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  1. I liked it and will probably see it again in the theaters. I do think it could've been a lot better. I blame the studio for that by forcing Snyder to set up the whole DC Universe with this film. Definitely crammed too much into it and some things just felt rushed. Funny thing to say in a movie that long. I think they should have just focused on Lex and Batman and left the other story arch's out until the next one or further down the line. I am looking forward to the directors cut though. Should be interesting. And I'm very much looking forward to a Batman movie with the Joker in it. Should be very cool. I'll give it a solid C+, B-. Do critics usually have to sign non disclosure agreements? Maybe that got things off on the wrong foot? Either way, when I look at Rotten Tomatoes I usually look at the audience rating and don't put much stock in the critics. I've seen a lot of movies panned by critics that I liked and vice versa.
  2. Final trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cle_rKBpZ28
  3. Safety Not Included was just added which I thought was really good.
  4. I liked Detachment a lot. Directed by Tony Kaye who was the guy who did American History X.
  5. Good site for checking what's avalaibleThis site is good too.
  6. When I first saw it, I liked it and I even mentioned it a page or two back in this thread. But now after using it, I hate it. I stream through my Mac Mini that's hooked up to my TV and it the webpage never opens correctly anymore. That might be more my problem than the websites so I gotta look into it some more.
  7. Who is that girl in your avatar. I may need to skip Netflix and hit up Google image search tonightGabrielle Union from a few years back. She was smoking hot back then.
  8. Looks like Netflix changed their website layout for the Watch Instantly section. I like it!
  9. I might have to add this. I remember liking it at first but stopped watching for some reason. I can't recall if it got too cheesy or whether it was just a bad timeslot for me.I was a big fan of that show when it was on and was upset when they canceled it. I might have to watch it again.
  10. I believe the entire series is on there. Been through the first 20 or so episodes in the last 2 days. Fantastic stuff!They also seem to have reformatted all of the TV shows so that every episode comes up under the same file selection instead of having different files for each season. Nice little upgrade in my opinion. I was a little alarmed when I saw my queue went from 100 to 50, but I was happy to discover they put all episodes under 1 file.That's why I thought it was only one season. I noticed it was multiple by seeing my instant queue drop like yours. I'm a fan though and it'll make it easier to browse when I don't know what I'm in the mood to watch.
  11. I haven't had to move my antenna to get any of the main networks, but I sometimes have to fiddle with it if I want ION to come in. I don't know if that channel is national or not though. So yeah, there is some manual maneuvering every once in a while and I'm assuming a severe storm of some sort would affect it as well. If you want something you don't have to worry about, then the outdoor antenna is what you would probably want. But I've been happy with the Terk.And why do you like the Amazon Prime Instant Video? Does it have different stuff than Netflix?
  12. I just found this blog and it seems to have some helpful stories and opinions: http://gigaom.com/video/?s=survival+stories The non survival story entries in the seem pretty useful and informative as well.
  13. I think this is the route I will go, via Mac Mini (as mentioned on page 1).Linky outlining a pretty great set-up. Yeah, follow that article. I love the Mac Mini and I have the eyetv and the loop mouse and they're both awesome......the eyetv especially.http://www.amazon.com/Elgato-EyeTV-Computer-Tuner-10020311/dp/B002XISW02/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1300144323&sr=8-3 http://www.amazon.com/Loop-Pointer-Mouse-connected-Projectors/dp/B001U1LX3Q/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1300144261&sr=8-1 What channels/content can you get from eyetv? Is it all content, or just what the broadcasting company puts on the web?It's the same channels you get through the antenna. Basically you run the antenna through the Mac Mini into your TV. What it DOES do for you is it gives you DVR functionality as well as an onscreen TV guide. Both of which are very cool and well worth the $80 or $90 that you would pay for it. You can only DVR one thing at a time though and your Mac Mini has to be on for it to record. It works in the "sleep" state though so that's what I usually do when I'm out. If you don't want to leave your computer on all the time, I think there's a way to make you Mac Mini turn on at certain times too but I haven't looked into that too much. The eyetv also allows you to pause and rewind live television.ouchHa! Yeah, you just have to prioritize. And you can't change the channel when it's recording. But if I ever wanted to watch TV whenever something was recording, I'd just watch something on Netflix or something online somewhere. It really is an easy thing to adjust to so don't let that scare you off from buying it.
  14. I think this is the route I will go, via Mac Mini (as mentioned on page 1).Linky outlining a pretty great set-up. Yeah, follow that article. I love the Mac Mini and I have the eyetv and the loop mouse and they're both awesome......the eyetv especially.http://www.amazon.com/Elgato-EyeTV-Computer-Tuner-10020311/dp/B002XISW02/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1300144323&sr=8-3 http://www.amazon.com/Loop-Pointer-Mouse-connected-Projectors/dp/B001U1LX3Q/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1300144261&sr=8-1 What channels/content can you get from eyetv? Is it all content, or just what the broadcasting company puts on the web?It's the same channels you get through the antenna. Basically you run the antenna through the Mac Mini into your TV. What it DOES do for you is it gives you DVR functionality as well as an onscreen TV guide. Both of which are very cool and well worth the $80 or $90 that you would pay for it. You can only DVR one thing at a time though and your Mac Mini has to be on for it to record. It works in the "sleep" state though so that's what I usually do when I'm out. If you don't want to leave your computer on all the time, I think there's a way to make you Mac Mini turn on at certain times too but I haven't looked into that too much. The eyetv also allows you to pause and rewind live television.