Netflix vs. The World

Netflix vs. The World (2019)

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“Today, Netflix is the 800-pound gorilla in streaming entertainment with a market cap over $200 billion. Yet, it was only twenty-odd years ago that Netflix started as one person’s crazy idea to rent movies through the mail. Those under age thirty might not realize that scrappy Netflix somehow took down the giant retailer Blockbuster (and Blockbuster even refused to buy Netflix outright in the early years for a paltry $50 million)”Kevin Kruse (Forbes)

District’s Grade:C+
District’s Category:Worth It
Sub-Genres:Technology, Business
Run Time:104 Mins
The District Categories: Niche (worth the watch for those interested in the topic), Worth It (worth your time), Classic (one of the best examples of the documentary genre), Skip It (not worth your time)

More about The Documentary District: We are a team dedicated to highlighting documentary films and projects in an effort to promote independent film making. We also provide information on where to stream new documentaries as they become available. If you have a film or project that you would like to submit, you can visit our Submit a Film page.


This documentary charts Netflix’s two-decade rise and transformation of home entertainment, content production and the entertainment industry itself through the voices of its founders, rivals, and industry experts.”- IGN

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The District’s Quick Hits

Awards:Best Documentary 2019 (Lone Star Film Fest), Official Selection 2020 (Garden State Film Fest)
Where To Stream:Amazon Prime
Director:Shawn Cauthen
Where To Stream sections are based on the films location at the time of the article’s published date. Some films may no longer be available on certain streaming services.

Netflix vs. The World

2019
104 Minutes
Worth It
Final Grade: C+
Now Streaming On: Amazon Prime

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The Documentary District is the creation of 90sKid. Struggling to find a way to keep track of all the documentaries they've watched, 90sKid started TheDocumentaryDistrict.com to track films and help promote independent film making. 90sKid owns and operates TheDocumentaryDistrict.com but is not affiliated with any of the featured films, companies, or projects.

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