Black Mirror: Bandersnatch | Official Trailer [HD] | Netflix

Black Mirror: Bandersnatch | Official Trailer [HD] | Netflix





Black Mirror: Bandersnatch.

In 1984, a youthful programmer starts to query actuality as he adapts a sprawling fantasy novel into a video clip match and before long faces a thoughts-mangling challenge. Welcome back.

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42 thoughts on “Black Mirror: Bandersnatch | Official Trailer [HD] | Netflix

  1. Okay I just watched this movie on a streaming service and there were no "choices" like people are talking about in the comments. I guess I missed out on the point of the movie cuz honestly it just sucked ass! Now I gotta watch it all over on Netflix! Fuck!

  2. The first time I watched it, I didn't do anything… I had no idea it's an interactive movie. Me and my brothers kept asking one another if he's in the game and why he didn't choose a better option. The whole time we thought he's in a loop or in a game… my brothers left a few hours later and I got bored. Lmao I was curious what the "exit to credits" was and to my surprise, I can actually choose routes 😂😂 It was too late cuz all options were already chosen but we start from the beginning anyway… 😞 and ended the movie… not sure if there's a different ending though

  3. I thought the future of soap operas was interactive, where women could vote what happens in the next episode, or at least chose a line they wish to follow.
    That never hapened. I think this concept is not going to make it. People chose to watch every single outcome anyways. Cool experiment tho. Makes people excited for a while.

  4. Everybody is acting like they see something like this for the first time. Like come on, nobody had ever played a TellTale game before ? There are some with very good quality…

  5. Wtf this is overrated because you can choose the options. But the storyline is less than mediocre and the story keeps jumping back and forward and fuck knows whats going on half the time. It was a waste of time…

  6. Aight but watching this and choosing I began to realise that if simulation theory is real, then the person controlling me is controlling me to control someone else and now I’m falling down a hole.

  7. The whole thing is about program and control. Like the guy says in the movie. The movie is interactive but being presented with two options does not mean you have free will or are in control. It gives you the illusion of control but the programmer presented two options, both of which can lead to the same conclusion. This is shown in one of the "choices". You never have control when presented with two options. Choice has nothing to do with free will. As long as I present you with two options, you will think you choose by free will but the programmer is always is in control. Program and Control. PAC man. The best thing to do when someone is trying to manipulate you by presenting you with two options is to not choose either.. It is the only way you gain control. By not choosing. That is always your third option when presented with a two options.

  8. After watching and choosing all the choices possible and being shocked about how much it changed the future and the whole theory of being in a ‘simulation’ just for our entertainment fucked me up and make me unable to sleep for 2 days, good job

  9. Black Museum was awesome. Started to wonder about the tie-ins being a bit much, but all worked perfectly as went along. Dare I say better than this? Just a tad… to way too tad much here. It is a great psycological adventure (not a bug, a feature per Zork "get lamp" and such.) A maze with a few too many twisty passages all alike. 80's Commodore pc lol. The Netflix lines were just too much. New season drop…….

  10. I've been looking around to look at how Bandersnatch is watched with it being interactive and all, but then I saw joysticks being used. I don't have joysticks. Does that mean I can't watch this?

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