If Warner Bros offered streaming of their films, I'd do a monthly subscription with them immediately. Same with MGM or Columbia. Each of them has enough great and good stuff they'd keep me happy. And I'd be done with Netflix.
Got an e-mail from my friend Reed something. He's the CEO of Netflix.
He wanted me to know that the pricing was handled wrong, the increase of pricing. And he was sorry.
And, oh by the way, this form e-mail is to inform you that we're dividing Netflix up in two companies. So you can stream at Netflix. But, from now on, when you want to get DVDs you'll be using our new company Quickster.
So, for example, now I won't be able to see if Molly Shannon's "Superstar" is streamable and, if so, watch it right there and, if not, put it in my queue. There will be no way to visit one page that tell you if the movie is streamable or if Netflix has it on DVD.
And I'm just sick of all the changes period. And the way Netflix kept pissing on paying customers.
If I could find even half the product elsewhere, I'd dump them in a minute.
Going out with C.I.'s "Iraq snapshot:"