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Let’s Face It, We Never Truly Watch Netflix

Movies may tickle your interest, but do they capture your attention?

M.G. Siegler recently published a short and enlightening article about Netflix, discussing the quality of the movie it produces and promotes.

Titled The Great Okay — Netflix’s ability to get us watching mediocrity, it leaves little doubt as to the…

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