It’s sad not Blockbuster closing, but almost every video rental closing.
And as olyteddy posted, people are limiting themselves to what movies their onlise service as.
But it’s the modern ages, people only want big stores huge malls, and not work for anything.
In the “dark ages” when i was young, we had to go downtown and walk the streets going from store to store, to buy our food, clothes, etc…, now we want to buy all in the same place, and with video we are even too lazy to get out of the house!!!
Sooner or later we are going to pay the price, as Blockbuster killed small video stores, now netflix kills Blockbuster, and in some years there’s no competition, and we pay what they want to watch what they want, as there will be only one or two service providers!!!
This will happen in all markets, video, food, clothes, electronics, there will be only two or three big chains that control the market and the price of things.
Think about the quality of service and the price you pay for the cellphone company, internet, cable TV!!! There are only a couple of chains ruling the market and even those are merging…