Netflix Movie Fans

Most of the movies in Netflix don't have other languages other than English and I think that Netflix would be much better if more movies would be translated in other languages such as Spanish for example! I have watch movies like from Prada to Nada, Toy story, Dirty Dancing, Father of the Bride, Anger management, etc. They all have been in Spanish, so I don't know why Netflix doesn't have them translated in spanish? Because of this my father is thinking in cancelling his membership. I'm suggesting that Netflix should translate movies in spanish, add spanish subtitles and languages to movies please and thank you.

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Would you be willing to pay more to have Netflix add this?

I'm suggesting that Netflix should translate movies in spanish, add spanish subtitles and languages to movies please and thank you.

I don't follow. What does Netflix have to do with translation? Now, if the complaint is Netflix does not stream some of the stuff that is already translated then I understand but suggestion does not seem to imply this.

I agree that all languages and subtitles that where released with the original movie, should be streamed through Netflix.

I am an English and Spanish speaking American, born in NC. My wife speaks Spanish but very little English. I wish I could cuddle up with her and watch more movies with subtitles in Spanish.

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