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Old 11-04-2023, 11:45 AM
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Originally Posted by Malloric View Post
There's a few TV shows that might be worth it. The Man in the High Castle, Bosch, Mozart in the Jungle, P.K Dick's Electric Dreams, Counterpart.
Second Mozart in the Jungle, may be ripe for a rewatch. Good Omens was great television, too.
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Old 01-29-2024, 06:14 AM
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Originally Posted by Igor Blevin View Post
That is a good point. Who has a lot of content at a good price? Everything seems so limited on content. When Netflix was new, they had EVERYTHING. Slow, but one price and you could watch anything. No more, since the content is so compartmentalized these days.
True, netflix has gown downhill. I wouldn't pay for that these days. They might need to bring back Blockbuster Video, like an online version or something.
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Old 01-29-2024, 01:57 PM
Location: Knoxville, TN
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Originally Posted by paracord View Post
My entire collection is now in Amazon Prime, but then again I buy all my movies, and I only watch classics.
I hate "owning" what I can't physically possess. When you "own" digital content that is stored off site, you are always one step away from losing it all entirely. They can change policies. They can sell the division to a different parent company who no longer abides by the old rules. I haven't seen such problem yet, but I am deeply concerned about that happening.

The only digital content I "buy" are kindle ebooks, and I know fully well the entire collection that I "own" can be wiped out in an instant. I am willing to live with that for books. Not so much for my movie collection. I re-watch movies. I rarely do the work to re-read books.
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Old 02-03-2024, 05:38 PM
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I have amazon prime mostly for buying stuff. But the Amazon Prime movies are not always a good find depending on my mood. I almost always end up either renting a new movie not in Prime yet or I watch old stuff from Roku that has commercials.
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