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pcgoblin
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03 Oct 2023, 1:50 pm

I like numbers, statistics. How many DVD titles have I received from Netflix. I download my report they created today, and they provided stats with the PDF. <insert applause here>

I started my DVD subscription in December 2010, and it ended September 2023.

I received 1,378 titles on DVD.
In terms of rating them:
934 were 5 star
367 were 4 star
71 were 3 star
4 were 2 star
2 were 0 star - If I cannot say anything nice, I don't say anything.

I have a tendency to forget movies I've seen. One movie, one of the 2 star films, was called Sex Galaxy, made in 2008. I remember absolutely nothing at all about this film, including the title. According to IMDb, it is a Sci-Fi Comedy. I did a general search and Wired returned the article title: Sex Galaxy Recycles Vintage Porn, Sci-Fi for Blue-Green Film Hmm. :?



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03 Oct 2023, 2:35 pm

If a movie is forgettable, and not of high quality and if it was a long time ago you watched it, then it is perfectly normal to have forgotten the content.



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06 Oct 2023, 7:37 am

blitzkrieg wrote:
If a movie is forgettable, and not of high quality and if it was a long time ago you watched it, then it is perfectly normal to have forgotten the content.


Very true. I have watched a LOT of movies. There was a time when I could remember the stories of films I'd seen almost verbatim. Midnight Lace when I saw it in the early 1970s, for instance. Now I can only really remember the creepy voice on the phone and the general mysterious and menacing feel of the film. The brain is too full of stuff. I need an upgrade.