what is your point. Cochlear implants or hearing aides, depending on the person, it only returns a percentage of hearing, and it still may be very difficult and frustrating for a hearing impaired person to follow along a movie without captions. Don't get me wrong, I don't think they should be forced to remove non-captioned movies (a lot of older movies were not captioned in the first place). But I think if at all possible, if the original content they have had subtitles, they should provide them. Yet there is a difference between closed captions and subtitles. Take Apple TV for example, it has the option to enable either subtitles or closed captions. (I watch netflix on the apple tv). If you rent a movie on the apple TV, it does serve up the closed captions, but Netflix will only do the subtitles, even if the original content had CC as well. Licensing issues aside, I believe its just a technical aspect that Netflix didn't bother to spend time on.