February 28, 2006

Quote of The Day

Simon Dumenco of AdAge, in making a list of those who need to apologize:

Blockbuster -- fresh in my mind because of its current TV commercial campaign -- for continuing to market its online rental service as a better alternative to Netflix, when in fact Blockbuster routinely condescends to its customers by offering censored versions of films. Like, if you rent the indie classic “Y tu Mamá También” from Blockbusters in certain parts of the country, Gael Garcia Bernal and Diego Luna don’t kiss at the end. I suppose that means that before “Capote” can hit Blockbuster’s shelves, Philip Seymour Hoffman’s dialogue will be have to be redubbed by James Earl Jones.

Posted by Stephen Silver at February 28, 2006 12:15 PM

I totally agree. I first belonged to Blockbuster's mail program and noticed the censorship thing when I attempted to rent World Police to see the scene everyone kept talking about only to find out that they didn't have it available. So now I am a proud netfliz member.

Posted by: A at February 28, 2006 03:00 PM

When you're in a not good position and have no money to get out from that point, you will have to take the business loans. Because it should aid you unquestionably. I take car loan every year and feel OK just because of that.

Posted by: KellyAva28 at July 27, 2011 05:20 AM

When you are in not good state and have got no cash to move out from that point, you will have to receive the personal loans. Because that will aid you for sure. I take auto loan every time I need and feel myself OK because of it.

Posted by: NORTONKaitlin34 at August 16, 2011 11:16 PM
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