[QUOTE=TSJnachos117;2663230]“Netfix is helping to fight piracy”? Weren’t they accused a few days ago for supplying pirated subtitles?
Of coarse, it’s been said here before, more legal alternatives generally means less piracy. Giving your customers the finger = more piracy.
However, I you’re old fashioned like me, odds are you prefer old-fashioned DVDs. If that’s what you want, and you live in America, Blockbuster is a much better deal. Netfix charges $15.98 for DVDs, while Blockbuster charges $9.99-$19.99, depending on what plan you get.[/QUOTE]Sure, if you happen to be anywhere near a Blockbuster. I live in a metro area (Colorado Springs, CO) that has just over 500,000 people, and there are only two Blockbuster stores still open. I get my movies from Red Box because they only charge $1.60 for Bluray disks, there are six of them within five minutes of my house, and I can reserve movies on line before I go to the machine to get them.