Originally Posted by Hand2HandKing
call it charity call it whatever you want
the movie got blackballed until netflix picked it up
just because consumers have the option doesnt mean that ppl still wouldnt go out and see it
how much promotion is netflix going to give this movie?
my whole point is more movies like this need to be made, but theyll point to ticket sales before netflix views when deciding to make more like it
netflix might be on the ball and pick up more like it
or they may decide that going after movie theaters with original films isnt worth it and stick to tv shows?
-The movie is the currently looks like it one of the most popular items on the site right now, and has a near perfect rating. So unless Netflix is stupid, all signs point to this going well for them, so it should encourage them to pick up more content like this
-This movie got blackballed before Netflix picked it up? Because everything I have read is that happen after the Netflix deal because it violate the 90 day rule. If I'm wrong, then post a link confirming that so I can be disabused of my ignorance. SRS. Because that truly changes things
-And this movie only cost 6 million. With the Netflix deal alone it doubled up, ticket sales is gravy. So now a movie that earns more than double what it cost, and is a critical success, will somehow be looked upon as something that should never be repeat again
By who exactly?..............................................oh yeah, I forgot................................... "they"Edited by RustyShackleford - 10/18/15 at 5:44pm