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Where do you watch your favorite movie?  

  1. 1. Where do you watch your favorite movie?

    • Premium subscription channels (HBO, Showtime, Starz, etc.)
      4
    • Network television channels (ad-supported networks)
      1
    • DVD/VHS/Blu-ray
      10
    • Theaters
      4
    • Other
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With movies now costing almost $13+, I don't go to theaters anymore; unless it's a movie I've been really interested for. I use to catch midnight openings for those type of movies but I don't have the will to stand in line anymore.

 

I just casually wait for the DVD release or wait for the upload to Netflix.

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For me, premium subscription channels all the way. I can't stand edited movies presented on network television, at all. Every movie always has to be edited for time reasons and content, which tarnishes it. No interruptions and edits mean that I can see the movie uncut, which is why I subscribe to HBO or Cinemax over Starz.

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I torrent the movies I want to watch. I don't have the money for theaters. I don't really buy DVD's or Blu-rays either. If I can't watch it for free then I don't bother. :eek:

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I watch most of movies on internet, but thanks to SOPA some movies are gone.

 

Let Me Watch This

 

GoGo Anime

Anime/Drama Crazy.net

 

Anime Freak

 

Anime Avenue

 

Cruycholl

 

Asian Horror Movies

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I torrent the movies I want to watch. I don't have the money for theaters. I don't really buy DVD's or Blu-rays either. If I can't watch it for free then I don't bother. :eek:

 

I watch most of movies on internet, but thanks to SOPA some movies are gone.

 

Let Me Watch This

 

GoGo Anime

Anime/Drama Crazy.net

 

Anime Freak

 

Anime Avenue

 

Cruycholl

 

Asian Horror Movies

 

I used to download movies, but 3 of my friends unfortunately got sued for copyright infringement so I stopped downloading movies for my sake.

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I used to download movies, but 3 of my friends unfortunately got sued for copyright infringement so I stopped downloading movies for my sake.

 

This sites you can watch w/o downloading movies.

 

Asian Horror movies has forum and they make sure it's not copyright.

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This sites you can watch w/o downloading movies.

 

Asian Horror movies has forum and they make sure it's not copyright.

 

 

It's called streaming and it's still stealing. Anything coming out of Hollywood is essentially copyrighted. Asian/Foreign movies would have less protocol because they are hosted on foreign sites and they technically aren't really violating US laws because their production was not with in the US.

 

I know about LetMeWatchThis and WatchThisLetMe, I used to do them before but now I don't. I rather pay $10 for a DVD on the on-sale rack then $3,000+ in court.

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DVD/VHS/Blu-Ray. With those you can watch them on your time with little to no interruption. :)
Ah, I forgot to add "on demand" as another option... :)

 

I have a few movies on DVD's too (20 or so), but I only by them if I'm unable to see them on a premium channel or I just want to preserve them. At least there are bonuses and extras, which is worth it. :tup:

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I pick the DVD/Blu Ray option. I also have for 1 full year Showtime for year. Plus couple of times a year I add in HBO as well to tape some of their current and classic shows.

 

I can't tell you or remember last film i saw at the movies lol. Another option not mentioned as i that use netflex to rent. In addition to netflex as renting from my local libaries. They may not have the latest movies but films released over the last few years and even older ones from 20 years ago or more are what is available at most libaries.

 

 

PS. IRT if you can add another option such as netflex and the redbox. I seen many people at supermarkets rent there. That real popular now. Also are you a movie fan IRT?

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PS. IRT if you can add another option such as netflex and the redbox. I seen many people at supermarkets rent there. That real popular now. Also are you a movie fan IRT?
Sadly, I can't edit polls... that's what i get for rushing lol.

 

movie fan? Definitely. That's why I support premium tv.

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Sadly, I can't edit polls... that's what i get for rushing lol.

 

movie fan? Definitely. That's why I support premium tv.

 

 

Sadly i can't afford right now to have both premium tv channels like HBO (I have showtime 'free' for 1 year until this June) and still have the sports channels (my love in entertainment lol)at same time.

 

Plus i read somewhere due to the recession HBO and SHO has lost a small # of customers over past 2-3 years.

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It's a combo of a few. Years ago when movie theater tix were cheaper, I'd watch maybe 5 for the year. This past summer I saw 5 which was the most in the past 2 years combined.

 

Now it's movies from the premium channels. Once the fios 2 yr deal is up, I'll go back to just Cinemax as it's cheap and has a decent variety of movies.

Dvds, I have a few, but don't watch as much especially since I can watch it from one of the premium channels.

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Ah, I forgot to add "on demand" as another option... :)

 

I have a few movies on DVD's too (20 or so), but I only by them if I'm unable to see them on a premium channel or I just want to preserve them. At least there are bonuses and extras, which is worth it. :tup:

 

You have more DVDs than I do at the moment. To be honest I have way more VHSs than DVDs. On demand is ok but I hate how you can't fast forward certain programming.

 

Does porn count as a movie? If I doesn't I don't have any good movies mind.

 

LMAO. I don't see why not. :cool:

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Plus i read somewhere due to the recession HBO and SHO has lost a small # of customers over past 2-3 years.
Isn't the high price itself the reason why people don't subscribe to HBO? But then again, I guess it's for the original series...

 

Now it's movies from the premium channels. Once the fios 2 yr deal is up, I'll go back to just Cinemax as it's cheap and has a decent variety of movies.
Yep, the majority of old films airing on HBO/Max were formally seen on Starz/Encore 2-3 years ago. So it's not like you're missing out on anything if you don't subscribe to their faux premium service.

 

You have more DVDs than I do at the moment. To be honest I have way more VHSs than DVDs. On demand is ok but I hate how you can't fast forward certain programming.
You'd be surprised to see how many VHS tapes I have now.

 

Who's your TV provider? I'm able to fast forward on demand content without hassles.

 

Does porn count as a movie?
LMAO. I don't see why not. :cool:
oicwhatudidthere. :(

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lol, forgot to mention about the vhs, same here on having more of those than dvds. For Bluray, I have maybe 5 movies total. To me I don't really need it plus I like to watch dvds, when away, on the laptop. I don't have a viao so I can't watch the bluray movies.

 

Interesting about the starz and Hbo thing. Yeah, I'm not in a hurry to see a movie.

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LMAO. I don't see why not. :cool:

 

In that case I'll list my top 5:

 

1). Accidental hooker

2). Missionary Position Impossible 2

3). Why Things Burn

4). Tug Boat

And Last but not least...

5). San Fernando Jones and the Temple of Poon

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Who's your TV provider? I'm able to fast forward on demand content without hassles.

 

At the moment, Cablevision but really interested in FIOS. Too bad FIOS is not available in my area yet. :tdown: Programs like Family guy or COPS isn't really fast forward-able to name a few.

 

In that case I'll list my top 5:

 

1). Accidental hooker

2). Missionary Position Impossible 2

3). Why Things Burn

4). Tug Boat

And Last but not least...

5). San Fernando Jones and the Temple of Poon

 

Not bad at all sir. :tup:

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