Black Mirror: Bandersnatch
Science Fiction • 2018 • 1 hr 30 min
Each episode has a different scenario which can feel like a new journey...
I'm in the minority on this one, but interactive movies of this quality are rare to find these days. You get out what you put into it.
I did almost every ending but I gave up at the end cuz I was going crazy
This was really fun and well done, it made you think about free will and if your everyday life is free will.
I've never tried anything like it before. The novelty is great. The story is good.
You'll need lots of patience and persistence to see a good amount of what this interactive story has to offer. Not for everyone.
An interesting foray into a new mode of film. A fun, simple story, with cool effects and great characters. Watch if you like Black Mirror.
I like the concept and suggest trying it out but im more excited for the technology then story
Bandersnatch is amazing. This world of twists and turns will lead you to endings you never thought possible.
Loved the interactive feature and the multiple storylines. Bit annoying at some points but was good
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