17. Season 2, Episode 1: “Be Straight Back”
We suggest this episode, and all sorts of the ones that follow, with zero reservations. Featuring Hayley Atwell and Domhnall Gleeson, “Be Right Back” is another glance at the characteristics which make us us.
16. Season 4, Episode 2: “Arkangel”
This episode has got the best setup of any “Black Mirror,” and appears poised to introduce a savage review of over-parenting. Nonetheless it does not escalate the maximum amount of it to, and can’t quite live up to its brilliant concept as we expected.
15. Season 1, Episode 2: “Fifteen Million Merits”
This twist on “american mobs that are idol”-style gorgeously acted by Jessica Brown Findlay and a pre-“Get Out” Daniel Kaluuya, and their chemistry helps offer familiar classes about literal rounds of exploitation. We consider this episode every time we ride a fitness bicycle, which probably is not frequently enough.
14. Season 1, Episode 1: “Nationwide Anthem”
This suggest small story feels most of the meaner as it’s very easy to assume it taking place in real world. It is a great first episode, because there isn’ better test of whether “Black Mirror” is for you personally.
13. Season 4, Episode 6: “Black Museum”
“Black Museum” references every past episode when you look at the anthology, however the ruthlessness with which it merges three vignettes into one story that is nasty. Letitia Wright and Douglas Hodge counter the ugliness with a few acting that is beautiful.
12. Season 4, Episode 5: Metalhead
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