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Speed
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According to Instantwatcher, it was added today. Anyway, thanks for reminding me. I just watched an episode of Voyager. Aaah, the memories.
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I watched Precious last night. Very, very sad.
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I think I've heard of that movie. Is it by any chance based on anything, by anyone?

Speaking of which, I think THIS wins the award for all time stupidest promotional tie-in. Apparently a new novel can be "based on" an identical previous edition of the same novel. Now that I know how that works, if you'd be so good as to dictate Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows to me as I sit at my word processor, I think it might just inspire me to write a bestseller.

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Is it a novelization of the movie, or a stand-alone and similar novel?
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quote:
Originally posted by T:man:
I watched Precious last night. Very, very sad.

Sick thing is that the mother deeply reminds me of my aunt, for horrible reasons. I felt that Mariah Carey's role was over represented in the advertising when the movie came out, so much attention for a role that did little while the teacher character and the examplary actress got little to no press. But yes, it was a very sad movie and an outstandingly good drama.
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For those of us who were children, or mildly childish during the early nineties the animated X-Men show is now streaming along with X-Men: Evolution.
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As well as The 90's spider-man cartoon, spider-man unlimited, and spectacular spider-man, also Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes, and The Silver Surfer. and pretty much any other Marvel cartoon you can think of, and several i didn't even know existed.
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All 5 seasons of Bones.
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I've just started Waking The Dead. I'm about 8 episodes in and so far I'm enjoying it: Cold Case meets CSI with the ensemble feel of NCIS and it's British so the acting is, you know, good, and the camera work not as overdone.
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Got to watch the 1950's movie So Young, So Bad. I admit that the only reason I turned it on is because I think Anne Francis is pretty, but despite being such an old film it is surprisingly progressive and relevant. An idealistic psychiatrist starts working at a home for troubled teenage girls, only to find sadists in charge who torture the girls rather than even attempt rehabilitation. They touch upon several topics that are still sensitive today, racism/nationalism, suicide, child molestation, child abandonment even sex for favors. Its an impressive film that holds up extremely well for sixty-one years old.
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I just wanna know when animaniacs is going to appear on netflix streaming. Deep Space Nine isn't streaming yet i wonder why it ok i just finished watching all seven seasons on http://www.allstepisodes.com/ so im ok but why the discrimination i know they have it because i was able to get it from netflix on dvd
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quote:
Originally posted by Marek:
As well as The 90's spider-man cartoon, spider-man unlimited, and spectacular spider-man, also Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes, and The Silver Surfer. and pretty much any other Marvel cartoon you can think of, and several i didn't even know existed.

I've been waiting forever for the nineties spider-man.

I no longer need friends [Big Grin]

(Also the Silver Surfer cartoon is all kinds of ridiculous)

ETA: For those of you who like spider-man I highly recommend Spectacular. It is my favorite spider-man cartoon ever.

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Effective September 1 (or technically, on your billing date after September 1), the unlimited streaming-plus-disc plan prices are all increasing. Technically, Netflix is eliminating the combination plans, leaving customers to have a streaming-only plan AND a disc-only plan if they want both formats. Personally, it's going to be a 60% increase ($8 for streaming plus $8 for one disc at a time).
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Good thing I only stream or else I would be POed.
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I just dont like the manner in which they are going about it, they state that one DVD at a time is 8$ and only streaming is 8$ so therefore having both should be 16$. That doesnt really scream "lets bargain this to provide a satisfactory offer to existing and future clientele."

More of a "shut up and sit down" approach in my opinion. My problem isnt with the increase perse, just the bull-headed manner in which they designed it and the statement they released. I would actually consider losing my DVD's but I just discovered The Wire, and well... I have to watch every single episode now.

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Netflix's future not too bright.
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quote:
Originally posted by Stone_Wolf_:
Netflix's future not too bright.

From the article,
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Pachter predicts Netflix's streaming content licensing costs will rise from $180 million in 2010 to a whopping $1.98 billion in 2012.

That's a biiiiig increase.

edit: But if liscencing fees for streaming online are where the costs are coming from, how come it's streaming + DVDs that are seeing such a big increase? DVDs as a market don't seem to be nearly as strong as they used to be.

Honestly I think the day will come where physical copies of our movies will be playing second fiddle to massive online media streaming services. At least until the zombie apocalypse happens, then all those who hoarded DVDs will be viewed as Gods when the internet stops functioning.

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God's of coasters maybe...I doubt the power will be up long after the zombie apoc.
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You hoard dvd's and low battery use portable dvd player's, I'll hoard toilet paper.

We will see who becomes God in zombieland.

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I hoard ammo...because anything you or anyone else can hoard that I need and don't have...well, you do the math. [Big Grin]
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The trailer for Blindness, starring Julianne Moore, Mark Ruffalo and Danny Glover. Its not streaming, but I was very impressed with this film and cant figure out why I havent heard of it in the last three years.

The trailer sets up the premise, but does not prepare an audience for the gravity of its story and plot elements. This is not a movie for kids or any over sensitive members of your family. What it is, is a dissection of human morality and its frailty in the face of weakness. The film makers did an excellent job of telling the story so I dont want to spoil any of it, just warning you that there is a good length in this long movie that is hard to watch.

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The day will come when there is as much available streaming as there is on DVDs. That day has not come yet. It REALLY hasn't come for the vast majority of things that I want to watch.

For that reason, I rejoice over the new price structure. I have used streaming maybe once in the past year, and I use the DVDs all the time. I am happily switching to a DVDs-only plan and saving almost six dollars a month.

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They just added Birdemic: Shock and Terror to the streaming list. This is truly a Manos/The Room/Troll 2 level cornucopia of awesome badness. If you want to add icing to the cake, there's also a Rifftrax for this movie. But with or without it, this movie is a scream. Watch it with friends.
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That's great news! I can't wait to watch Birdemic again.
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I finally watched Timer, I don't think I was impressed by the premise as many of you were but the cast was impeccable and I did enjoy the movie very much. I like the directors sense of humor, the scene where Emma Caulfield has trouble with automatic door at the supermarket hit my funny bone with precision.
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Memento...so good.

Timer, eh? I loved Emma Caufield from Buffy...I will check it out.

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I have to say, I never realized just how skinny Caulfield was until I watched Timer. Good for her for being healthy but someone needs to give that woman a sandwich.
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OMG
THE KILL POINT
amazing television i knew John leguizamo was a great actor but this just put him throught the roof same for Donnie Walberg and whole cast
dont miss this one

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Watching Leguizamo in Too Wong Foo, and then in his short lived character in Gamer will show just how dynamic his acting ability is.
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They added Mad Men recently, which I hear is good. I've also been watching Camelot, although there's only ten episodes and the series was cancelled,despite the amazing reviews.

Psych is also a good show, although it's been up for a while.

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This may be too late to be useful, but I was browsing my instant queue and noticed that one of my movies is expiring tomorrow, so I decided to watch it.

The movie was Witness for the Prosecution, and it was brilliant. A nicely plotted courtroom mystery with a truly unconventional twist ending. But better still, the colorful characters and witty dialogue made it more fun to watch than just about any other film I've seen in the genre. Wonderfully acted and directed, and the script is a classic demonstration of why Agatha Christie is one of the 20th century's most beloved authors.

If you're bored tonight, give it a shot. At least watch the first 10 minutes and see if you can bear to turn it off. Otherwise, add it to your DVD queue before they make you pay extra for it.

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So... I've been watching a lot of Star Trek: The Next Generation on Netflix.

Like, alot.

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quote:
I finally watched Timer, I don't think I was impressed by the premise as many of you were but the cast was impeccable and I did enjoy the movie very much. I like the directors sense of humor, the scene where Emma Caulfield has trouble with automatic door at the supermarket hit my funny bone with precision.
I loved how Timer completely ignored all the typical romantic comedy tropes.

That said...

WARNING: Don't watch Timer with a romantic interest with whom you are questioning the seriousness of your connection.

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Not related to netflix, but RA's warning...One of my first dates with my wife was to go see "The Last Kiss" in the theater...since we both really liked "Garden State" we figured for the same off beat, fun, moving, romantic comedy/drama...

Big mistake. Big. Mistake. Not a date movie at all, let alone a beginning of the relationship date movie.

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I never thought I would say this but, Wristcutters: A Love Story might be a better date movie than Timer.

Wristcutters trailer.

Also while on the topic of off kilter love stories, Good Dick is an amazing movie written, directed and starring Marianna Palka co-written and also starring Jason Ritter, John Ritter's son. I cannot praise this movie enough, its frank, its bitter and socially uncomfortable. Just like real life. Because of the provocative title I feel that I should say that there is no nudity and no sex scenes, dialogue doesn't get much worse than what is in the trailer.

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I just finished the first two seasons of Damages, I am happy that I waited to watch it as a marathon due to the very detail oriented plot twists and cliff hanger style. Between streaming Damages and getting The Wire through the mail I find myself in crime drama nirvana.
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quote:
Originally posted by Yebor1:
OMG
THE KILL POINT
amazing television i knew John leguizamo was a great actor but this just put him throught the roof same for Donnie Walberg and whole cast
dont miss this one

I'm watching The Kill Point right now, I love seeing all those familiar faces from The Wire.

ETA
I am about half way through, and Wahlberg is absolutely annoying.

[ August 05, 2011, 12:09 PM: Message edited by: AchillesHeel ]

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A bit of Fry and Laurie...awesome!
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quote:
Originally posted by pooka:
We've really enjoyed "Making Stuff", a four part Nova mini series. I was finishing the third and fourth episodes the other night and the kids were so engrossed they went back and watched the first two and headed into the third again.

We've been watching that too, at your suggestion, and it's a lot of fun. I especially enjoyed Episode 3. It's nice to see environmentalism focused on how things can get better, rather than how screwed we are. I really enjoyed seeing a piece on the subject that was exciting and inspiring, rather than depressing.

*****

I just finished watching Topsy Turvy with my wife, and we both loved it. The main plot involves the creation and production of Gilbert & Sullivan's The Mikado. But it's really more of a leisurely slice-of-life examination of late 19th Century London theater than a standard biopic.

It's also a movie that we're lucky was ever made. There's not much mainstream market for projects like this, but somehow they managed to get more time and money invested in it than there was ever a hope of making back. It was clearly a labor of love for someone. The result is an impeccably researched and relatively lavishly produced film, full of top-notch actors and scrupulous attention to detail.

It's a little long, and I wouldn't call it suspenseful. But it never drags and is fascinating and enlightening from start to finish, particularly if you've got any interest in the subject matter.

[ August 07, 2011, 10:00 PM: Message edited by: Speed ]

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Jim Henson's the Story Teller...makes me sad all over again that he died.
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They have the first two seasons of Reboot on netflix.
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I hate to keep monopolizing the thread, but a couple weeks ago I just streamed the most interesting movie I've seen in a long time. The movie was Nosferatu.

I don't know if I should admit this, but I think it was the first silent feature film I've ever seen all the way through. I watched it mainly to experience an important piece of culture, but I never expected to actually like it.

Much to my surprise, I was totally captivated by it. I didn't even notice time passing as I watched it. If anything, the silent, flickery black-and-white only enhanced the experience. More than a mere cultural relic, it was a really excellent film.

And the most surprising part was how much it's stuck with me over the past few weeks. I've seen various vampire movies, books and TV shows in the past. Some I've liked more than others. But this was the only thing I've ever seen that actually got me interested in vampire lore in general.

Since I saw it I've scoured the web for historical vampire legends, ordered the Werner Herzog remake of Nosferatu from Netflix, watched Shadow of the Vampire (a fictionalized movie about the making of Nosferatu), and I've even started reading Dracula. As much as I enjoyed Buffy and the like, it never had this effect on me.

The Herzog remake was also very good, in a different way, but it didn't get into my head the way the original did. And the remake isn't on streaming, so there's that.

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I never watched later seasons like 2 onwards of Futurama when it came out even though I love sci-fi and the Simpsons. I don't remember why though. Anyways, I'm really enjoying Futurama. It's really funny.
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Maybe Netflix won't be with us for much longer, but I guess we'll have to see. Hulu is great too. I watch current tv on it.
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i'm still a hulu guy. no homo.
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They just threw Tangled on streaming, which is one of my favorite Disney movies. If you haven't seen it yet, check it out!

Also, Star Trek: ToS, Voyager, and TNG are all up for streaming. Always entertaining.

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quote:
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They just threw Tangled on streaming, which is one of my favorite Disney movies. If you haven't seen it yet, check it out!

Great. I wanted to see that.
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quote:
Originally posted by Jeff C.:
Also, Star Trek: ToS, Voyager, and TNG are all up for streaming. Always entertaining.

I wish they had DS9. Amazon does, and since I have prime it doesn't cost me anything more than I'm already paying, but I'd rather give Netflix the buisness.
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Tangled was quite good, but the animation was so stunning it might be worth your while to order the dvd our blu-ray for the full experience.

Also if you need to catch up on some of Disney's best recent work, they had Toy story 3 on streaming last time I checked.

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I wish they had DS9, too. I'd love to watch that again after my Voyager run.

Tangled is amazing, and I am very tempted to buy it on bluray.

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