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Subject: Re: The Cloverfield Paradox
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On 2/7/2018 6:14 AM, trotsky wrote:
> On 2/6/18 5:30 PM, moviePig wrote:
>> On 2/6/2018 6:24 PM, trotsky wrote:
>>> On 2/6/18 1:18 PM, moviePig wrote:
>>>> tCP now has 6.0 from  15,208.  Fwiw, I do think Netflix confers a 
>>>> small pro-bias -- e.g., an anti-establishment sticking it to The Man. 
>>> Anti-establishment?  What the fuck are you talking about?
>> In the movie biz, Netflix is (still) the upstart, the renegade who 
>> delivers what the big studios won't risk.  We pull for Netflix.
> Here is my advice: you shitheads need to start doing the necessary 
> research when talking about any aspect of the business of selling 
> movies, because you look like fucking third graders.  Here's an example:
> Disney Corp., one of the biggest entertainment conglomerates in the 
> history of the universe, has announced its "global streaming plan". 
> Guess what?  Netflix is a streaming video channel.  Hm, could it be that 
> Disney and others have recognized that streaming video is a new paradigm 
> in the release of its products and are acting accordingly?  Guess what 
> else?  If Disney is doing it it's just the opposite of "anti 
> establishment".  Do you see your error yet?

The future lies ahead.  The present, however, is a concern about whether 
THE CLOVERFIELD PARADOX's hundred minutes will prove rewarding (to me!). 
  And presently, all signs point to 'no'.  Feel free to post a 'yes' 
after you've watched the movie.  I'm sure there'd be discussion.


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