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JASTAMPER11 SparkPoints: (57,189)
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2/5/12 9:01 A

My girls use it to watch past episodes of TV shows like Wizards of Weaverly Place. My oldest like Moonacre.

I don't have time to just sit and watch. Would love to have it on the TV in the kitchen, but don't want to buy another Wii

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8/24/11 12:35 P

I get DVD's by mail. I just restarted our Netflix. Just finished watching Temple Grandin with Claire Danes. emoticon

FIREBALL_V Posts: 364
8/24/11 10:48 A

Spring 1941

MUMMYUK2 SparkPoints: (0)
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8/24/11 10:14 A

The kids and I watched Romancing the Stone over the weekend it's an oldie BUT a goodie

NEW_LIFE_4_ME SparkPoints: (2,075)
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8/24/11 10:07 A

Ireneharps- I am happy with the slection. If you are into tv shows I think Hulu is what you might like.

LEESHA17 Posts: 344
8/22/11 10:47 P

Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead

This documentary has really motivated my family

We have been drinking a minimum of one fresh green juice per day ever since watching it! emoticon

LRW1233 Posts: 762
8/22/11 8:34 P

I caught up on Army Wives and In Plain Sight. For movies I've watched the Boon Dock Saints and Precious.

MNH1983 SparkPoints: (5,977)
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8/22/11 8:07 P

The Tudors

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IRENEHARPS SparkPoints: (80,811)
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8/22/11 4:37 P

I just signed up because I thought they would have all the episodes to Grey's Anatomy. No, they didn't. What a disappointment! It's very limited isn't it?

Irene from Cornwall, Ontario

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The last dejected effort often becomes the winning stroke. (anonymous)

RUTHDEN1 SparkPoints: (116,496)
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8/22/11 4:23 P

Stieg Larsson trilogy ,I think thats his name. The girl with the dragon tattoo, The girl who played with fire and The girl who kicked the hornet's nest.

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8/22/11 4:13 P

I have gotten hooked on 24 and Friday Night Lights.

CHEETARA79 SparkPoints: (84,404)
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8/22/11 3:29 P

I Love You Philip Morris

You don't have to eat the whole thing.
SARAHO228 SparkPoints: (21,029)
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8/22/11 3:16 P

United States of Tara, Dexter, Mr. Brooks, The Monster Squad...

MAURMAUR Posts: 547
8/22/11 3:08 P

i'm currently catching up on weeds and spartacus.

8/17/11 12:25 A

I've been watching Ally McBeal. Lol. Love it. I used to watch it with my mom when I was like 10, and now I'm like "she let me watch this?!" haha. But she used to let me watch 90210 too, but I turned out alright :P


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TOMCHIK SparkPoints: (2,347)
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8/17/11 12:21 A

Tonight I watched 'Man on Wire,' a documentary about the man who tightrope-walked between the twin towers. My favorite recent find is the first season of 'Sherlock,' a BBC creation that's a modern day interpretation of the classic detective story.

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BEEBEA SparkPoints: (47,090)
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8/16/11 11:39 P

I mainly use netflix to watch old tv shows (Addam's Family, Reno 911, the Munsters) with my hubby at lunch time. On my own, I watch trashy reality shows like Teen Mom and Toddlers and Tiaras. :)

FARAWAY01 SparkPoints: (0)
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8/16/11 11:30 P

There's a really good documentary on Annie Leibovitz called Life Through A Lens - she's had a fascinating life - but I don't think it's on instant view any more

8/16/11 4:32 P

I love all the rockumentaries/mockumentaries/documentarie
s they have streaming

ANDREA409 SparkPoints: (0)
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8/16/11 4:21 P

I just watched "The Resident" with Hilary Swank earlier today. Pretty good movie.

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8/16/11 3:38 P

We watched Opa! over the weekend - it's a cute romantic comedy set in Greece with beautiful scenery

8/16/11 2:43 P

Because of how you can search on Netflix, I like to look up previous movies of whoever I like at the moment. Then I watch genres I don't especially like, but just because of who's in them. I've never found any in what Netflix suggests for me, but that's usually because I've already seen them.

You can find documentaries on subjects that interest you, if you're in the mood for that.

Concerts by artists you like.

Enter your genre, say "romantic comedy," and see what comes up.

SNAPSHOTSTACY SparkPoints: (57,959)
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8/16/11 1:06 P

Not movies... but I second the Doc Martin suggestion!
Also, I'm loving Dollhouse. But, then, I have a soft spot for Whedon. :-)

JEEP8294 Posts: 4,591
8/16/11 12:59 P

We love watching foreign movies and television series on Netflix. Love Netflix even more now that they stream movies.

ICEBOYKOLD SparkPoints: (28,545)
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8/16/11 12:12 P

Documentary: Food Inc. - eye-opening look at corporate food production and marketing; one of the things that helped me get serious about eating better

JASTAMPER11 SparkPoints: (57,189)
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8/16/11 11:57 A

I personally don't watch Netflix---my 12 and 8 year old do. They like to watch the TV shows that are available--Suite life, Charmed, Wizards of Weaverly, etc. I have only ordered the CD's of Dexter.

My oldest does like having the Netflix app on her Ipod and watching were there is wifi.

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8/16/11 11:54 A

I watched this crazy movie last week . . RUBBER . . about a tire going around killing people. It was funny.
Then there was another crazy movie about a turkey killing people... called Thankskilling.
It wasn't very good.

yah, I watch weird movies on Netflix.
There is one called The Legend of 1900 I really liked, but they took it off the instant list.
I watch at least one movie every day. I prefer Action/Adventure, Thrillers, and Horror,
so I can't give any good suggestions for comedy or love stories.

-LINDA_S Posts: 4,278
8/16/11 11:49 A

It's not a movie, but I loved the British series Doc Martin.


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IRISHFANUH87 Posts: 1,038
8/16/11 11:43 A

I suppose it depends on what kind of movies you like but I recently watched The Other Guys. I was so excited to see it on Netflix because I loved it in the theater. Really funny.

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8/16/11 10:08 A

lately? thank you, I need new suggestions. Have a great day!

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