It’s (mostly) the ’90s with YIFY Movies
Ah, the ’90s, when I spent literally thousands of dollars on DVDS. I love movies, I enjoyed the extras like commentary (one of the main things I miss about DVDs vs. digital files. I liked the packaging on some of them, the artwork was interesting (sometimes). I had 2 300 DVD carousels slaved together and I could watch movie after movie and probably watched all of them at least 3-4 times and some dozens of times. I bought a lot of movies I saw on cable in the early ’90s and ’80s classics as well. The only bitch was you could watch very few in a row because they would default to the menu and stop. But I learned a lot from the commentaries, about films and acting and directing and cinematography.
Then some DVDs started skipping. Some stopped working altogether, stuck on the menu. Soon many of them were unwatchable. By the early ’00s my players had both quit working and a lot of the DVDs, usually my fav ones, were useless. This was after I’d spent hundreds (not thousands, at least) on VHS. This was also after I’d spent thousands on vinyl over the years and probably as much on CDs, all of which became obsolete. So the upshot is I don’t feel like I owe the giant companies shit. They killed the goose that laid the golden egg time after time, the artists and actors and directors are insufferable smug leftists who insult the audience, the bosses are worse.
So from the time it became feasible to actuall download movies I did so and burnt them onto discs. However, discs sometimes (often) didn’t work the first pass, or deteriorated by the time I got around to watching them. THen disk space got really cheap so I started keeping movies I thought worth watching more than once.
So I watch a lot of movies, all eras, all genres. I save the ones I like enough to save. My take on these movies is here for you, all over this site. You’re welcome. It’s all free.
Employee of the Month (2006) Not a ’90s but one I watched this week, Dax Sheppard (who seems to be in every movie I see lately, that ever happen to you? You completely don’t know an actor, then you see him everywhere?) is a criminal gone good to get the girl… no wait he’s a ne’er do well employee who gives fuck all about his job until it’s time to get the girl. That was the other movie. Formulaic as hell but not totally annoying, you always wish they’d take one of these movies over the top and give it some twists but it’s like 10000 other ‘work’ movies where everyone fucks around all the time and never actually works. Score:3