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Discussion in 'Bar' started by JamesNorman, Jul 17, 2010.
Best sites to stream movies off?
I never been on the internet before.............thts old man.
The modern shit is http://www.salsasnack.com/
you're not getting helpful answers because it is against the forum policy to post anything related to enabling piracy of any form... Lasse, the Mod here, has made it a banning offense.. so be very careful what more you say or do from here.
for LEGAL movie streaming, sign up to Netfiix.. it's like $9/mo, unlimited streaming. i've recently watched Zombieland, Underworld: Rise Of The Lycans, 2010, Surrogates, Pandorum, Righteous Kill, Angels & Demons, Mall Cop, Law Abiding Citizen, several good documentaries, and more using the service
so wrong on every level
Oh yeah man i have no problem paying (plus i never mention free), id just download movies (illegally) if i didn't want to pay for them.
And thanks for the site ill check it out
I think thats why most people do it
Haha, im just trying to get a point across that i will pay for it!
But cheers for restating the obvious....
Meh, that's not that bad either.
Anyways, yes, sign up for netflix. Nothing beats it. (That I know of)
Hulu for free or netflix for pay.
Is it really a problem for the industry? almost everyone's downloading movies for free,and Hollywood still doing alright,,,
budgets are huge,bigger than ever before,unlike music industry.
okey dokey smokey dopey.
sorry dude, but you should've copped that one for free!
ha. it was free.. already paying for the netflix, and it doesn't cost extra to watch as many flicks as you want.
All complete and free-to-stream, but they dont stay there forever as they rotate them out with new shit. I saw Silent Hill for the first time on this site.
Its a problem for the record industry, but not for the movie industry... actually, the opposite thing happened for the movie industry: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_highest-grossing_films
just the right time to start career in post-production?
wow, I did not know that the James Bond series did more money than Star Wars...impressive.
EDIT: By the way, if you're interested in watching public domain movies/documentaries/music shows, etc. you can go to http://www.moviesfoundonline.com/movies.php
There's great cult and B-series movies there, as well as some good other stuff wich are out of copyright for various reasons.
It's different from that hollywood crap we're used to.
And there's a cool documentary entitled "Before the music dies" wich is worth watching, wich is in the public domain (or offered for free in some way, check out their site). Not the greatest doc, but it has it's moment. I also think they can send you the DVD for like 3$ on their MySpace page.
the reason the film industry's revenues increased during these times are many... introduction of new formats, like blu-ray, that was tired to a popular gaming system (PS3 and HDTV, and that extra money that people who no longer were spending on music (since music is so easy and fast to download for free, illegally) are two of the big ones.
it's not some magical "benefit" of illegal movie downloading that somehow benefited the movie industry.... so there is no "altruistic" justification for illegally downloading/streaming movies; "oh i'm just helping out the industry by not paying for the films i download, i'm just looking out after THEIR best interest!!". no, you can't claim some high ground in downloading movies.
yes, the movie industry has benefited from the success of a HDTVs, Blu-Ray, and consumer dollars shifted from music... but this does NOT mean they are not feeling the crunch of illegal downloads... they are. it's just taking longer to catch up to the consumer $ shifted their way from music and via DVD and blu-ray sales spurred by new technology and to become obvious... but as time goes, the damage being done now, and that yet to be done will accumulate and start to show.
this is EXACTLY akin to the Metallica Effect; the backlash from no one understanding the reasons why Metallilca sued Napster. everyone freaked out and said.. "oh it's not hurting, and metallica is rich.. FUCK METALLICA AND FUCK THE MUSIC INDUSTRY".... now i think it's clear that Metallica was right, it damned sure was causing damage. and people were too shortsighted to see that Metallica was not just trying to help themselves. no, their fight was for the little bands who ultimately will never have the opportunity to ever become as big as they did, whether they consciously thought of it like that or not.
so it may take a few more years, but if things go unchecked it will start to undeniably show in the movie industry as well... it's that simple.
anyone who cannot see this as clear as day is just hopeless.
Chill the fuck down.
I never justified piracy, and i never will.
There is allot i disagree with in your post though(Most of it.), but i really dont care enough to get in to a discussion right now.