No problem adding it here.
As opposed to the normal practice, I sure hope Sony is paying DirecTV to air this channel. I looked through the movies for as far forward as my guide would go (maybe a week). I couldn't find one I wanted to watch. What a waste of bandwidth.
I've seen things there worth watching. Some that I may watch for the better HD picture as I watched or have them on VHS or Beta Max.
I'm not a fan of most of the newer movies. I've never watched any of the 3D ones for example, I've never seen Avatar or had a desire to do so.
Think that's bad, one of the best movies I've ever seen isn't even a talkie. Don't think I'd laughed so hard during a movie in a long time, as I did when I rented The General. What's sad is when someone won't watch something because it's in B&W, or saying it's a waste of a Blu-ray. An old B&W movie, properly restored etc, can look fantastic in HD. The resolution is there, even if it isn't wide-screen.
Makes me feel kind of old, liking old movies made in the 80's or 90's, in the last century. I'll take Back to the Future over Hot Tub Time Machine any day.
When I was younger I used to watch the old Classic silent movies with a piano accompaniment on one of the local PBS Channels, I do not remember which one of the three it was unfortunately. I used to look forward to that night for them.
Enjoy the Sony Movie Channel and if you don't want to watch it, be nice and don't dump on those that do. That sounds like the if it isn't Wide-screen I'm not interested type of person that caused Stretch-O-Vision.
If I had youngsters in the house I'd be all over that Muppet movie.
Edited by TBoneit, 18 October 2010 - 12:46 PM.