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Wallace Sellars
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Posted: 08 September 2019 at 5:22pm | IP Logged | 1 post reply

Darn. I missed out on the deal.
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Brian Miller
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Thomas is just sad it’s not offering an original Herbie series. 
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Brian Miller
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Wallace, if you happen to be a Disney VISA care holder, they’re running another deal that is three years for $169. Not quite the savings of the earlier discount, but a pretty good savings. 
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Disney+ has launched in the Netherlands.

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Matt Reed
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Sorry, but I've gotta come back to this...

 Thomas Price wrote:
The great thing about Netflix is the wide variety of programming, whereas Disney, as a whole, seems to be focusing on a narrow and somewhat incestuous sliver of main brands.

If by "narrow and somewhat incestuous sliver of main brands" you mean the billion dollar Star Wars franchise or the billion dollar MCU franchise or the billion dollar Pixar franchise, I guess I really have to ask what your definition is of "narrow and somewhat incestuous" as well as your definition of "sliver".  "Narrow" would suggest a specific audience that would never in a million years elevate a franchise to a billion dollars and sliver, by definition, is narrow. "Narrow" is the exact opposite of Disney and its properties.  

Let's be real here for a second....you're comparing a streaming service that is over a decade old, one that had its own growing pains to deal with for several years, with one that hasn't yet debuted and holding against said new service the fact that they're capitalizing on their known IPs to get an audience.  SHOCKER!!!  How dare they?!?  How about, oh I dunno, giving them a minute to actually show what they offer instead of automatically deflecting to the negative.  Unique concept, I know, but give it a try. 
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Garrett Gilchrist
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 I wrote, directed, edited and did the special effects for a low-budget She-Hulk film back in 2007-9.

Wish I was writing for the new series TBH


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