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521. Posted: Thu 17th Nov 2011 08:42 GMT
Oh yea just added seasons 1-4 of Burn Notice.
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522. Posted: Thu 17th Nov 2011 09:17 GMT
Malcolm in the Middle is streaming on Netflix now (or maybe I just missed it and it's been on there for a long time)That was one of my favorite shows as a kid/young adult, and it still holds up today. In fact, it's probably even better now that I'm older.
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523. Posted: Thu 17th Nov 2011 09:28 GMT
I caught a few shows here and there on Nick At Nite and enjoyed them I was glad to see they put the series on stream as well. Probably start that after I finish Law & Order.
524. Posted: Thu 17th Nov 2011 11:45 GMT
Nice Malcom in the Middle is pretty good. Sometimes I felt it was hit and miss, but man when they hit it was hilarious.
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525. Posted: Thu 17th Nov 2011 11:59 GMT
Malclm in the Middle is one of my favourite shows of all time, and it makes me slightly jealous you are able to watch it on demand through Netflix in America.
The problem is, the series contains music the distributers weren't willing to clear for home video/DVD release.
That being said, Channel 5(star) in the UK are curently showing an episode a day, and they've already cycled back to the first series again. Currently, they are at the series where Francis is at the Ranch (a series made so much funnier with Kenneth Mars' Otto character).
I could gush about Malcolm in the Middle all day - the acting is brilliant, but it will always remain a favourite show of mine, no matter how many times it's repeated.
If you have the opportunity to watch Malcolm in the Middle on demand, do so.
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526. Posted: Thu 17th Nov 2011 12:43 GMT
If you try looking for any movies that actually made some money at the theater you won't likely find them on Netflix.
You shouldn’t just limit yourself only to movies that had big financial success. Some of the best movies ever were independent / bombed at the box office.
527. Posted: Thu 17th Nov 2011 12:55 GMT
Link79 wrote:If you try looking for any movies that actually made some money at the theater you won't likely find them on Netflix.You shouldn’t just limit yourself only to movies that had big financial success. Some of the best movies ever were independent / bombed at the box office.
This. There is a lot of good quality that doesn't just involve a huge Hollywood budget. Try doing some exploring. You are already paying for the service so what is there to lose in checking out some stuff you have never heard of before?
528. Posted: Thu 17th Nov 2011 13:37 GMT
The best movie I've seen on Netflix was probably Mrs. Doubtfire. That's obviously a good one but you don't see movies that popular very often.I guess If I've never heard of a certain movie I figure there's probably a good reason. Most likely it sucked.On occasion I'll find a decent one. I just hate when they remove stuff I was in the middle of watching.
Edited on Thu 17th November, 2011 @ 13:38 by Link79
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529. Posted: Thu 17th Nov 2011 20:05 GMT
I cannot understand how people have trouble finding good movies on Netflix's Instant service. There is a ton of stuff up there. I've watched and rated over 1700 films of Netflix, so the number of good unwatched movies on Instant for me is dwindling, but if you're not a film buff or obsessive movie viewer I cannot imagine feeling underwhelmed by Netflix's library.
Just looking at my "Watch It Again" category on the homepage:
Fearless (solid Jet Li movie)Edward ScissorhandsRed State (Kevin Smith's new DIY film. Incredible! A must watch for horror fans)Kick AssChinatownTwin Peaks (TV, not film, but still...)The ExorcistSession 9 (great horror film by Brad Anderson, director of The Machinist)Resevoir DogsDie HardGhost in the ShellDazed and ConfusedLabyrinthCarrieDark Days (awesome documentary on NY homeless with DJ Shadow score)Death Wish (Classic Charles Bronson)Teen WolfClockwork OrangeOne Flew Over the Cuckoo's NestThe TerminatorThe Mouth of Madness (campy but awesome John Carpenter film)The Secret of Nimh (great 80's Don Bluth animated film)All Dogs Go to HeavenDie HardFrom Dusk Til Dawn (co-directed by Tarantino and Robert Rodriguez)Big Trouble in Little China (another John Carpenter 80's camp classic)Misery (great thriller based on a Stephen King story)Meet The ParentsThe Machinist (creepy psychological thriller with a borderline scary performance from Christian Bale)Marathon Man (70's classic thriller with Dustin Hoffman)They Live (more Carpenter 80's sci-fi camp)The GraduateMetropolis (old Fritz Lang sci-fi silent)RobocopLittle Shop of HorrorsBigDead Man (Johnny Depp and Jim Jarmusch)The Dark Crystal (Jim Henson studio classic)Escape from New YorkLa Femme Nikita (Spy thriller from the director of The Professional)Network (from classic director Sidney Lumet)Superman: The MovieOnce Upon a Time in the WestThem (french horror/thriller)The Killing (Stanley Kubrick)Raging Bull (Dinero / Scorcese)Dog Day Afternoon (Al Pacino / Sidney Lumet)An American Werewolf In LondonThe FlyMidnight Cowboy (legendary Dustin Hoffman performance, "I'm Walkin Here!"BaseketballDo The Right Thing (Spike Lee classic)Fire and Ice (fantasy epic from Ralph Bakshi, master of adult animation)Creepshow (directed by George Romero of Night of the Living Dead, based on Stephen King stories)
This is only 2 of the pages for the "Watch It Again" section and does not even begin to represent the amount of great movies that I've watched and rated on Netflix. I promise you, there is a ton of awesome stuff on Netflix for all types of audiences/viewers. Do some research on film classics, Netflix has a ton of them!
Edited on Thu 17th November, 2011 @ 20:05 by lockelocke
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530. Posted: Wed 23rd Nov 2011 01:17 GMT
SAY HELLO TO MY LITTLE FRIEND!!!!! Scarface is now on instant one of Al Pacino's best movies.
531. Posted: Wed 23rd Nov 2011 01:33 GMT
If you update Netflix in the Wii Shop Channel, they've added a "Just For Kids" mode that features kid-friendly characters, shows, and interface that you can safely leave your kids alone with if need be. Very clunky and a lot of kinks to work out, but it's kind of fun to use and Shaun the Sheep is one of the featured characters, which is awesome.
The update also makes some minor improvements to regular Netflix as well.
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532. Posted: Mon 5th Dec 2011 00:04 GMT
Is it me or did the update made the video quality cleaner?
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533. Posted: Mon 5th Dec 2011 00:18 GMT
lockelocke you must have a LOT of time on your hands.
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534. Posted: Sun 18th Dec 2011 06:36 GMT
I started watching Deep Space Nine when it came on Netflix in October and it is AMAZING!!!! The first season was like Second was like Third was like AND NOW I'M AT THE 4TH AND I CAN'T STOP WATCHING!!!!!!
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535. Posted: Sun 18th Dec 2011 06:44 GMT
I'm getting bored with Netflix. They hardly ever update their TV shows to include new seasons. I'm thinking about switching to Hulu Plus. Is Hulu's selection more up to date?
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536. Posted: Sun 18th Dec 2011 07:00 GMT
From what I hear if you use Hulu plus on anything put the computer very few of their shows are available. I also like that Netflix is available on every electronic device that isn't black and white.
537. Posted: Sun 18th Dec 2011 08:53 GMT
tendoboy1984 wrote:I'm getting bored with Netflix. They hardly ever update their TV shows to include new seasons. I'm thinking about switching to Hulu Plus. Is Hulu's selection more up to date?From what I hear if you use Hulu plus on anything put the computer very few of their shows are available. I also like that Netflix is available on every electronic device that isn't black and white.
So the PS3 version of Hulu Plus has less content than the PC version? Why? It's the same service, regardless of the device you use.
I just wish Netflix would update their TV shows on a regular basis so they have all the current seasons. South Park only goes up to season 13, and Family Guy only goes up to season 7.
Edited on Sun 18th December, 2011 @ 08:54 by LordTendoboy
538. Posted: Sun 18th Dec 2011 08:54 GMT
Unless it's already down, Lord of the Rings The Two Towers was just put on there like a month or two ago. To claim there is nothing that made money in theaters is instantly countered with that. >_>
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539. Posted: Sun 18th Dec 2011 09:15 GMT
But that's one good movie out of a long list of direct-to-video crap. Netflix does have the StarsPlay movies, but I heard that's expiring in February.
540. Posted: Sun 18th Dec 2011 09:22 GMT
tendoboy1984 wrote:I'm getting bored with Netflix. They hardly ever update their TV shows to include new seasons. I'm thinking about switching to Hulu Plus. Is Hulu's selection more up to date?From what I hear if you use Hulu plus on anything put the computer very few of their shows are available. I also like that Netflix is available on every electronic device that isn't black and white.So the PS3 version of Hulu Plus has less content than the PC version? Why? It's the same service, regardless of the device you use.I just wish Netflix would update their TV shows on a regular basis so they have all the current seasons. South Park only goes up to season 13, and Family Guy only goes up to season 7.
THey only stream what is available on DVD at the time. Current seasons arent on DVD yet.
For example I am a big Law & Order SVU fan and they are currently on season 13. All they have on Netflix and DVD are seasons 1 - 12. The day season 12 was out to buy on DVD Netflix had it to stream.