I went to Blockbuster a couple of weeks ago and was interested in picking up Blood Work with Clint Eastwood and realized every copy they had was full screen. I asked one of the employees why they only offer full screen and no wide screen. He had no answer for me, and I passed knowing full screen was all I could get. This weekend I was interested in Bourne Identity, but of course it was out. I checked to see if it was in the bin.....and surprisingly there was one copy available. What luck!!! I was excited at my good fortune only to get home and find out it was freaking full screen! Not only was it full screen, but the menu and previews were wide screen!!! Needless to say I was pissed!!! I returned the movie Sunday morning determined to get to the bottom of this. I asked the high school kid that worked there who was in charge of ordering the movies and he asked why. I told him that I was tired of attempting to rent the new releases and have them be all full screen. If this kept up I was going to take my business elsewhere (which I am sure had Blockbuster quaking in their boots). He told me that it wouldn't matter where I went because the movie industry decides what copies they send out. What I want to know, is this true? Are we all being held hostage by what the industry wants us to see? I almost feel like this is censorship. Why should I watch what they want me to watch? It's almost like getting a book with pages torn out. This really pisses me off, and I need help from my fellow movie renters. Is there anywhere one can turn to actually have a choice, or are we all aspect:ratio censored? Thanks for listening, Jason p.s. I am stilled pissed!