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    Icon14 How many DVDs do you own?

    Today there were some fantastic ANZAC day specials on at The Warehouse, and they were practically giving away DVDs (not literally). So I didn't buy just one, I brought two, taking my collection to 5 DVDs :o . My collection now features:

    - Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring
    - Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers
    - Da Ali G Movie
    - The Hot Chick
    - South Park: Bigger, Longer and Uncut

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    I don't own any, because I don't see the point of buying DVD's when they're easily rented. My sister has two however and I do intend to purchase the Lord of the Rings box set when it comes out.
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    Who the hell needs other DVD's when there are these two?

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    I couldn't name em all, but at a glance I would say I have about 200 DVD's. Some of them are identical because I merged my collection with my parents.

    Funny thing is, I still have a hard time picking one out to watch.


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    I don't own many personally. I can't really afford them myself, but the family has a fair few.

    Love the idea of collecting good movies, but I don't watch them. I can't sit through movies.

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    When I saw the title I thought Nibblet was going to have a massive number...

    My unwatched pile is 20-odd high and I have about the same again I have watched.

    Not bad for 4 months collecting.
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    The cost seems to be far too high to warrant getting a film you may only watch once.. Id only get Road Trip and Green Mile (films i know i will want to watch again and again)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Langeveldt
    The cost seems to be far too high to warrant getting a film you may only watch once.. Id only get Road Trip and Green Mile (films i know i will want to watch again and again)
    exactly. thats what i do.

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    Can't see the point of getting a DVD player at the mo- I have no money! (it's all gone on my RHCP ticket).

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    Harsh!! I mean my ticket to see the Red Hot Chili Peppers in Cardiff

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    That's OK - how much was it out of interest?

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