Stephen Dunn

Directed by David Guy Levy. “The Mandela Effect” Was released in theaters on December 6th, 2019. “The Mandela Effect” is a Drama Sci-Fi film that has a 5.7 rating according to IMDB.

For those who are not aware the Mandela Effect is when a large number of people share a false memory, originally attributed to the existence of multiple universes. It got the name Mandela Effect when a large group of people had false memory that a celebrity named Nelson Mandela passed away in the 80s but Mandela actually died in 2013.

“The Mandela Effect” is a movie about a man who starts to question reality when he becomes obsessed with facts and events that thousands of other people have experienced after his daughter died.

The movie is based around the beliefs that there is a computer that control’s time and that   there are parallel universes and anything that happens in one world the opposite happens in another universe. The main belief in this movie is that life is somewhat a simulation.The Cast of the movie “The Mandela Effect” does not have any big names. The cast includes actor Robin Taylor, Clark Peters, Aleska Palladino and others.
Honestly I think for the viewer to enjoy the movie they would have to have an open mind. The Movie is very in depth and deep. What makes the movie so deep is just the beliefs and jaw dropping moments. Trust me there were a lot of jaw dropping moments. Another thing about the movie that I enjoyed was how unpredictable the movie was.

We asked Batavia High Schooler, Luke Maxfeild what he thought of the movie on a scale of 1 – 5, 5 the best. Luke had said “he would rate it a 4″. I also asked him do you think the belief in the movie “Mandela Effect” that life is a simulation ran by a computer sounds real? “No it sounds stupid” said Luke while he was chuckling. The Last question I asked was “Would you recommend others to watch it” Sure” Luke said sounding un-sure.