Costco selection getting pretty bad

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  1. Jon Hertzberg

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    Mine's not bad, either. Just picked up a bunch of new Fox and MGM catalog titles (Kazan, Woody, and Ford) + Mann's LAST OF THE MOHICANS and Davies' DEEP BLUE SEA. The latter is a Music Box title...my Costco had several MB titles, all for $11.99. They are around twice that amount on Amazon.
     
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    Mine had 19.99 Criterions of The Game, Rosemary's Baby and Following. Other notables: How Green Was My Valley for 8.99, Tree of Life for 9.99, Best Exotic Marigold Hotel for 9.99.
     
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    Seeing this has become a Costco deals thread, would the original poster be agreeable to a thread title change?
     
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    http://www.hometheaterforum.com/t/327152/costco-blu-ray-and-dvd-deals
     
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    Well, there's always that.
    Thanks!
     
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    At my local Costco in Waterbury, CT they still have Rebecca and Notorious on Blu for less than $9. Also, I just picked up Blu-Rays of Laura, Gentleman's Agreement, and Monsters Inc. (3D). Their selection has shrunk a bit from what it was a few years back, but they usually always have the latest blockbuster releases (especially in 3D) some of the classics, and box sets as well. All at very good prices.
     
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    Orlando had the Criterion of The Man Who Knew Too Much 1934 for $19.99.
     

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