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  1. Robin9

    Why I Own So Many Movies.

    I certainly concentrate on watching discs which have just arrived because I don't like having a backlog of unwatched discs. However, I watch whatever strikes my fancy at the moment. That will be an unwatched disc if I have any but otherwise any of the discs in my collection. I do have a few I've...
  2. Robin9

    Why I Own So Many Movies.

    It's a very good film as you would expect with a screenplay by one of the best screen writers ever, helmed by one of the best directors ever and with one of the best casts ever!
  3. Robin9

    Why I Own So Many Movies.

    "Corporate thrillers" is a very good term and it's probably your unique creation because I've never heard it before. It does raise one question however: does it refer to thrillers set within a business environment, e.g. The Big Clock or does it means dramas about business e.g. Executive Suite...
  4. Robin9

    Why I Own So Many Movies.

    I can't argue with that!
  5. Robin9

    Why I Own So Many Movies.

    Most of my viewing is also of discs I bought ages ago which Is why I put the question. If a disc costs $20.00, the second time you watch it the cost is $10.00 per viewing. The fifth time you watch it, the cost per viewing has gone down to $4.00
  6. Robin9

    Why I Own So Many Movies.

    Doesn't that depend on how often you re-watch the discs?
  7. Robin9

    Why I Own So Many Movies.

    I don't know that my collection will be dumped in the garbage bin when I die. I have a nephew who loves old movies and he will inherit my collection. He will, I'm sure, get rid of some of it, but not by dumping it. He'll donate to the local library.
  8. Robin9

    Why I Own So Many Movies.

    I'm glad I still can. I'd be frustrated and bitter if I couldn't afford to buy what has come out in recent months.
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