Not a big deal to me since its for new users only. I've been a user since 2008. I also don't think the price increase is unjustified. They get new content quite often, and have much more available content than competitors. Sure they don't always have the newest movies, and are usually 1 season behind in tv shows; but what do you expect? You expect to pay $8-$10/month and get access to any brand new movie on release day and new tv show episodes the night they are aired? Sorry to bust your bubble, but there are these things called media rights, which cost money and time to obtain. If you NEED to have a movie on release day, go buy it. If you NEED to see every episode of your tv show as soon as its aired, then pay for cable/satellite service. You cant expect to get everything you want when you are only paying a small $10/month. Hulu Plus? Enjoy your commercials and only having the latest few episodes of your show available to watch, if they even have your show.
Originally Posted by PostalTwinkie
I think a lot of the people that complain about content don't have a very broad outlook.
Netflix is great for foreign movies! Dubbed, sub-titled (my preference between the two), and even native English movies. The movie scene over seas is a lot more interesting than most the rehash we get here from Hollywood.