What was the last DVD you bought and why?

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I've had a copy of Better Off Dead sitting around for a few months that I need to get around to watching. It's a semi popular 80's comedy I haven't seen yet.



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I've had a copy of Better Off Dead sitting around for a few months that I need to get around to watching. It's a semi popular 80's comedy I haven't seen yet.
I have Better Off Dead on dvd as part of a box set of 80s movies and haven't watched it yet either.



Muhholand drive and Pecker, ive seen both before but really couldnt remember them so i bought them together muhholand drive is ok i enjoyed it more this time around but probably dont need to watch again. Pecker just misses every mark, i guess i bought it because i love christiana ritchie but not at all worth watching and i turned it off a 1/3 of the way in.





This was the latest buy.

Why you ask?

Because reasons.
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You mean me? Kei's cousin?


It was The Girl Who Leapt Through Time on Blu-ray, and it was only $3. No way I was passing that up.



I thought it was really good when I saw it on YouTube, and it was only $7, so why wouldn't I go ahead and grab it?


I mean, it's The Castle of Cagliostro on Blu-ray and I finally found it for a decent price.
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I bought Game 6 which has a screenplay written by the novelist Don DeLillo.
Now I have to buy a DVD player.





20 movies for approximately $2.50 each at the price I paid. A combo of horror, noir, adventure, Robin Hood, pirates, cavemen, etc. Can't wait to dive in.
This looks amazing, I'll have to pick this up for myself. Thanks!



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20 movies for approximately $2.50 each at the price I paid. A combo of horror, noir, adventure, Robin Hood, pirates, cavemen, etc. Can't wait to dive in.
Hammer Films rule and not just the horror ones.



I bought a collection of Disney cartoons, I want to arrange for children evening screenings in the open air. For this, at the beginning of the month I ordered an Epson SVGA projector. I'm new to the topic of projectors, but here in the article https://homemakerguide.com/best-projectors-under-500/ I came across some pretty good options. When it gets warmer in the evenings, we will definitely try it out. It's still cool so far.





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I bought Game 6 a movie written by Don Delillo.
He wrote the book Cosmopolis that Cronenberg turned into a movie.
So if you like that you might like this.
I am underwhelmed myself..



Right now I'm seeing Blade at 7/11...

Dare I pick this up?
Unless you have HBO, do it! It's awesome.
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