Just FYI: The Netflix search engine has been rigged to bring up "The Water Horse" EVERY time anyone puts the word "the" in the search engine. To thwart this obvious new form of payola, don't use the word "the." You'll get what you're looking for without it.
This has been going on for weeks now, and gawd knows how much unadvertised-as-such advertising this has generated for that film. It might be a good one; I just despise the sneaky stealth promotion and hope to discourage it in the future.
Hey there T-Bone, I recognize you from Netflix! Welcome to the Sci-Fi Forum by the way, I have been absent from this site for a while and it's nice to see that it is thriving :) Look forward to chatting with you.
Hi TBone! I'm trying to figure out who that is on your avatar? It's from a movie of course? Glad to be a friend...i have you as one of my favs on Netflix.com - I do check out your stuff occasionally - go to my profile and add me as a friend sometime if we have similar tastes!
Yes the gas prices are insane!! and in not time in the near future do I see them going down in price.So I too am stocking up on movies. Yes it is nice to be able to travel either way, do you get to NY or Boston much? It's real easy for me to hope on the train to go to boston. The train station is about 10 mins down the street from me. Although I get totally confused if I need to switch trains. But It makes it fun that way I guess since usally I end up on the wrong train so I get to see some really cool stuff...lol
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