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The first major misstep of the series, with White Bear and Waldo Moment being equally awful, predictable, and boring. The other two offer interesting tales that make it worth a watch
Be Right Back (3.5/5)
Though the ending wasn't too satisfying for me, the episode is, like other Black Mirror episodes, thought-provoking with a sense of melancholy and has pretty good performances by Hayley Atwell and Domnhall Gleeson.
White Bear (3.5/5)
The first half was kinda slow for me, then the second half happened and it kinda disturbed me.
The Waldo Moment (3/5)
Probably my least favorite episode so far in the series, but not a bad one, it still has interesting themes and good performances.
Seen bitter and horrible future.
Tech bless the world, tech spare the world.
Takes interesting concepts pairs it with amazing acting and then just attempts to manipulate an audience to believe that all technology and humanity is just inherintly bad with a single trace of good.
White Bear > Be Right Back > The Waldo Moment
S2 of BLACK MIRROR explores more of the futuristic, technology-driven world with the same thought-provoking revelations and chilling moments that will leave audiences quite disturbed.
You find it sad but irony. You find it cruel but indeed fact. You found it terrible but it really did. It feels like the second season focuses more on morality in each main character in each episode. The first episode is a tear-jerking, the second episode is so severe, and the third episode has a powerful satire. Good performance, brilliant writing, Black Mirror is still strong and inherent in society and its sarcastic technology.
Continua com a mesma qualidade. Destaque para "White Bear".
Black Mirror's second season might have a slightly weaker execution but stands out for its many ideas and haunting premonitions.
i see waldo actually happening at some point in the future and that is scary... and that's just the "easiest" episode of season 2 !