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Topic # 78872 10-Mar-2011 00:11
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I have only just a connectivity level that allows me to veiw this, but my quick look seems to indicate that its all $ to see anything or am i missing something and not dug into it deep enough?

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  Reply # 447129 10-Mar-2011 00:47
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Haha yea there's hardly anything free apart from documentaries. My expectation for movies for example was anything that was playing that month. What a load of crap IMO, no reason to use it now...





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  Reply # 447217 10-Mar-2011 11:29
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they have changed it a lot since it went out to more people, last time i used it the movie section had just as many free movies as pay, now i could only find 3 and the rest is pay to view and they are not even up to date, i mean to charge $6.95 for nearly 15 year old movies is a bit steep (Mighty Joe Young anyone)

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