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WELCOME!

Thanks for joining Movie Fans! We are a diverse collection of movie lovers with varied tastes and styles, gathered together to discuss one thing we all love, MOVIES (oh, and TV SHOWS, too). While independent of the company Netflix, most of us are members and are happy to share information regarding the site. Here you have the opportunity to:
+ ask the difficult questions (about movies, the Netflix website, etc.);
+ surf forums (to discuss movies or whatever);
+ create your own home page;

Besides an open topic forum, we have a section labeled Groups which caters to more specific interests in genres, directors, trivia and general movie fun. Some you may like, some you may not, but we encourage you to look around and find what works for you.

Topics on the main board address all different kinds of interests and inquiries. Don't be shy. So again, welcome aboard! Strap in and enjoy the action packed, romantic, summer movie thrill ride that is Movie Fans - A Netflix Community.

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What did you watch today? v 35.0 208 Replies

Started by The Professor in About Movies. Last reply by Ando 5 hours ago.

Pics or GTFO V4.0 2353 Replies

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Netflix throttling redux? 3 Replies

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Let Us Welcome our New Fearless Leader--EVILTIMES 10 Replies

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What are your favorite Christmas / Holiday movies? 122 Replies

Started by Jeff in About Movies. Last reply by alanwade Dec 24, 2014.

What is the name of the film?

Started by Awat in About Movies Dec 22, 2014.

Netflix Top 5 Martial Arts Films

Started by stonze in About Movies Dec 22, 2014.

Best nude movie scene? 5 Replies

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Netflix Instant star ratings inflated 3 Replies

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Netflix ISP Speed Index for December

Below is December data for the Netflix ISP Speed Index, our monthly update on which Internet Service Providers (ISPs) provide the best prime-time Netflix streaming experience.

December is historically our heaviest viewing month, with December 28 being the largest streaming day of the year.

In the U.S., despite the heavy demand, we saw continued increases in average speeds across the largest ISPs, with Verizon FiOS topping the list at 3.36 Megabits per second (Mbps), Cablevision coming in a close second at 3.32 Mbps, and Bright House just behind at 3.30 Mbps. (That’s up from average speeds last month of 3.27 Mbps, 3.20 Mbps and 3.16 Mbps respectively.) Time Warner Cable posted the largest gain, jumping three spots to sixth place with average speed of 3.18 Mbps, up from 2.97 Mbps in November.

In Mexico, Totalplay joined the index and snagged the top spot in December, posting an average speed of 3.53 Mbps. Axtel X-tremo slipped to second place even while increasing their average speed to 3.44 Mbps from 3.36 Mbps last month.

In Sweden, Bredband2 jumped 2 spots to No. 3 with average speeds of 3.80 Mbps, up from 3.65 Mbps in November.

The Netflix ISP Speed Index is a measure of prime time Netflix performance on a particular ISP and not a measure of overall performance for other services/data that may travel across the specific ISP network. Faster Netflix performance generally means better picture quality, quicker start times and fewer interruptions.

The latest regional rankings are below:




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