it makes you think... a lot.
A show that is shocking, emotional, disturbing, and entertaining at the same time. Some episodes may go a bit too far for some teenagers, so they may not be ready yet. Adults should be fine watching it if they are okay with shocking films.