I’ve always tended to sit throught the credits in a movie at the cinema, perhaps less so at home but I still like the option!
Was anyone else annoyed when TV Show credits started scrolling so quickly a few years ago that you could barely read them or would miss the details. Just as annoying as presenters talking over credits!
Then the streaming channels decided we’d all want everything to play automatically so scrolling credits are minimised to a small box and options for next episode etc appear, or things just play when you don’t want them to!
Now Netflix are trialling a feature to speed up viewing consumption!
I really can’t see why I’d want to watch a movie at faster or slower than normal speed - any thoughts? Then again I suppose we had freeze frame, and various trick play options on VCRs which was fun for special effects occasionally, but the Netflix suggestion presumably gives adjusted audio too. (I’ve tried that on Audible audiobooks and can’t say it’s a good experience).