"I expected this to be a B/W movie, but i did not expect for music to be playing over the actors actions and periodic flashing of text on the screen to be read. There is no spoken dialog for this movie. I turned off within 15 minutes."
The film reviewed is Uncle Tom's Cabin, made in 1927, before the sound era began. It is great that Netflix has opened up a whole new era of film-viewing for people who might otherwise never get to see such an historically significant film like this one.