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Americans have always been in love with the movies, today more than ever. Movies are one of the greatest entertainment values in America. Whether shelling out a few bucks for the latest blockbuster premier, or relaxing at home with the latest DVD release of a classic, Americans spend time watching movies more than any other single activity. With ticket prices ranging from $4 for a Saturday matinee to $15 for an adult prime time ticket, moviegoers get two or more hours of pure entertainment. Even if the film is a dog, it is two hours away from the kids (or the grown-ups), and time spent with friends, family, loved ones or even by yourself. To help avoid lousy movies, simply go online to get the latest movie reviews.

In response to America�s love affair with movies, the local video store has now moved online. You can find movie posters and other movie memorabilia in addition to buying or renting tapes and discs without leaving your computer keyboard. The Internet has made it possible for movie lovers to find all of their favorites at competitive prices. Whether you are looking for blockbuster hits, cult classics or even discounted theater tickets, someone online will have it.

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