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Old 06-20-2019, 06:04 AM   #161
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oh i['m sure they still do, also shit there's still movies that were put on ****ing Beta and VHS that have never made to any format since those were released. i'm not picky on my picture like many people are, but movies i'd love to be remastered and they badly do are the dead end kids,east side kids, bowery boys, little tough guys. those are great films well maybe not every single one of them

and those deserve to be on blu-ray or i'd settle for dvd if they actually get around to remaster those which they badly need it. some of them look good, but others look so bad that they look like bootlegs that have been around since the 30's and watched a lot.

and yes taste too. but i still prefer the idea that if i want to pick up one of my dvd's or blu-ray's or hell one of my copied movies people have made for me, i can 10 or even 20 years from now if my player is still working than do just that, but i doubt the digital ones are going to be around that long
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With all free sites, do people even buy porn anymore?
You could ask the same question about all media. With all the free (piracy) sites, do people even buy movies and TV shows anymore?

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Old 06-20-2019, 10:30 AM   #163
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i do
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Old 08-25-2019, 04:56 PM   #164
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oilers73 because some thing is profitable dosen't mean it is any good, it can simply be down to good marketing and pricing
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**GreatGreg** streaming is popular because it is a easy option, also not being a physical item...can't get damaged
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Old 08-26-2019, 01:36 AM   #167
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I still buy DVDS for movies. Both old movies and brand new movies. if you look hard enough there are a few 2 disc special edition DVDs for stuff like Aquaman at Walgreens.
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It wasn't a new release, but I bought a DVD this week. Backwards compatibility means production will never truly stop.
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Hopefully not for a while. To most folks outside forums like this, dvd is still the face of physical media and if major studio support is pulled then it could be pretty catastrophic for blu as well. Visibility is already kind of hurting with fewer brick and mortar stores devoting much space to physical media or even carrying them at all. And although dvd often gets a pretty negative wrap around here, there's still a whole lot of nice content out there that's not on blu.

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