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Netflix instant movie suggestions

Discussion in 'Entertainment, Culture, and Sports' started by abeezy21, Dec 22, 2010.

  1. Anthony K

    Anthony K Senior member

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    Spartacus !!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Yup!! Thanks to Netflix instant I was able to watch Gods of The Arena. [​IMG] Now that they have the first season on instant I might have to go back and rewatch it.
     
  2. Sid

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    Valhalla Rising.

    Too bad Withnail & I isn't available to watch instantly. Will have to add to my list
     
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    [​IMG] found this under newly available; a true surprise, very poetic.
     
  5. onion

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    I highly suggest the following two documentaries:

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    and

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  6. amstokesdb9

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    Just watched the Cocaine Cowboys and Aryan Nation documentaries, both were highly enjoyable.
     
  7. abeezy21

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    Californication & Parks and Recreation ...... good stuff
     
  8. Saul Silver

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    Exit Through the Gift Shop is amazing. Although I still can't believe Thierry is a real person. [​IMG]
     
  9. Anthony K

    Anthony K Senior member

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    Just watched the Cocaine Cowboys

    That's my favorite documentary.
     
  10. cheessus

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    just watched paul mccartney is dead. it brought teh lolz.
     
  11. Pennglock

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    I just saw that The Mysterious Cities of Gold is on instant. This was my absolute favorite show as a kid. I may watch an episode and see if the taste of my 6 year old self holds up. All I remember is a golden condor airplane and awesome music...


    http://instantwatcher.com/

    Woah, awesome. Thanks for this link.
     
  12. bigrig

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    visual accoustics-julian shulman
    helvetica
    exit through the gift shop
     
  13. matik23

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    I recommend the Bill Hicks stand up special. It has four of his standup performances, all hilarious and ahead of his time.

    Cabin Fever 2 is good also if you're into awful b horror films.
     
  14. Slopho

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    So I was reading the Journal a couple of days ago and they had an article discussing how Showtime is now only going to stream series that have concluded. I have a feeling more and more content providers will follow suit unfortunately. It reminds me of the way the record industry fought against MP3 and downloadable music for so long.
     
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    So I was reading the Journal a couple of days ago and they had an article discussing how Showtime is now only going to stream series that have concluded. I have a feeling more and more content providers will follow suit unfortunately. It reminds me of the way the record industry fought against MP3 and downloadable music for so long.

    I agree; we can start forgetting about free/cheap streaming of TV contents. Hulu slowly moving to a payment based model, and Netflix is losing a lot of content. I even see YouTube becoming this way in the future.

    I remember reading somewhere not long ago, that a new advanced facial recognition algorithm that MS is developing will allow companies to trace file shearers and if this becomes main stream, torrents will cease to exist as well.
     
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    All of the X Files are leaving in April, better get them in now!
     
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    Exit Through the Gift Shop is amazing. Although I still can't believe Thierry is a real person. [​IMG]
    I think amazing is a strong word. It was good at showing how hype and talent don't really go hand in hand in the art world.
     
  18. Pilot

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    They have every season of 3rd Rock From the Sun. Brilliant show.
     
  19. matik23

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    Thierry isn't a real person. He portrays the joke that is modern art. Look at all those people at Thierry's art show, where that one hipster fag goes "That Campbell's soup spray can is so different and new." Banksy obviously planned all this and took a shit on the whole scene.
     
  20. Slopho

    Slopho Senior member

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    Would you pay $30 to see a (single) movie at your home only 60 days after it has been released in theaters?
     

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