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When our cable special GET EVERYTHING IN THE WORLD FOR ONE LOW PRICE! ended, we had to make a decision between keeping the cable TV and keeping the internet. Getting rid of the cable phone was a no-brainer as in an entire year, we had never used it. The cable internet was used by everyone in the house and the cable TV was mostly just for me so goodbye cable TV. We have Netflix because I’m a huge movie nerd so instead of a $50 or more cable TV bill, we have a $7.99 Netflix bill, Amazon Prime, and Hulu Plus (also $7.99). The bargain price of $7.99 gets you a zillion movies for free on instant play. Unless you are a sports fan, I really find it hard to see why anyone would prefer cable TV to Netflix Instant

My wonderful wife Jenny blogs regularly about our family life and is teaching me how to blog (Welcome to the 21st Century!). My favorite hobby is movies and the kids complain that there is nothing (left) to watch on instant play so I decided to blog about the movies available on instant play. New blog posts appear nearly daily and cover a wide range of movie genres, directors, actors. In addition, I will try to post updates to previous topics as Netflix rotates through their collection.


Kindle blogs are fully downloaded onto your Kindle so you can read them even when you're not wirelessly connected. And unlike RSS readers which often only provide headlines, blogs on Kindle give you full text content and images, and are updated wirelessly throughout the day.

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5.0 out of 5 stars excellent service. May 6, 2014
I enjoy the constant stream of movies that are sent to my home on a regular basis, and I look forward to when I have my HDMI TV & have streaming into my ipods and television.
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4.0 out of 5 stars 4 1/4 Stars December 13, 2009
Content: 3 3/4 Stars

The biggest drawback I saw for this blog was that Netflix changes the list of movies available on "Instant View" somewhat often. In other words, a movie you can view instantly today, may not be available for instant viewing tomorrow, or next week. However, if they get reviewed early enough in their "Instant View Run," then it can still remain a timely blog. Also, even though a movie might not be available for Instant View, it should still be available for DVD Mailing, which comes with most accounts.

This blog contains "mini-reviews" of each movie. As you can tell with my reviews, I like short, concise opinions without a lot of long, drawn-out commentary, which can inadvertantly include spoilers. The downside is that, at times, the `review' portions of the posts are a little too short, not really giving a good idea of the reviewer's opinion. The newer posts appear to be including a little more opinion, though, so as this is a relatively new blog, it seems like the author's coming out of his shell.

The rating system leaves something to be desired. There are three `ratings' a movie can receive: Watch, Pass, or Avoid. From what I can tell, "Watch" is the only rating where a person would actually watch a movie. "Pass" and "Avoid" seem to equate to "Bad" and "Awful," respectively. I know there are reviewers who just use a thumbs up or thumbs down, but I prefer a more in-depth rating system.

Mr. Hassler has "Theme Weeks" where he reviews specific types/genres of movies. Also, he featured a week of explanation of the different ways you can watch Netflix movies and other articles like that which were very informative.

Timeliness: 5 Stars

Posts are made daily and seem to be on a regular time schedule.
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