History YMMV / BlackMirror

19th Sep '17 11:34:52 AM SantosLHalper
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** In Brazil, "Isso é tão Black Mirror." ("This is so Black Mirror.") Whenever something on the internet reminds them of the series, they say the line.

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** In Brazil, "Isso é tão Black Mirror." Mirror" ("This is so Black Mirror.") Whenever something on the internet reminds them of the series, they say the line.Mirror"), said in reaction to a strange or surreal event.



** The "just like Black Mirror" meme in the UK (typically used in the same vein as "[[Literature/NineteenEightyFour 1984]] was not an instruction manual") took on a very meta meaning in the wake of PigGate - an event that bore striking resemblance to the very first episode of the show - leading to Charlie Brooker himself using a version of the meme on Twitter.

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** The "just like Black Mirror" meme in the UK (typically used in the same vein as "[[Literature/NineteenEightyFour 1984]] was not an instruction manual") took on a very meta meaning in the wake of PigGate "[=PigGate=]" - an event that bore striking resemblance to the very first episode of the show - leading to Charlie Brooker himself using a version of the meme on Twitter.
19th Sep '17 6:13:55 AM lilithmercy
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*** Similarly, "This episode of Black Mirror sucks" in English speaking online circles when something in real life seems dystopian.
7th Jul '17 9:03:43 PM WaterBlap
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* MemeticMutation: In Brazil, "Isso é tão Black Mirror." ("This is so Black Mirror.") Whenever something on the internet reminds them of the series, they say the line.
** Once Usefulnotes/DonaldTrump was elected and ''Black Mirror'' comparisons stopped being a localized phenomenon, [[MemeAcknowledgment the show's Twitter]] [[https://twitter.com/blackmirror/status/796192757836554240 had to respond that no]], [[ThisIsReality this wasn't an episode with a]] CruelTwistEnding or ViralMarketing.

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* MemeticMutation: MemeticMutation:
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In Brazil, "Isso é tão Black Mirror." ("This is so Black Mirror.") Whenever something on the internet reminds them of the series, they say the line.
** Once Usefulnotes/DonaldTrump was elected and ''Black Mirror'' comparisons stopped being a localized phenomenon, [[MemeAcknowledgment the show's Twitter]] [[https://twitter.com/blackmirror/status/796192757836554240 had to respond that no]], [[ThisIsReality this wasn't an episode with a]] CruelTwistEnding or ViralMarketing.
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20th Jun '17 4:34:28 AM jormis29
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* RetroactiveRecognition: Jem (Tuppence Middleton) from "White Bear" is known best as Riley in ''Series/Sense8'', while Selma (Hannah John-Kamen) from "Fifteen Million Merits" is Dutch in ''Series/{{Killjoys}}".

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* RetroactiveRecognition: Jem (Tuppence Middleton) from "White Bear" is known best as Riley in ''Series/Sense8'', while Selma (Hannah John-Kamen) (Creator/HannahJohnKamen) from "Fifteen Million Merits" is Dutch in ''Series/{{Killjoys}}".
17th Jun '17 7:53:01 PM Eagal
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* [[GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff China Loves Black Mirror]]: The show has a pretty big following in China, where the series has been subject to rave reviews, including the claim that it's "better than a masterpiece".

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* [[GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff China Loves Black Mirror]]: GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff: The show has a pretty big following in China, where the series has been subject to rave reviews, including the claim that it's "better than a masterpiece".
8th Jun '17 11:58:16 AM momur
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** The "just like Black Mirror" meme in the UK (typically used in the same vein as "[[Literature/1984 1984]] was not an instruction manual") took on a very meta meaning in the wake of PigGate - an event that bore striking resemblance to the very first episode of the show - leading to Charlie Brooker himself using a version of the meme on Twitter.

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** The "just like Black Mirror" meme in the UK (typically used in the same vein as "[[Literature/1984 "[[Literature/NineteenEightyFour 1984]] was not an instruction manual") took on a very meta meaning in the wake of PigGate - an event that bore striking resemblance to the very first episode of the show - leading to Charlie Brooker himself using a version of the meme on Twitter.
8th Jun '17 11:57:59 AM momur
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** The "just like Black Mirror" meme in the UK (typically used in the same vein as "[[Literature/1984 1984 was not an instruction manual") took on a very meta meaning in the wake of PigGate - an event that bore striking resemblance to the very first episode of the show - leading to Charlie Brooker himself using a version of the meme on Twitter.

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** The "just like Black Mirror" meme in the UK (typically used in the same vein as "[[Literature/1984 1984 1984]] was not an instruction manual") took on a very meta meaning in the wake of PigGate - an event that bore striking resemblance to the very first episode of the show - leading to Charlie Brooker himself using a version of the meme on Twitter.
8th Jun '17 11:57:39 AM momur
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** The "just like Black Mirror" meme in the UK (typically used in the same vein as "[[Literature/1984 1984 was not an instruction manual") took on a very meta meaning in the wake of PigGate - an event that bore striking resemblance to the very first episode of the show - leading to Charlie Brooker himself using a version of the meme on Twitter.
2nd May '17 1:16:52 PM Matoking
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** The [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sF_kZKVppw0 second series trailer]] starts off as a parody of iPhone / iPad-style commercials, but even before the 'gritty' imagery starts being threaded through, the fake and hollow StepfordSmiler nature of the shiny happy people using the technology is increasingly creepy enough by itself. There's also a computer generated voice that is modified to sound almost, but not quite, like a man's voice, making the repeated mantra of '[Something] more' delivered in a blandly emotionless voice gradually unsettling.

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** The [[http://www.[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sF_kZKVppw0 com/watch?v=iHgEJeINo-Y second series trailer]] starts off as a parody of iPhone / iPad-style commercials, but even before the 'gritty' imagery starts being threaded through, the fake and hollow StepfordSmiler nature of the shiny happy people using the technology is increasingly creepy enough by itself. There's also a computer generated voice that is modified to sound almost, but not quite, like a man's voice, making the repeated mantra of '[Something] more' delivered in a blandly emotionless voice gradually unsettling.
7th Apr '17 8:37:51 AM igordebraga
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** Once Usefulnotes/DonaldTrump was elected and ''Black Mirror'' comparisons stopped being a localized phenomenon, [[MemeAcknowledgment the show's Twitter]] [[https://twitter.com/blackmirror/status/796192757836554240 had to respond that no]], [[ThisIsReality this wasn't an episode with a]] CruelTwistEnding or ViralMarketing.
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