Netflix is finally letting users stream movies, but it’s a pain in the butt.
And, for some, it’s even more expensive than you might think.
We’ve all heard that the company is charging $7.99 for a streaming subscription and that’s true.
That’s a pretty steep price for a lot of movies and TV shows.
But there are some movies you may not even want to watch on your TV at home.
Here are the 10 most ridiculous movies Netflix is charging for your entertainment.
“A Few Good Men” The movie about a group of wealthy college students who have just won the lottery and decide to have a beer instead of watching the game.
The price: $6.99.
The good: It’s a movie, and the price works out to be an average movie for the format.
It’s also a great example of why it’s better to have movies that are cheap to watch online.
The bad: It has one of the worst dialogue and plot lines in the entire movie.
You could spend hours watching it. 2.
“The Big Short” This movie stars Tom Hanks as an executive who is hired by his bank to help sell a securities-based loan.
He has a great deal on a home equity loan and decides to take the easy way out and invest the money himself.
This film has a similar premise to “A Many-Splendored Life,” which is a well-told story about a man who uses his money to buy a home and then pays down his mortgage.
You can find out more about it on Amazon.
“Pulp Fiction” “Pulitzer Prize-winning writer Quentin Tarantino is a big fan of this movie and the fact that it was made at home for a single person.
It comes out of nowhere and it’s pretty good, so that’s a plus.”
Netflix has been working on a sequel to the original film, so it’s unlikely this one will be available on the streaming service anytime soon.
“Killer” This was originally meant to be the film that spawned a series of television shows.
It has a lot in common with “True Detective” and “Breaking Bad.”
It’s an interesting movie, but that’s probably a bad sign for Netflix.
The Bad: The director, Alex Kurtzman, was nominated for an Oscar for the movie.
It had one of Netflix’s best performances.
“Hannibal” This is probably the most ridiculous movie in Netflix’s catalog.
This is a movie about Hannibal Lecter (Hugh Dancy) killing people and eating their brains.
It also happens to be a parody of a movie from a decade earlier.
The movie is an awful remake of a famous horror movie.
“I Saw the Light” This film was written by Robert Downey Jr. and directed by Anthony Hopkins.
It stars Tom Cruise as a businessman who goes to Mexico and meets an ancient shaman named “El Chupacabra” (played by Michael B. Jordan).
You can watch a trailer here.
“Ghostbusters” This series of four films, released in 1996, was supposed to be part of the Ghostbusters reboot.
It was originally planned as the follow-up to “The Adventures of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.”
However, it was scrapped because of poor reviews and it was cancelled in 2002.
The worst: It was based on a horror story.
It featured the original cast members and was based off a comic strip that was inspired by the movie, so the filmmakers probably didn’t know the movie was in any way related to it. 8.
“Mister & Miss Marple” This comedy about two young ladies living in a family mansion in New York City.
The family is a little overzealous and the girls try to avoid them when they get older.
This movie is not very good, but you can find it on Netflix.
“My Life as a Zucchini” This documentary follows the life of a zucchini farmer in the UK.
The film stars Tom Hardy, who is one of many actors to have portrayed zucchinis in the past.
The plot revolves around a family of zucchi in the United Kingdom, who are trying to save a few plants.
The best part?
It’s all narrated by Hardy.
“Nerds Go to Heaven” This classic television series was created by Peter Berg and stars John Goodman, David Hyde Pierce, and Robert Redford.
It premiered on the network network in 1974.
The show was one of Berg’s best-loved shows, and it has a good ending.
“Love and Other Drugs” This romantic comedy starring Will Smith stars Nicole Kidman, Demi Moore, and Kevin Spacey.
It is set in the ’60s, but the main plot revolves a couple in the suburbs of Los Angeles