I didn't really like it. Anna Ferris was at the top of her game, but I felt it was just an R rate Paul Blart.
Not a total waste of my $7, but I wouldn't watch it again.
It's a vending machine for DVD rental. At your local grocery store. DVDs are a $1 a piece. $1 a day. After thirty days, you just keep the DVD.
It's smart on both ends.
#1 - Convenient for the consumer.
#2 - Gets the shopper back to the store in a short amount of time.
I've only used it once though. Anything that hurts Blockbuster is okay in my book.
Redbox is awesome. Of course, Hollywood is upset because it is cutting into their profit margins and trying to throw some hurdles at Rebox. Competition is a beautiful thing . . .
Redbox is what you meet when you are the 7th dude into the back room during a Bachelor party where professional talent is holding court.
Nah, movie studios like to sell DVDs. New Releases will be on some form of media for a long time to come. Once redbox rolls out a monthly payment plan netflix and blockbuster are done. I just hate waiting behind the idiot at Wal-Mart as he looks at every movie in inventory before figuring out you need a credit card to rent a movie.
Coinstar bought redbox earlier this year. In case you were wondering. CSTR