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WII Netflix Streaming - Voice doesnt match lips, like a chinese movie??

yes its faster than the ps3 but the words dont match up when someone speaks.

Well at least I get 2 movies a month sent to me on the "UNLIMITED BLUE RAY RENTALS", or the "RENT ALL THE MOVIES YOU CAN FOR $11.99 PER MONTH"..


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How does it sync up when you watch an actual Chinese movie? Mebbe it all cancels out?

btw, you're not where you think you are.

Netflix doesn't have any real online support.
Thats actually pretty funny dude!

I could watch Godzilla and see what happens>>
LOL...Seriously...trying to get through to a Netflix customer service rep who has any clue about technical issues is, by all accounts, next to impossible...
Really?
I have no problem getting through, but your right, they never handle technical issues well.
I just wish they could semi regularly send me a Blu Ray. Some of these movies have been out for 4 or 5 months or longer and they wont send me anything.

I like the streaming but the quality isn't that great and the selection isn't any better.

If they didn't advertise, "All the movies you can rent for $11.99", it would be so bad but it clearly not the case.
Wow I kind of feel bad now (ok not really) for having snarked on people for saying this... This is new! (Look in the Receive box).


Netflix does in fact say on their site that they will send you your movies in the order they are listed in the queue! I wonder when they changed that? Must have been when they added all those wonderful new updates and improvements to the site!
哈,哈,哈,哈!煙霧天哪,你是一個傻瓜。

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