My M.O. with movies, as with books, is borrow rather than buy. My reading far outpaces my movie watching, in part because I also watch very little TV, so I’m rarely exposed to movie previews. My one-movie-theatre-visit-a-year also limits my preview exposure.
Anyway, we’ve had decent luck getting some movies from the public library, but their collection is limited and, when they do have a movie, the DVD is often in such bad shape that it’s unwatchable.
After slowly working our way through Matthew’s sci-fi television show collection over the past four years, we’ve recently found ourselves wanting to rent a movie or two.
We quickly discovered that actual movie rental places are becoming obsolete. All of the within-easy-biking-distance video stores were out of business, and I was not about to hop in the car. Enter Netflix.Continue reading “How green is that movie rental?”