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Hate the Warner Home Video delay in making movies available to Netflix. I seriously doubt it's going to increase dvd sales or pay per view income for them or other studios that may join in this practice. Most people won't buy a movie they haven't seen, and I think most Netflix patrons will wait 28 days to see a new release rather than spend four bucks to see it on pay per view. As a Netflix subscriber and someone who buys a lot of dvds, I'm less likely to buy WB discs now because of my annoyance with this practice.
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Perfect recap. Yes, this is one of the best "Chuck" episodes ever.
Toggle Commented Jan 26, 2010 on 'Chuck': 'Chuck' hits a new high at Show Tracker
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Did it make any sense in the third act that Walter was testing individuals in the building to see if they were infected (something anyone could have done) instead of working on a way to kill this world-threatening virus?
Toggle Commented Jan 22, 2010 on 'Fringe': Confinement at Show Tracker
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Please tell me we're not going to have to see Peter go after the killer of Uncle Ben for the third time in four movies.
Toggle Commented Jan 12, 2010 on 'Spider-Man 4': What went wrong? at 24 Frames
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So the theory is as a Netflix customer I'm going to REWARD Warner Brothers for making me wait an extra month for new releases by BUYING their DVDs - "Thanks for punishing me, here's my $20"?
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Any ten best list has to include the number "24."
Toggle Commented Dec 12, 2009 on Top 10 TV shows of the decade at On The Air
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The system was deemed broken the instant "The Dark Knight" didn't get a Best Picture nomination (I think it should have won). Having 10 nominees allows the Academy to look less out of touch, attract more audience interest in their show, and still give most of their love to 3 or 4 movies few people in the country will ever want to see.
Yes, Dave was off with both interviews. It was almost like he wanted Eliza to look bad by not letting go of her interest in hunting. Let's see if he's charmed by Carey Mulligan tonight.
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Sony has another summer hit with "The Ugly Truth" which came out July 24th and will pass $80 million this week.
Toggle Commented Aug 19, 2009 on Hard Lessons at BFDealmemo
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Once again the critics are pretty much completely out of touch with the audience. "The Ugly Truth" opened to $27 this weekend with the highest per screen average in the top ten and received an A- from Cinemascore.
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Re: Billy Beane's A's - "But they didn't win anything."
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"Oh, no, will the model break a heel? Who will get to wear the signature dress?" Think I'll be watching "Privileged" and "Reaper" on dvd.
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