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Subject: Re: The Cloverfield Paradox
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On 2/5/18 5:23 AM, rachel wrote:
> On Mon, 05 Feb 2018 05:03:50 -0600, trotsky wrote:
>> Doesn't sound too good:
> review
> It's being released direct to video rather than in cinemas first. You
> expected better?

You're confused.  Netflix produces their own movies now, and this is a 
new paradigm in the release channels for movies.  Previously they 
released "Bright" which was both well received and watched by a 
gajillion people.  It's weird how few people seem to have a grasp about 
how the business of movies is conducted.