Bigbug’ Review: Netflix’s New Sci-Fi Farce Is A Bad Black Mirror Episode!

Hello Readers! Today, we will pour some lights on the recently released French movie named Bigbug, Bigbug Review its awesome which was directed by Jean-Pierre Jeunet who has an addiction to mix different elements in one film.

It’s not necessary that every film made by the directors will be the bull’s eye shot, sometimes directors also made wrong choices, and unfortunately Bigbug Review was the one!

To know the reviews and synopsis of the sci-fi film, scroll down!

Bigbug Review
Bigbug Review

What ‘Bigbug’ All About

The dramatic French movie take you in the year 2045, where robotic servants help out with household chores from cooking to cleaning your pipes. When one of the security robot’s brand, the “Yonyx” was looking to take control over the robotic servants. Humans are captivated in their own protection by their household robots.

Yonyx wanted to replace humans and tried to set up a non-human only robotic generation, and for that it also forced hostages of a bunch of people including a divorced couple and some teens!

So, folks will the hostages able to escape or not comment below!

When Will The Movie Landed

BigBug was already aired on Netflix on 11th February 2022 and consists of 1 hour 51 minutes. The movie was released in French language with English subtitles, so on the subtitles if you are not bilingual.

Overall the movie wants to convey that , “humans are too dependent on technology”.

Here is the trailer clip of the film, check it out if you didn’t watched it yet,

https://youtu.be/N-sWlgFhUGo

Let’s Talk About Reviews

As we mentioned the creator of the film loves to mix elements, and as per the saying this brand new movie was a mixture of comedy, cultural commentary and sci-fi thriller.

And due to the presence of too many emotions the movie doesn’t get good ratings and reviews.

According to Rotten Tomatoes, the film got 44% reviews with an average rating of 5.8.Another rating site, Metacritic also gave 49 score out of 100 including 11 critics.

And, according to the reviews the newly launched sci-fi film was pronounced a bad Black Mirror Episode!

What About Casting

Elsa Zylberstein plays the role of Alice, Youssef Hajdi as Victor, Stéphane de Groodt as Alice’s date Max, Claire Chust as Victor’s fiancee Jennifer, Marysole Fertard as Nina and Hélie Thonnat as Leo.

Hence, stay in touch to get more updates!

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