Netflix in February 2017

Since it might be many months since i schedule this, (my blog) and the subsequent posts here  are some thoughts on netflix which i kind of last looked at in 2014 (i think) In the winter months there can much said about the quality compared to freeview television.  However i dont subscribe to netflix often and have fresh eyes.  Long term subscribers might think meh about choices.

Value for Money/Problems

Netflix is cheaper for me than renting dvd’s from my library however Uzumusza limelight is not in netflix, or some amercan independent film i will not mention that i had an interest in, both of those missing titles is something i can live without seeing or wait for.

I cant’ play netflix on linux (drm) so that’s a minus point from 2014 when i could..

tng

tng

One issue that is not netflix’s is the presentation of star trek tng they have the old television version not the version on dvd which apparently was improved from the source.  Next time some hollywood executive claims remastering is not profitable there not selling ir correctly and …

So it looks a bit odd on a new tv.  – Blame is assigned elsewhere to other persons and not netflix here.

Final Thoughts

Television – including cable is a time sink when you see something runs for thirty minutes you just know you usually double that.   There’s a reason why i record and watch back (my blog) stuff,

I will suggest:(some are older) some titles in further posts.

Overall i like the content on netflix.

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