>Commercial Free Hulu
What else is there for the rookie cord cutter?
>looking for torrent
>gotta find seeders
>finally find torrent
>wait for it to download
>browse and find what you want
>watch it instantly
Seriously, a service like Netflix is the price of one fish and chips dinner.
I think like $15. It's a pretty huge rip off.
If you like anime there is crunchy roll. Also amazon prime if you order online a lot.
>don't like netflix
>be on hulu
>way better variety
Out of amazon, hulu, and netflix, hulu is the best. Netflix used to be great until they jewed out and split physical/digital services.
>paying for three different services which still heavily limits your library choice
>not having your own plex server with every movie you could possibly want to watch along with new additions whenever you want.
>leaving your house
how much of a cuckold are you?
Hulu is the 'best' and i've shilled for it before but if you don't give a fuck about foreign films and Criterion it's hard to find something to watch. I always go back to standard cable and downloading because it's much more convenient imo tbqh
but this is also true. NEETs on /tv/ don't understand just how cheap you can get blu-rays for these day
lol? not even him but Netflix is garbage and if you actually care about the kinds of films and tv you watch, you'll run out of shit to watch on netflix in a month. Someone mentioned it earlier but streaming services will always be shit and the last option because not only are you already paying for your internet but you're paying to watch movies and it isn't even a full library of stuff. You may as well as be back on cable.
The real patrician choice is to just use Usenet
Show me one of your shitty alternatives where I can watch pic related.
>hoarding money like Jew
>not using it on goods and services like a based Hebrew
>Total Recall 
AHAHAHAHHAHHAHHAHAHH AHAHAHHAHAHAHHAHAHA AHAHAHHAHAHAHHAHAHA WEEEEEWWW LAAAAD
>not making movies of your ex and jacking to it
>the feel when one of the streaming sites had a bunch of Kung fu movies with the original audio
Jesus Christmas how wonderful.
I'm sure there is a meme term for this kind of request.
Just wait until Disney jumps the cable ship.
Just in the last couple of weeks watched:
A BBC tv series about a real life mole in the CIA
A documentary about Evander Holyfield and his quest to beat Mike Tyson
A Korean movie based on a real life Korean naval admiral that fought off half of the japanese navy with just a few ships.
A Korean movie about a hitman gone rogue after he kills his targets daughter that is one of the best pure action movies in years.
How many of these have you seen or even heard of?
Don't google it. Just say it now.
I have 50Mbps internet. I can download 10GB+ Blu-ray rips in literally 15 minutes. I can set up a torrent, go make some food, and it'll be done downloading when I get back. Exactly as convenient as Netflix but with less cost, AND I have that movie saved now if I like it enough to keep it around for future viewing, no internet required.
So you can't find it, that's all you had to say. It's on public trackers, bro.
Shozin Fukui at his finest. 964 is on Hulu, actually suprised about that one. The point is, there is no point in paying for anything, unless you have already watched it and actually want to buy it.
In short, you're an idiot.
The pirates are the true plebs because nothing is curated.
The only things they watch are the things that get heavily advertised and promoted. ...basically mass market pleb tier shit.
>A Korean movie based on a real life Korean naval admiral that fought off half of the japanese navy with just a few ships.
Kek, The admiral was shit. Everyone here saw it and shitpost about it on release, how new are you?
do you really think netflix, hulu, or amazon are 'curated'
they do not pay out of the ass for movies to get more people to subscribe anymore, their movie selection is very very abysmal, across the board for each of these. Their only real draw anymore is their original programming, which can be pirated as well.
Do you think people are unable to have their own individual taste in film and television and seek out more media similar to their interests or do you think everyone is a sheep like you?
You are a pleb pirate. Accept it. Own it.
You don't have Netflix so you obviously have no clue what you are talking about.
If you did at one time have Netflix and are one of those "HURR there isn't anything worth watching on Netflix" then you are the plebbiest of plebs.
I love stream services too anon. The elitists here are too prissy to discuss them though.
My buddy has Netlfix and shares with me while I pay for Hulu.
I also have Prime and HBO Now but i don't want to share my HBO with him so I never told him about it
>having a job
>not putting apples in your pants
>like other things too
>pay for them
Have you heard that you can sub to Starz and Showtime through Amazon now without having to pay through a cable company?
It adds all of Starz and Showtime's respective catalogs to your Amazon Video apps.
I haven't tried it personally but its cool that all these premium channels are slowly leaving cable companies.
Fuck cables companies and their ripoff prices and shitty service.
I can't wait until cable companies fade away and become replaced by internet companies. It will be glorious. There's a massive conflict of interest in having a cable company control internet services, and I think ISPs will be way less shitty in a world where literally the ONLY thing they are is ISPs.
Yeah and the competition for streaming services is pretty high, so it's making some quality content.
Netflix has Making a Murder, Daredevil, House of Cards, Beasts of No Nation
Prime has The Man in the High Castle (and other things that I haven't had time to start sadly)
Hulu bought the rights to Seinfeld and streams Nathan For You and Workaholics and South Park so I don't have to pay for Comedy Central.
and HBO is well.. HBO.
They add up to about like $30 or so dollars a month and that's like less than a tank of gas you might have to pay for weekly. It's pretty fucking cheap considering I have no social life and all I do is watch TV and film.
Been meaning to watch it.
The problem is that most of ISPs started as TV or Phone services.
In the United States you're stuck with the monopoly of Comcast or AT&T, unless you live rural and have to deal with shitty satellite net or are lucky to have Fiber Faggots feeding you internet like Google.
AT&T and Comcast already increased their prices this year. The will continue to do so and blame it on improving technology and broadcaster fees, even though they rake in billions every year.
We'll eventually just be paying ISPs the same terrible prices we are paying the TV companies because there is no control over these people.
Didn't really care for it but a lot of people liked it. It's kind of similar to UNCLE but more violent, cheesy and over the top.
I didn't really care for either of them but I would say that Kingsman is less boring than UNCLE but UNCLE is a more quality film.
If you like kick ass Korean hitman operator movies check out No Tears for the Dead on Netflix.
Some of the best action scenes I've seen in a while. The first half is slow-ish but the second half is non fucking stop.