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waggy

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Originally posted by: hcarlson
I rented the movie Signs on 1/3/03 and didn't think it was suppose to come out til 1/7. I actually called Blockbuster that I rented from and asked them if they screwed up by putting it out too early and they said no.

How do I report them and who do I call/contact?
uh? why do you care? get a life. sheesh
 

Smolek

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Why report them for breaking street date ? I know its not suppose to happen but it doesnt hurt anything.
 

Fausto

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Why do you even give a crap? Quit being a hall monitor and get over it.
 

NikPreviousAcct

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You can't. There are stores that release things a day or two early. The most you could do is go crying to your mommy, though. She might give a shyte.
 

RGN

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Originally posted by: hcarlson
I rented the movie Signs on 1/3/03 and didn't think it was suppose to come out til 1/7. I actually called Blockbuster that I rented from and asked them if they screwed up by putting it out too early and they said no.

How do I report them and who do I call/contact?
are you an MPAA wannbe?
 

so wait...you got a movie you wanted to get. early? And you are complaining?:confused:
 

anxi80

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and you actually rented it... wouldnt that make you an accessory?? hurry, run and hide!! the po-po are comin' :)
 

DaveSimmons

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Originally posted by: ffmcobalt
You can't. There are stores that release things a day or two early. The most you could do is go crying to your mommy, though. She might give a shyte.
LOL good one. hcarlson gets my early vote for ATOT 2003 wanker of the year.
 

Praetor

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Yes, there are usually fines involved, however the studios usually find out themselves. I remember putting out a CD early once when I worked at Wal-Mart and getting a call from the studio confirming that it had been put out on the sales floor. Oops.

Anyway, the studio (disney?) could have given them permission to release it a few days early too. These things happen.
 

Grey

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You get to see the movie 4 days early and now you want to get BB fined? Damn man get over it.
 

jfall

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Whats the big deal anyways.. you paid for it.. so it's not like they are loseing out on anything
 

BarneyFife

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Originally posted by: hcarlson
I rented the movie Signs on 1/3/03 and didn't think it was suppose to come out til 1/7. I actually called Blockbuster that I rented from and asked them if they screwed up by putting it out too early and they said no.

How do I report them and who do I call/contact?
Pathetic...

 

DigDug

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he's the kind of putz who erases warez after d/ling it off an ftp.


I NEVER understood that, man.
 

bigrash

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Did you get beat up in school when you were young for whining all the time?
 

HappyPuppy

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I've known some dickweeds in my day, but you beat them all. What business is it of yours if they rented it early?

I bet you're the kind of person who enjoys telling adopted kids that their parents aren't their real mommy and daddy.
 

Lonyo

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I bought a book 4 days before it was meant to be released. I reckon it's due to when stores get deliveries, if they have the movie in store, there's not much point in leaving it in a stockroom until it's release date, might as well put it on the shelves as soon as you can. If they got the delivery on thursday or something, thenm why wait until Tuesday to put it on the shelves?
 

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