Do you still go to record bars?
By xio shi
October 6, 2010 9:25pm CST
Hi to all. I'm wondering if there are still people who appreciate record bars since pirated is rampant. You can grab a copy of your favourite movies anywhere at a low price and when it comes to songs you can download it online anytime or you can buy it in sidewalks. Well, for me i still appreciate record bars especially the movie i want is not available and sometimes i like to grab a original one. When it comes to pirated they only have the latest one and they don't usually produce indi films nor a movies from a foreign language, they usually sell American movies. There are good movies produced by other country and i have trouble in finding it so my option is to rush in record bars( you can request a copy if it's not available and that's what i like most).
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9 Oct 10
Here in my place you can't get a 50% off to a year old copy. They often sale CD's which i don't like to buy even if the movie is award winning. I got a 70% discount of So Close and the movie was released years a go, a little bit old but when i saw it on sale i grab it right away. I like the movie so much and i want an original copy to collect.
7 Oct 10
Yup, i like record bars as much as u do.. haha =D I like the quality of originality when it comes to movies. There's no point in getting a cheap pirated piece of it, only to end up not watchable?? lol =D OR in worse case scenario, we are seeing more of the audience's movements than the actions in the moive.. lol =D
9 Oct 10
Hahaha yeah, when pirated is new in the industry you can't get a clear copy but now it's rampant and you can also have a bluray copy. Pirated DVD's is New York are not clear, you can hear their voice and their big body blocking the screen and in that case you feel like your in cinemas too.
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