I’ve been very disappointed with a lot of Netflix’s sci-fi releases, especially when it comes to movies, and so came in to this with low expectations, even if I was quite interested in watching it. By the director of Gattaca, it feels stylish in that same way, and has an interesting premise — our eyes now include an overlay of info, and record everything. I won’t say that it blew me away, but I enjoyed watching it. This is the kind of sci-fi content I’d like to see more of, giving interesting creators a chance to do something on what looks like a mid-tier budget. (Although I guess that didn’t work out for Mute.)