said by PDXPLT:This look like nothing but a dick move on the behalf of film industry, if only they would stop making garbage and produce a film that isnt a remake or reboot people would pay to see their films, torrents for me are a way of viewing a movie before I buy it , if I don't like it I delete it , same goes , for music , video games, and the such , and I do buy whats actual quality , why pay for something your not going to like or is going to be complete garbage?
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