Review: Psychological illusionist soars on new Netflix special 'Miracle' Special

Posted Jun 25, 2018 by Markos Papadatos
On June 22, 2018, British psychological illusionist Derren Brown premiered his show "Miracle" on Netflix. Digital Journal has the scoop.
Derren Brown s Netflix special  Miracle
Derren Brown's Netflix special "Miracle"
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The British mentalist is extremely well-spoken, and he truly reinvents the concept of "faith healing," and makes it fresh and relevant. Unlike many of his contemporaries in the field, Brown is able to delve beyond the surface, and he is able to touch his viewers on an emotional level.
His demonstrations in Miracle will leave his fans and viewers in total disbelief, as he immerses them into his world of psychological illusion. There is simply nobody else like him.
Most recently, as Digital Journal reported, Brown was honored with the "The Chase Award for Unique Theatrical Experience" at the 2018 Drama Desk Awards for his critically acclaimed theatrical performance in Secret (Atlantic Theater Company) in New York City.
The Verdict
Overall, Miracle by Derren Brown is one of those shows that will leave audiences spellbound. Without giving too much away, this is a show that deserves more than just a passing glance. There is something in it for everybody, especially since it is clever, witty, daring and entertaining. This Netflix special is highly recommended for all fans of magic, illusion, mentalism and Derren Brown. Miracle is solid from start to finish, and it earns two giant thumbs up.