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In a land before time, Netflix existed as an alternative to something known as Blockbuster, a place where you physically had to go to in order to watch a movie. Our crack research team has still not come to the conclusion if you had to hit the movie over the head with a club, and then drag it back to your cave, or how it actually functioned. Back then you ordered the movie you wanted to see by actual snail mail, then waited 3 weeks for the movie to be delivered. Probably because of slow internet. It quickly became popular as you could rent an unlimited amount of porn for just $19,99 a month. But of course 16 year old girls destroyed it, as they spent more money on renting shitty Disney flicks than losers were spending on porn. So Netflix ditched the porn in favor of family-friendly fare. Netflix utterly destroyed Blockbuster when Netflix finally thought of actually using the internet to stream movies. Because now you can watch Netflix on pretty much everything, unless you want HD, but we will get to that.
Netflix and Chill
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Enjoy that 720p content
Do you like video in High Definition? Then Netflix is not for you. Because unless you install Internet Explorer or its less retarded, but still retarded brother Edge, you will not able stream 1080p. Oh and enjoy the security flaw known as Silverlight as well. Note that no other major distributor has this issue.
To lower the price of Netflix start torrenting
To punish countries that don't download as much illegal shit as others, Netflix increased the price while lowering it for countries where torrenting is prevalent.
—https://torrentfreak.com/netflix-sets-pricing-based-on-local-piracy-rates-150416/, David Wells - Chief Financial Officer
Prices around the world
|Country||Price for standard in USD*||Available Titles**||Titles Per USD|
|United States||$7.99 (Adjusted for new prices)||5750||720|
|Canada||$7.99 (adjusted for new prices)||2140||398|
*Prices from Reddit
**Available titles from this CSV file
- ThePirateBay - Free and supports all resolutions.
- Kodi.tv - Free
- Popcorn Time - Free
- HBO - Cheaper and supports resolutions of at least 1080p on all browsers
- Amazon Prime - supports resolutions of at least 1080p on all browsers
- Hulu - Cheaper and supports all browsers.
- ED Movie Night - Only shows good movies.