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Death to 2020

2020 . Comedy . 1h 11m

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About the movie

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2020: A year so [insert adjective of choice here], even the creators of Black Mirror couldn't make it up… but that doesn't mean they don't have a little something to add. This comedy event that tells the story of the dreadful year that was — and perhaps still is? The documentary-style special weaves together some of the world's most (fictitious) renowned voices with real-life archival footage.

Actors:

Samuel L. Jackson, Hugh Grant, Lisa Kudrow, Kumail Nanjiani, Tracey Ullman

Director:

Al Campbell, Alice Mathias

Rated:

TV-MA

Writer:

Charlie Brooker (created by), Annabel Jones (created by), Charlie Brooker, Tom Baker, Kemah Bob, Ken Bordell, Munya Chawawa, Constance Cheng, Alan Connor, Erika Ehler, Charlie George, Eli Goldstone, Mollie Goodfellow, Jason Hazeley, Angelo Irving, Kae Kurd, Alison Marlow, Thanyia Moore, Joel Morris, Michael Odewale

Language:

English

Release:

27 Dec 2020

Reviews

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Svend Nielsen

1 week ago

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Not my kind of humour.. It's a bad Mockumentary about an even worse year! I think it would be better to just ignore and forget it. I can't recommend the movie.

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Mads Dalgaard

1 week ago

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Glimrende satirisk indslag om et år der bare skal lægges bag os. Samtidig er der fremragende skuespillere inde over, kombineret med faktion om året der gik. Jeg var underholdt og der var mange grin undervejs, hvilket man ikke kan sige om selve året.

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S Aranda

1 week ago

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EEUU, UK, México y Dulok comparten el mismo nivel de inteligencia en sus gobiernos, y este mockumentary lo cuenta de manera fluida e inteligente. Para reír y pensar.

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Thomas Rugg

2 weeks ago

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Came across as an overproduced screen wipe that had been netflixified, usually love Brooker but the delivery seemed off here. Joke repetition, half hearted meta Netflix humour ( don't bite the hand that feeds you I guess). There was some good bits but it tried hard to appeal to both sides of the pond and ended delivering a wierd mix of British and American humour.