Netflix advice

Discussion in 'Gear' started by TitanJeff, Dec 9, 2009.

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  1. Gunny

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    Its about a month old. Since the last FW update i think.
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  2. Hoffa

    Hoffa Not Family?Then freak you you freakin' freak

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    It's not that limited. They don't have the latest releases, but they do have new movies 2009. Mall Cop is on there. A lot of new movies that I would never have rented, but watched on there and liked them. And TV shows, BBC, documentaries, etc, I can always find something to watch...
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  3. Fry

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    sweet! im glad jeff made this thread, otherwise i would have never known.
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  4. Gunny

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    google it. I am not sure how it works but I believe you need to put a disk in for some reason, at least until next year.
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  5. GoT

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    been with Netflix for years. Definatly worth the price IMO.
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  6. Fry

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  7. Coov

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    I have gotten Netflix recently. Definitely worth it! I bought the Sony BDP that streams and have enjoyed that aspect more than the actual disks. We have been streaming a lot of old TV shows... Battlestar Galactica, The Incredible Hulk, Buck Rogers... I highly recommend it! I only do one disk at a time and that is plenty. I put a disk in to return this Wed AM and I would expect the next on my list by Friday. It is that quick! Upgrade to Blu-ray is 2 bucks more.
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  8. OhioStomper

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    I use to do the 3 at a time, but discs started to just lay around here forever before I would watch them. I do one at a time now and it works perfectly.
    The PS3 streaming is super simple. You just tell them you want a disc, you have it the next day. First time you pop it in you enter all your account info. From that point on when you put it in it brings up your que that you create online. You just pick the movie you want and off you go. It's awesome, I can't wait for all movies to be available. Their catalog of instant watch movies is pretty strong and gets bigger all the time. 8.99 a month is almost a steal.
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  9. SEC 330 BIPOLAR

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    Pineapple Express is on instant streaming... it's kind of a modern day Cheech & Chong story... well, more like Cheech and Chong meets Pulp Fiction... do you like violence? want to watch me stick nine inch nails through both of my eyelids? :evil:
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  10. VolnTitan

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    Potential big negative for Netflix. They have agreed with Warner Bros (I believe) to delay offering some of their movies. "The Invention of Lying" won't be available until next week although it was released over a month ago.
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