That’s not to say Netflix’s pliable film is boring. It’s not. It’s clever, self-aware, well-made and engaging until you’re sent back to an earlier timeline, over and over, then made to relive similar scenarios, over and over. It’s just … frustrating. Especially when you click on one choice and it gives you the other. Either your remote’s batteries are dying, or you too are being controlled. Spooky or exasperating? You decide, of course. Sigh.
Source: L.A. Times – Entertainment News