I don’t know if this is the right place to post this. I’ve been watching through the back catalog on multiple devices and I keep running into what I think may be the same problem.
It started with Future War, but no matter which video I pull up it’s kind of the same thing to varying degrees.
I dunno. I’m not a software engineer or web guy or whatever, so maybe this is just part of the platform?
Any help would be appreciated.
Oh, I forgot to actually describe the problem.
A lot of these movies are terrible.
Just…just really bad.
Duct tape should fix it. A couple of rolls will cover the entire reel and you won’t see the bad movie any more.
You need to tackle them individually. Have you tried the Overdrawn at the Memory Bank technical support helpline?
Ah, but these movies have defeated the Iron Triangle of the marketplace.
By replacing Good with Bad, they have achieved the previously unattainable center.
I recommend you try them with your adult substance of choice. Sometimes a little numbness helps keep the misery in check.
Are you in Europe? Do you need an adapter?
I’m not sure if you have already tried this, but I encountered a similar issue once. After much fruitless online searching, I stumbled across this advice, which was immensely helpful:
Turn down your lights (where applicable)
I cannot believe how much this helped.
How the heck have I gone this long in life without anyone ever telling me to try this?!?
I have a movie-related issue, too:
The shorts here are terrible!!
(And the running time is… well, too short: )
[something here about how they can put a theater on the Moon, and yet they can’t… etc etc…]
The shorts claim to be educational, and yet the only thing I’ve ever learned is that if I want to talk to someone while they’re welding, I apply gentle pressure to their shoulder.
Your eyeballs will thank you.
That’s more practical than the take-away lesson I got from the shorts, which is that sawdust feels nice in your underwear.