Frederick E. Allen from Forbes complained about Netflix's lousy selection of movies:
Lately people keep telling me how great Netflix is, because you can see anything you want, anytime, streaming on your TV or computer. That’s hardly my experience. I keep finding that when there’s a movie I really want to see, I can’t get it. To find out if my experience can withstand scientific scrutiny, I just did a quick test. I checked how many of Roger Ebert’s best movies of 2010 are available by streaming. Well, eight of his top 10 are out on video and can be ordered by mail from Netflix, but only one of them, I Am Love, can be streamed. The Social Network, Inception, Winter’s Bone, The Secret in Their Eyes, The American, The Ghost Writer, and The Kids Are All Right are all available only via the United States Postal Service. If I want to stream, I’ll have to watch something inferior.
How would you rate Netflix's selection of streaming movies?