Post by taranofprydain on Mar 22, 2017 22:35:59 GMT
That it is. i don't know if it is possible but I have heard that they have software so you can get into US only sites, and if you can do that take a look at Filmstruck and Warner Archive instant. They are US only (supposedly) but their selections are excellent.
yeah and you would kind of think there would be a lot of pretty good stuff that they could get the rights to at a fairly decent price
No doubt, but Netflix margin are so thin (186.68 in net income in 2016, on annual revenue of over 8.5 billion) at the moment that a decent library of old stuff would probably put them in the red and would need to keep/bring new enough users to justify it.
Post by Johnny_Hellzapoppin on Mar 30, 2017 9:00:24 GMT
Agreed, although I'm talking from the perspective of the Ireland/UK version. I flick through on occasion to see if any of the older best picture winners I haven't seen are available and I almost never see one.
Post by theycallmemrfish on Apr 6, 2017 3:32:41 GMT
I constantly see Classics when I log on to browse. I'd say it's quite the opposite, I wish they had more quality recent releases available... I swear most every 2016/17 release is straight-to-dvd quality.