Blockbuster penguinz0 81 816 görünümler 1 252 029 katma 12 Aug 2019 81 816 görünümler 1 252 029EğlenceThis is the greatest video essay of All TimeYORUMLAR penguinz05 gün önceAnimation by tr-center.com/inline/UCZj7QQVYbWAVeQdCLBXZiyw PetRock15116 saatler önce Do more of these GuarrGün önce Bro ur gatekeeping literally everyone knows what blockbuster is kobra6660Gün önce 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 HentaiHistorian2 gün önce I miss video rental stores... Sora NioStaur2 gün önce this . . . was a really good video, thank you my dude diab3tic bear5 saatler önceNetflix is going to shit now isn't it? Red Army Robin5 saatler önceI'm wondering if the one in Bend is gonna live on. Like, people will make trips there just to see it, but who knows how long the novelty would last. Eventually the three dudes who work there are gonna run outta money if people stop going there, else they make it a tourist trap with blockbuster branding and dvds + games you can buy. dankery._.memes boi5 saatler önceDO RADIO SHAACCKKKK Calio5 saatler önceFond memories of blockbusters growing up, the last time I ever went was when I collected my pre-order of GTA V 😥 Lara6 saatler öncelove u blockbuster always and forever Will Corbett6 saatler önceAudio is out of sync Chenquieh6 saatler önceLmao nice try Charlie, we all know yo u have a shrine dedicated to Blockbuster in your closet. boofghost6 saatler önceIt’s high key Enrons fault, fucking lies on their finances knights of jim6 saatler önceNetflix is kind of dying now too Jennifer Grasso7 saatler önceWhat a well done video. I still drive by where my Blockbuster used to be and it really makes me sad. It was an event to go get a movie and snacks. 😒 John Shaffer7 saatler önceGoogle maps says there are two operational Blockbusters, both in Oregon. One in Bend and one in Salem. The last two of their species. Kyrix lolifier8 saatler öncetheir are actually 2 left the other is in australia BeastlyMussel618 saatler önceMy town had a Hollywood Video back in the day. I still remember how it looked inside and exactly where they put the PS2 games (this was how I played Sonic Riders), just walk in and it's on the left, 3 rows from the register. I also remember where they put Power Rangers, still on the left, middle row. Savage Bob9 saatler öncewe lived in rural oklahoma in 06 through 08 and my parents loved netflix. it was awesome. guess i never realised they were silently murdering blockbuster... RIP sherlockwatson10110 saatler önceOmg people actually don’t remember blockbuster ... dude it was the best 12 years of my childhood. Sleepovers when we’d rent two movies. Games I rented the minute I got a new console (or my brother finally allowed me to play one of his consoles) :( Lee Roberts10 saatler öncegood ol 2006-2008... renting my little pony movies like runaway rainbow and minty's Christmas and carebear movies to watch when at my dad's house. to play with my little pony dolls. To be 4 again. 4321jirb10 saatler önceFamily Video is still going strong.... I have like 3 in my area Wolfie Tigre10 saatler önceI went to my friends house and we started Watch big tv and i picked up the remote it had Netflix sling and other things i see this very dusty button it said blockbuster I’m not even joking this is 100% true flip Bakker10 saatler öncelook at Filmland in the netherlands, they changed from a blockbuster to netflix. hotdoggrass11 saatler öncethat last Blockbuster will revive the company, guaranteed Dustin Paciorkowski11 saatler önceLol we learned this in business class H Koizumi11 saatler önceborn in 82, consider myself child of 80s and 90s. Blockbuster were your weekend. The feeling when you step into the store was unlike anything today. It had that happiness vive which was hard to explain unless you were there yourself. Good times. YouTuber12 saatler önceAnyone else look at the yugioh cards they always sold by the counter? That was my favorite part lol. PosMatic12 saatler önce6:02 THAT'S FINCH! Friaza13 saatler önceSO QUIRKY AND RELATABLE Matthew Devlin13 saatler önceHollywood Video + GameCrazy > Blockbuster Cynical Sheep14 saatler önceAnyone else ever just remember that blockbuster smell? Carlito Moyer14 saatler önceWe had a Hollywood Video in my neighborhood instead of Blockbuster. Those Spongebob and Rugrats tapes were my life Sausprem14 saatler öncenot a word about Red Box???? Cdeck 22215 saatler önceBlockbuster was like the fucking Dwemer of the Elder Scrolls DailyPhoneVlogsDPV15 saatler önceWhy is the internet following me, the Mummy was my favorite movie since I was like freakin' 7 years old. NotTheAverageGamerz15 saatler önceRedbox was definitely a huge factor in the demise of blockbuster . They are outside and inside alot of grocery stores so when people go to get groceries they just see the kiosk and just grab a quick movie and when they return it they can get groceries again since it's at the grocery store. It's a matter of convenience for sure that killed blockbuster. Starlesslemon15 saatler önceI just miss game crazy Starlesslemon15 saatler önceI'm pretty sure red box had a bigger influence on closing blockbuster than Netflix James Fitzgerald16 saatler önceBlockbuster could've bought Netflix for 20 million, they didn't, now Netflix is worth 50 billion, biggest mistake by far, you also forgot to mention Redbox, people renting movies for $1 all over the place, and it's efficient, you didn't have to go in a store and talk to people, you just walk up to the machine, pick a movie, and rent it, then bring it back in like 2 days, it's simple and efficient, and was the final nail in the coffin for Blockbuster, also most libraries started stocking movies as well, that didn't have as big of an impact but it sure did affect Blockbuster. Death Wizard16 saatler önceMy blockbuster turned into a Asian market. Ultra Pitabread16 saatler önceI'm not as fond of blockbuster as everyone else, because of them the mom and pop video stores pretty much all went out of buisness Noah Pegasus16 saatler önceAfter I saw this video, I remembered going to Blockbuster a couple times as a kid, and I don't even remember what films I rented. But I do remember that I was happy renting those films. Mujtaba Rafid Ibrahim17 saatler öncedown here in the third world countries There were ever one option since the internet: *piracy* babyyy CringEster17 saatler önceconan solved the mystery idiotican17 saatler önceStop doing video essays bumple dicken16 saatler önce wow with this comment alone he will do as he is told for his channel idfk dontsub17 saatler önceSo youre telling me we`re 20 years behind on streaming technology? i want yum18 saatler öncei dont think blockbuster was ever in my country Ballin Balgruuf18 saatler önceBecause of redbox, Hulu, Netflix. There I saved you some time. Bard of the 90s18 saatler önceYou forgot about two things: Redbox and Family Video. I worked at Family Video last year as ASM. The reason they're still around is because they own the buildings they're in and rent spaces to (usually) food places so you can get dinner and a movie. The late fees are also just charged as though you rented the item again without any discounts, so they're fair (after 30 days, you get charged the price of the item because we assumed you stole it). Family Video also has VERY little marketing, so they save a lot that way. They sell plenty of unused or outdated stock, and sell miscellaneous things like phone chargers and CBD oil. And they're not squeamish about closing locations. If a location is not bringing in enough profit, they'll close it and sell the building. It has its problems, but the system is pretty streamlined and they try to get employees to really push any sales, promotions, or giveaways that are going on. I see them do particularly well in low income areas where people maybe can't afford streaming services, new wrapped movies, or even internet. G18 saatler önceI remember renting Turok (the ps3 360 one) one day and the next day I heard the blockbuster near me was selling all of the movies and games to anyone who wanted them Bryce Butt19 saatler önceFuck Blockbuster, and Fuck Netflix Risky Bisky20 saatler önceWait how young was I when I last went to a blockbuster? 5? 6? Dang... FermiGBM120 saatler önceNice eulogy for Blockbuster lol Sean Minor20 saatler önceI will always remember the day when 12 year old me was at the local blockbuster that was just giving away all its shit for free. sato20 saatler öncedude i fucking remember blockbuster on demand and total access lmaoooo. we stayed with blockbuster until the bitter end too. :'( Sir white a lot the pagan preacher22 saatler önceBasically blockbuster is a library but for videos...but now I gotta wonder why library's haven't went to shit. AngloRebel22 saatler önce"the lessons that we learn are carved on the tombstones of others" Spanky Dough Dandy22 saatler önceMy local block buster became a gym and i was so sad when i went back to my home town and saw people exercising in MY BLOCKBUSTER kyler12422 saatler önceYou keep bringing up Netflix but Netflix wasn't really that big either. Blockbuster started dropping pretty early because their prices were just too much. I remember my Blockbuster only lasting like a month then closing. I think Redbox and family video is what killed it. Netflix was kinda a joke back in 2006 so I don't see much of an impact. the orangebear23 saatler önceextra vision were irelands blockbuster ChrisHazFun23 saatler önceIf Blockbuster were to come back it should be as some sort of Cafe/Rental mashup store, before my local video shop shut down I thought what better addition to a place like that would be than a section where you can sit down and chill while your kids look for something to watch back at home, double down on the experience it offered. ChrisHazFun23 saatler önceThe Last Blockbuster in Bend, Oregon: The 8th wonder of the world Sfg11623 saatler önce“Live PD the game” hahahah that is great MichaelGün öncedude this was a really cool funny and suprisingly interesting video Alex RyanGün önceProblem i hate with netflix lets be real a lot of the movies and shows on there are mediocre or bad and they take a lot of the good movies and shows off thats why i loved blockbuster Nathan MillerGün önceI was born August 1st 2004 and I have fond memories with my dad of the final days of blockbuster cantiGün önceWait. Netflix is beginning to die now itself. Slowly, but its dying. The last Blockbuster may outlive the company it wanted to compete with, decades later. nuclearcheeseGün önceTake a shot every time he says Blockbuster Shtuffy does StuffGün önceI REALLY like this animation style, its like an amazing combo for Crititical blidrobGün önceThere's STILL a Family Video open down my street. They mostly sell CBD. Brandon FerrellGün önceNo mention of RedBox? Bombastic DevGün önceWoah, that copy of Monkey Trouble brought back memories. exactinmidget92Gün öncehow bout that Hollywood video? NRT DanteツGün önceCut hair exactinmidget92Gün önce0:16, these are the people that think 40k copied Starcraft. Ethan ReidGün önceWhat ab redbox tho nnickerson100Gün öncei have a copy of yoshis story that i rented from blockbuster but never actuly returned. still have it even after they went under. Cheezeitzrice Insert-last-name-hereGün önceDude I miss Blockbuster and I shed a tear every time I walk past the Redbox in my local Safeway nadiaGün önceI used to go to blockbuster with my family and get movies and some cartoon seasons that we would watch together, you could get sonic underground and weird barbie movies, god i miss those days so much EKG Eric Kelly GamesGün önceI never got to go to blockbuster only a few times because my mom didnt go after they asked for her SS# KazoioGün önceAs a kid, I'd always go to Family Video with my parents and pick out a video game or a movie. Only recently it shut down. A lot of people went there, though. I already miss that Family Video and it's been gone only 2 months. randomGün önceI want an alternate universe where Blockbuster and Enron got in on the whole streaming service thing Happily HamGün önceBlockbuster was still profitable in Canada, but when the American Blockbuster went under, the Canadian Blockbuster was left with all of their debt and could no longer survive.