So I made a movie scene with the Morphpen, I did Cast Away complete with a little Wilson…
So I was checking out the new stuff on Netflix and noticed something a bit odd or off with the Netflix recommendation algorithm.. They have those ‘because you watched’ sections with things that are supposed to be related to what you watched and you might enjoy as they are similar.. Well I came across these rather odd ones that just don’t look right to me…
So because I watched The Exorcism of Molly Hartley Netflix thinks I might like these:
Because I watched Uncommon Valor… the Penguins move I might see as being related, but the others?
Because I watched The Relic… Book was much better, but movie was ok, but I don’t think Chicken Little could be called a horror movie or have anything in common with The Relic?!
Yes I watched Little Dead Rotting Hood, it was meh, I was bored and looking fro something different… but somehow I don’t think Tarzan, Nutjob and The Little Prince are related at all to Little Dead Rotting hood…
Hmmm… something just might be broke over at Netflix, it could be me, but I don’t know, these recommendations just seem a little off to me…
Spaceballs the 25th Anniversary Edition for $5 on blu-ray over on Amazon! Go grab it HERE and enjoy the movie!
It seems Blockbuster is doing some decent Black Friday deals.. too bad there’s no longer one near me..
Blockbuster is unveiling early Black Friday values starting Tuesday, Nov. 20 in all stores. These rare deals include:
“That’s why we came up with our three-for-three-for-$9.99 deal. You can come in once, find something for everyone and spend the holiday weekend curled up watching movies with your family.”
Rent three movies or games for three days for $9.99
Buy select new movies and games for 99 cents
Free $5 gift card with purchase of $25 in Blockbuster gift cards
Buy two, get the third free on previously played games
Up to 50 percent off box sets like the Transformers Trilogy, Will Ferrell Collection and Boss-Season One
“With the added stress around the holidays, it’s important to give Blockbuster customers the opportunity to spend time relaxing with a movie or three over the long Thanksgiving weekend,” said Blockbuster President Michael Kelly. “That’s why we came up with our three-for-three-for-$9.99 deal. You can come in once, find something for everyone and spend the holiday weekend curled up watching movies with your family.”
Blockbuster will also offer membership discounts of a half-priced six month Kids Pass or a six month Blue Ticket membership with one month free. The Kids Pass gives unlimited in-store rentals on movies in the kids and family section, regularly priced at $4.99 a month. The Blue Ticket membership offers unlimited rentals on anything in the store, one item at a time. Additional terms and conditions may apply; see store associate for details. The offers run from Tuesday, Nov. 20, 2012 through Monday, Nov. 26, 2012.
For more information or to find a local store, visit www.blockbuster.com/blackfriday.
Since when is 720×300 resolution considered FULL HD?
I got free Star Trek movie with Seagate FreeAgent Go right?
They give you a code to go to Paramount and get, and I quote: Star Trek movie in full-HD
I redeemed my code and downloaded the movie, but the resolution is 720×300?! How is that “full-HD” exactly?
I always thought official HD resolution started at 720P or 1280×720 ..
Is Paramount creating their own specs now?
One could say, “but hey, it’s free right?” and to that I would say “they advertised FULL HD not fake HD”
What gives Paramount? What specs are you using?