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Old 03-16-2007, 10:49 AM
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I have Nexflix for over a year now after been upset with my local Blockbuster for saving the new movie to their buddys only. I have 35 movies in my List including SD DVD and HD DVD and I have to say that for the last month the HD DVD service is going from bad to worst. I have been waiting for Miami Vice for over a month, anyway post in here How many movies do you have in your Q.

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Old 03-16-2007, 11:17 AM
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I don't rent, but I've got around 1100 on the IKEA shelves at home.
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Old 03-16-2007, 12:25 PM
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I don't rent, but I've got around 1100 on the IKEA shelves at home.
Would you donate some DVDs to me please.I like Sci-fi movies.)
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I subscribe to both Netflix and Blockbuster, and Netflix seems to do a bit better with getting me High Def discs, and they get movies out quicker in general. When Blockbuster starts to rent High Def discs in my area I will drop Netflix, and go completely with Blockbuster due to the fact that I can return an online rental for a high def rental at the store (assuming I can exchange that standard def rental for a high def rental). The manager at my store stated that High Def discs are coming to the store in April.
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Old 03-16-2007, 03:16 PM
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I subscribe to both Netflix and Blockbuster, and Netflix seems to do a bit better with getting me High Def discs, and they get movies out quicker in general. When Blockbuster starts to rent High Def discs in my area I will drop Netflix, and go completely with Blockbuster due to the fact that I can return an online rental for a high def rental at the store (assuming I can exchange that standard def rental for a high def rental). The manager at my store stated that High Def discs are coming to the store in April.
Good luck man. I think around my area people don't have sex no more because they never have new movies available.)
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Old 03-17-2007, 08:37 AM
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I don't rent DVD's, it just seems pricey to me when you can buy films for around 5/6 if you're prepared to wait!
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Old 03-17-2007, 11:28 AM
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I don't rent DVD's, it just seems pricey to me when you can buy films for around 5/6 if you're prepared to wait!
You know me Tej I do not have patient.) I'll give you an example, right now I'm looking for 300 street price if you know what I mean.:-#
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Old 03-19-2007, 12:53 PM
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I have about 200 movies / discs on my queue, maybe 20-25 are HD. That number will jump quite a but once I get my PS3.

Personally I love Netflix. I wish they carried games but thats a small gripe. It's a great way to watch TV on DVD.
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im with some of the others. I never rent movies. I havent rented in 5 years or so. Why do that when I can just buy them and have them part of my collection
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Old 03-20-2007, 01:16 AM
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im with some of the others. I never rent movies. I havent rented in 5 years or so. Why do that when I can just buy them and have them part of my collection
In my case I only buy Sci-Fi movies, action/adventure, horror and cartoons. Now let me ask you prelude if you don't buy a movie you do not see the film at all?

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Same for you Tej.
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