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So, patrician or pretentious?
I personally think it lies somewhere in between, though leaning slightly towards pretentious. It doesn't think too highly of itself but it does have an intentionally fucked up narrative to make the story seem more complicated than it was. I'm not being an internet tough guy and saying I understood the movie, I had to look up an explanation, but once I found out the plot it seemed stupidly simple for all the hoops one has to go through to figure it out, it's disproportionate is all. Still, the movie has ambition and cute-ass pigs so good effort I guess.
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>Tomorrow nearly 2,000 titles will be pulled from Netflix, never to return (probably). The event has been dubbed Streamageddon, and here's why it's happening.
>According to Slate the libraries of Warner Bros., MGM, and Universal will "become exclusive to Warner Archive Instant, the classic film service that officially launched earlier this month." (They're offering a free 2 week trial, and after that it's $9.99/month.)
>Video stores are dead
>Shitty half-assed substitutes and streaming services are all that exist now
>Can't even get a full library without have to pay for several different services made by several different companies because of all the fighting over copyrights and piracy laws
This is the future that we have created.
Are you proud of yourself?