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20 years of movie collecting
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DVD Profiler Unlimited RegistrantStar ContributorGSyren
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I've been trying to recall when I bought my first DVD. It must have been in the late '90s. I know that Stallone's Cobra was among my first DVDs, and that was released in February 1998.

I remember that I was wondering if DVDs would have as good content as LaserDiscs or if they were destined to be just bare bones movie releases. I guess my worries were mostly unfounded.

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So, who's with me for another 20 years?   

I kind of doubt that I will still be here in 20 years, but I'm sure I'll hang on to my collection until they carry me out feet first. And I'm sure I'll be buying discs as long as they are offered.
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I mostly use my dvd on line collection for the history of watching as well..  Like if someone asked me if I had ever seen ... i.e.  Patch Adams as an example,  I would quickly go to my phone ap.. look it up to see if I own it or  have watched it.. even on cable TV .  If I watch an entire movie I don't own but catch it when I am channel surfing  on one of the many  cable/ streaming sites of  HD titles .,  I try and make it a habit of downloading  the title to my data base and marking it watched ' on such and such a date ' and then  stick it under my wish list.  Even if I  rewatch a title I do own,  but on cable TV I still mark it as 'watched'  -on that date. ,, so the Invelos program itself is a great way to keep these titles/history - UP TO DATE.

I may own a  blue ray of Forrest Gump (to replace my laser Disc) .. I may skim this  DVD title to check quality and physical data for playback..  but not necessarily watch the title at the point of entry to my data .. due to tiime .,,  but the history of the title over say 8 - to 10years  may read 5 or six viewings in total for the overall  love of the title itself..
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