We Lost Our Human Review 2023 Tv Show Series Cast Crew Online
The streaming service giant Netflix has been able to accomplish feats that were not even imaginable with traditional cable television decades ago. Each and every other streaming service on the market has adopted bingeing and the ability for viewers to schedule their own viewing times. Netflix, though, hasn’t stopped there. To add to their reputation, they recently bought video game studios. Although ‘We Lost Our Human’ isn’t really a video game, it gives an experience quite similar to one. An encounter that, at this time only Netflix appears to be willing to provide.
The interactive animated movie ‘We Lost Our Human’ was created and directed by Chris Garbutt and Rikke Asbjoern. Ben Schwartz, Ayo Edebiri, Lauren Tom, Henry Rollins, Matthew Cardarople, and Jon Glaser are among the cast members. In the movie, Pud and Ham, a cat and a dog compete for their master’s attention, a lady they refer to as simply “Human.” During a horrible day of waiting for Human to return home, an awful catastrophe transpires that wipes out the whole human race from the cosmos. In order to save their owner from oblivion, the two pets must go off on an adventure.
‘We Lost Our Human’ makes use of the successful comedic storytelling style that has helped so many shows in recent years prosper. Since ‘Adventure Time’, this style of storytelling has been popular, but the well-known ‘Rick and Morty’ series significantly elevated it. These kinds of tales are entertaining because they are so random. Nothing is out of the writers’ reach, and they are free to do whatever they choose. These stories don’t have to follow a logical progression of ideas. They simply lob objects against the wall to see what sticks. If nothing sticks, just keep going at a quick enough pace that the audience won’t have time to stop and think about it. ‘We Lost Our Human’ does exactly this.
‘We Lost Our Human’s entire premise is, alas, just pure gibberish from a narrative perspective. It might be useful for young children to keep them from getting bored. Sure, the series has well utilized the most famous trend – The multiverse, but it also undermines every notion of stakes in the fiction that employs them. Because of the fast pace, the plot frequently ends before restarting. Perhaps if this had been done in shorter sections, the experience would have been more like a TV season than a movie.
In addition, the film is simply too long for this format. ‘We Lost Our Human’ is around two hours long, in contrast to the iconic ‘Bandersnatch’. ‘We Lost Our Human’, on the other hand, bombards us with a comedic sketch every few minutes, unlike ‘Bandersnatch’, which had a story that was easy to follow. The movie is frightened to go slowly lest the audience understands there is no point in anything that’s happening.
When you reach the hour mark in ‘We Lost Our Human’, all you can think about is when this will all be over. There are a lot of humorous sketches, but they don’t add up to anything coherent. Sadly, there is also a lot of repetition because the same concepts and teachings are repeated throughout. This is more of an endurance test than anything else due to the haphazard and disorganized writing. ‘We Lost Our Human’ lacks any resemblance to a good tale since it is too chaotic and random. Although it’s an engaging experience, the majority of people will grow impatient as the plot drags and events repeatedly circle back on themselves.