Lady Netizen Defends Watching Pirated Version of ‘Rewind’: “Bakit di niyo sising yung uploader?”

Lady Netizen Defends Her Decision to Watch Pirated Version of ‘Rewind’ Instead of Watching in Cinema “pabor sa mga taong walang kakayahan manood ng CINE

A lady netizen defends herself for watching a pirated version of the top-grossing Metro Manila Film Festival (MMFF) movie ‘Rewind.’

An unnamed movie enthusiast shared a screenshot of her insights about the film. However, eagle-eyed netizens quickly noticed that she watched the movie on her laptop rather than in a movie theater

The lady netizen elicits various reactions from the online community, not for her review but for openly admitting to watching a pirated version of the ‘Rewind’ online.

Lady Netizen

Instead of offering an apology, she defended her choice, claiming that the blame should be placed on the uploader of the pirated version.

The woman lambasted the critics for bashing her after watching a pirated copy. She agree not to watch pirated copies, but the link is available all over the internet, and some can’t afford to go to the cinema.

“Daming umiiyak sa POST ko. Kesyo bakit daw sa laptop ako nanood, saan ba dapat? “Sa plato?” Kesyo magandang lesson daw dyan wag manood ng PIRATA. Yes may point naman kayo, mali naman talaga. FYI!! THE LINK IS ALL OVER THE INTERNET! Bakit di nyo sisihin o hanapin yung mismong UPLOADER? Ofcourse may LINK na at nasa FB na, sinong taong aayaw na panoorin kung naka upload na sa FB/INTERNET FOR FREE. Lalo na at pabor sa mga taong walang kakayahan manood ng CINE,” she wrote.

Lady Netizen

The latter also pointed some people who have the audacity to profit before giving the link.

“Yung iba nga mas makakapal ang MUKHA, pinagkakakitaan pa bago ibigay yung link! As if naman mapipigilan nyo pa yung mga tao na wag manood ng PIRATA! Para namang di nyo naranasan tangkilikin yung pirate CD sa BANGKETA noon mapanood nyo lang yung gusto nyong MOVIE, she added.

Individuals who obtain copyrighted materials including movies illegally may face a P500,000 fine and up to 20 years in prison under Republic Act No. 10175.

In a similar report, the authorities caught buses showing pirated copies of “hello, love, goodbye”

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