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Netflix has strategically (and successfully) changed the way we watch movies and television. Some people fully embrace this new frontier of couch potadom, while others oppose it with fiery passion as there's certainly not anything bigger to worry about. We discuss this phenomenon and what it means for the future of streaming entertainment. Then we take a trip back in time to 1950 with a discussion on Billy Wilder's Sunset Boulevard as part of our ongoing Billy Wilder Directors Series. As always, we leave you with some movie recommendations before we bury a chimpanzee in the back yard, serving as a metaphor for our dignity which has shuffled off this mortal coil.
2:31 - Streaming Entertainment Syndrome
23:42 - Cut Print Film Mailbag
31:04 - Sunset Boulevard
1:03:05 - Movie Recommendations