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Published: 1 week ago
This is the greatest video essay of All Time


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1 week ago

Very intense animated emotions. It's take a but to get used to but I like it.

2 days ago

Do more of these

3 days ago

Bro ur gatekeeping literally everyone knows what blockbuster is

3 days ago

Not buying Netflix is just a big question on why they didnt get bought out and they could have changed things if they started the redbox

3 days ago

I miss video rental stores...

4 days ago

Netflix didn’t kill Blockbuster. The late fees bullshit did the trick

46 minutes ago

I think maybe Charlie doesn't know what happened to Enron hahaha

1 hour ago

In all Seriousness, i would love more of these, semi serious interesting discussion type things. Keep it up man, and great video. :)

2 hours ago

You should talk about the failure of toys r us, it both made me happy and broke my heart.

5 hours ago

Considering the current oversaturation of streaming services, platform exclusive content, and the rise in piracy because of that, do you think we could benefit from a revival of the video rental system? The closest thing that really exists is dvd collections in libraries, which are free, but often incomplete (series wise).

6 hours ago

"They just dipped the tip of their dick in the water"
Uh Cr1t, there are better ways to check your bath water, mate.

6 hours ago

Step 1. Go to Google

Step 2. Search this keyword: 123moviesdailypro

Step 3. Enjoy!


When another person makes you suffer, it is because he suffers deeply within himself, and his suffering is spilling over. He does not need punishment; he needs help. That's the message he is sending.

Be careful of love. It'll twist your brain around and leave you thinking up is down and right is wrong.

Love doesn't just sit there, like a stone, it has to be made, like bread; remade all the time, made new.

Our lives were now worlds apart, separated by time, circumstance, and the unbridgeable chasm of money.

8 hours ago

R.I.P. Blockbuster.
It was because of you that my mom went and rented me Metal Gear Solid for the playstation.
Since that time MGS has become my favorite franchise.
Thank you, Blockbuster.

9 hours ago

blockbuster was a huge part of my childhood, the smell alone is pretty rad

10 hours ago

7:12 "they partnered with Enron" OH! NO WONDER! XD

11 hours ago

wow companyman is PG13 now, hmm wasn't expecting that

13 hours ago

Bro I really dont want gamestop to go because I've had so many nice conversations at gamestop and I love physical games because I want to actually hold the games I buy.

14 hours ago

"Slowly getting thanos snapped away"
Then it's not a snap

14 hours ago

Netflix is trash

14 hours ago

That blockbuster is actually permanently closed according to google maps in Oregon

15 hours ago

It doesn't say that. It's open right now. It says "Hours:
Closes soon: 9PM ⋅ Opens 10:30AM Wed"

12 hours ago

U should do this animation more often

16 hours ago

I remember riding my 10 speed down to the Blockbuster to rent Alien 3. I was 13 years old.

16 hours ago

At least Oregon got recognized for something

16 hours ago

It didn't fail. Blockbuster was extremely successful.

16 hours ago

But it could have ruled the world by now.

11 hours ago

Oh my God, it's Paul Finch..

17 hours ago

When people give this video a dislike its cause they lost their jobs when blockbuster went bankrupt. Kind of sad

18 hours ago

This was an awesome video, Charlie. Please post more like these.

19 hours ago

If only CBD was around then. It's the only thing Family Video sells now.

19 hours ago

I unfortunately wasn't able to witness the downfall of Blockbuster cuz I was in Germany during that time (mum got stationed at an air base). The only thing we could rely on for movie rentals was Netflix, so, yeah. Hit me hard going back to the U.S. and finding out Blockbuster was dead thanks in part to Netflix lol.

19 hours ago

When was the last time anyone has even SEEN a BlockBuster? The absolute last time I saw one was all the way back in 2004.
Speaking of companies that were popular in the '90s and early 2000s, you ought to cover Sears, Toys R Us, Hollywood Home Video, and Circuit City next.

21 hours ago

You’re bald under that hat, aren’t you?

21 hours ago

Blockbuster?! More like WALLERbuster!

23 hours ago

Company man wants to know your location

1 day ago

The only thing keeping that last blockbuster afloat is the hipsters who watch vhs in portland

1 day ago