I recently signed up for Netflix.
As I was surveying the vast assortment of movies available to me for instant streaming…
I searched for Finding Nemo and sure enough I found it (Netflix has everything) But it was only available on DVD. Ever resourceful, Netflix offered me some alternatives…
“This Japanese anime feature from famed filmmaker Hayao Miyazaki follows the adventures of a 5-year-old boy, Sosuke, and his burgeoning friendship with Ponyo, a goldfish princess who desperately wants to become human.”
At least it’s about a fish… sort of.
Stuart Little 3 – Call of the Wild
With school out for the summer, the Littles are vacationing in a cabin by the lake, and Stuart is so excited he could burst! But when Snowbell the cat is captured by a mean-spirited creature known simply as the Beast, it’s up to Stuart and a skunk named Reeko to rescue him and a few other friends.
A mouse, hmmm, Netflix is reaching here. But it is a kids’ movie.
And it’s here that Netflix goes off on a tangent…
The next two movies:
100 Saltwater Fishing Mistakes & How to Avoid Them
Sometimes, doing things correctly is only a matter of knowing what not to do. And when it comes to saltwater fishing, learning from your mistakes isn’t always the safest method.
Offshore Fishing: Deep Dwellers
You can easily become a pro at offshore fishing — or at least look like a pro — with help from this 40-minute instructional release that offers plenty of insider tips, innovative methods and tricky techniques to dig up grouper, snapper and triggerfish.
Does anyone else find it a little disconcerting that two films on fishing would be offered as substitutes for a children’s cartoon about fish?
Maybe I’m just being too sensitive.
Maybe clownfish are good eatin’
Umm umm umm