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7 Messages


222 Points

Mon, Jan 16, 2017 12:40 AM

A trailer ad ON TOP OF the trailer I am TRYING to watch is so stupid I am about to boycott you

So you put a trailer ad for something I don't care about—The Young Pope—ON TOP OF the trailer you promoted on your homepage—Youth in Oregon—I was TRYING to watch but I can't watch it because clearly you only care about ad revenue these days. Why would you disrespect users who want to view a trailer in peace by making one third of the trailer an AD FOR SOMETHING ELSE. Is nothing sacred anymore? When did you become so greedy IMDB? If this keeps happening, the loyal fan that I am, touting you as my most used website, will disown you forever because it turns out all you care about is money. If that's the case so be it, but how absolutely stupid can you be. IMDB is, sorry was, a site for movie fans. If you can't even respect a movie trailer anymore, then shame on you and I'm done and hopefully others will follow.




945 Messages


41.6K Points

5 y ago

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82 Points

5 y ago

This is So annoying!!!