‘Wind River’ Being On Netflix Has Probably Killed Productivity Across America

Wind River (Credit: Screenshot/Netflix Video)

David Hookstead Sports And Entertainment Editor
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“Wind River” is on Netflix, and that’s bad news for productivity levels.

I saw “Wind River” in theaters several months back, and actually considered buying it when it was released. I haven’t bought a movie since “13 Hours.” Used to buy them all the time, but streaming services kind of killed my need for buying new movies. So, it would have been a huge purchase for me.

Well, now the movie is on Netflix, and I can’t get anything done when I find myself with some free time. I’ve watched it probably six or seven times in the past two weeks. Whenever I have free time it’s on my television, at the very least in the background.

It begs the question if anything is even getting done these days.

The movie is just too good to ever pass up. Jeremy Renner and Elizabeth Olsen both put on performances of a lifetime.

People who are fans of the film and people who had never even seen it before have been texting me out of the blue that they saw it on Netflix. They all loved the film, even those who are watching it over and over again.

I pray for all the employers out there. No chance anything is getting done for as long as this movie stays on Netflix. Bad news for the bosses. Good news for the average joes like myself.

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