Lo siento por eso. That’s Spanish for ‘Sorry about that’.
It’s frustrating to not understand what’s happening in a movie or TV show, but there are actually a few reasons this might have happened:
Why are there are no subtitles for small parts of the movie or TV show?
This has probably happened because it’s the director’s and studio’s intention for you not to know exactly what’s going on. After all, it’d hardly be any fun to watch a spy thriller if the enemies’ henchmen gave up the plan without a fight, just because of subtitles at the bottom of the screen. Keep watching and everything should become clear.
Why are there no subtitles for the whole movie or TV show?
Oops! All of our foreign language movies and TV shows should have subtitles, so that you can follow the story even if you don’t hablar español (That’s Spanish for… speak Spanish). Please get in touch with us right away so we can sort everything out – and if you’ve already picked an alternative movie or TV show of the same value to watch, tell us what it is. We’ll get it added to your account so the show can go on, without any further interruptions.
There are subtitles, but why wasn’t I told the movie or TV show would be in a different language?
Sorry! We’ve got a wide range of films and TV shows on blinkbox Movies – many of which are in a foreign language, and we aim to label them clearly at the top of the description:
If we missed one and you’ve decided you’d rather watch something in English, get in touch with us and we’ll get everything sorted – ideally, you’ll have already picked an alternative movie or TV show of the same value to watch. That way, when you tell us what it is, we can get it added to your account so you’re able to watching something that’s more entertaining than entretenido.