Black Mirror - Season 2, Episode 03: The Waldo Moment
Season 2 continues to pick the action from the end of season 1, following the demise of Ash, Martha is very devastated, until a relived hope is introduced by a friend.
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New York Magazine/Vulture
October 02, 2018 The best Black Mirror episodes tiptoe along the tightrope between the plausible and the absurd, but "The Waldo Moment" loses its balance.Read in Source
October 02, 2018 It will be interesting and possibly terrifying to see how political discourse evolves as the Like generation not only comes of age, but becomes candidates.Read in Source
October 02, 2018 Joyless and never quite as clever as it fancies itself to be, there's little about "The Waldo Moment" that makes a strong enough argument for its existence, despite the boost the outlandish political climate might have given it.Read in Source
The New York Review of Books
October 02, 2018 "The Waldo Moment" is among the most unnerving of Black Mirror's portrayals of a future that closely parallels the present.Read in Source
October 02, 2018 The third instalment of Black Mirror 2.0 is the least sci-fi of the lot. It's also the weakest of the series, a disappointing attempt at political satire that's neither funny nor perceptive enough to stick in the memory.Read in Source
October 02, 2018 The final episode, "The Waldo Moment," was fantastically funny, mean, and sad.Read in Source
Daily Telegraph (UK)
October 02, 2018 The message that we may complain about our politicians but they're all we've got scored a bleak bulls-eye.Read in Source
October 02, 2018 Black Mirror is a show that challenges us to reappraise our world, and "The Waldo Moment" urges us to be wary of giving our power away to people who say the things we want to hear.Read in Source
September 04, 2018 The whole idea of this story is social media's relationship with politics. Its a good idea and one that Brooker writes with a sense of realism, but adding a touch of comedic satire too.Read in Source
October 02, 2018 The closest Black Mirror has to an agreed-upon misfire, this political spoof doesn't quite connect as it follows the rise of a Triumph, the Insult Comic Dog-like figure.Read in Source
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Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
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