There are so many great ways to rent movies now:

October 10th, 2010


And, viagra usa online yet, cialis viagra still so few good movies to rent.

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  • 1. Patrick Dorwin  |  October 10th, 2010 at 1:29 pm

    Don’t forget all the free movies & TV shows you can get from and each network puts a lot of their shows on line too.

  • 2. TerryN  |  October 10th, 2010 at 5:58 pm

    I concur. I have a 42″ plasma, home theater audio and I’m watching B&W classics on AMC-HD.

  • 3. David Casper  |  October 11th, 2010 at 8:02 am

    We use Netflix (both streaming and DVDs) to watch a lot of television series. This works well because there’s no limit to how long you can keep the DVD and streaming is always available, so we’re not forced to cram an entire season of something in before having to return the DVD. We’ve discovered a lot of interesting (mostly British) shows we probably would have never checked out simply because it’s so easy to give it a look and stop watching if we’re just not interested. They also have a respectable library of classics, cult flicks and children’s programming/movies that comes in handy when there’s simply nothing else to watch.

    Then we use Redbox for the latest movie releases that we know we’ll watch that night.

    I’ve only bought one movie on iTunes…when the time comes that I can start “renting” them, I’m sure I’ll use it a lot more.

    Honestly, there are only a few shows keeping me from getting rid of the dish entirely. When my contract is up I’ll be negotiating with DirecTV for a MUCH better deal. With all my other options (and the fact that Dora and Diego are streaming on Netflix), they’re going to have to make a pretty sweet offer if I’m going to keep them. The only thing I’ll regret about that is that DirecTV seriously has some of the best customer service I’ve ever had from a service provider.

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