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Old 01-03-2018, 11:42 AM
 
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There are a few video stores in and near Portland, Oregon:

Movie Madness- This is by far the coolest video store I've ever seen. First, they have an absolutely huge collection (I think it's over 90,000 titles), and the store is also a museum with movie costumes, props, and posters on display. It's on Belmont Street near Mt Tabor, definitely worth checking out if you live nearby.

Blockbuster- Yeah, there is actually a Blockbuster the remains open in Sandy, Oregon, though I've never been inside.

Clinton Street Video- This is across the street from the Clinton Street Theater.

Just In Video- A small store on Powell Blvd in Gresham. Nothing really special about it, but it's there.
Blockbusters all closed around here a few years ago, I asked the Family Video owner about them closing, he said they got out too quickly, and they could have hung on for a little while longer. Even the guy who owns 5 Family Videos admitted he knew DVD rental was going to be temporary when he started, and he will go out of business once DVDs are no longer produced.
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Old 01-06-2018, 05:53 PM
 
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Joining Amazon Prime gives one access to 1000's of films to stream - many or most free, some $3.99.

Would vastly choose the above (or possibly Netflix) for the ease and convenience of not going out to rent a film, and then returning it.
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Old Today, 10:23 AM
 
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Joining Amazon Prime gives one access to 1000's of films to stream - many or most free, some $3.99.

Would vastly choose the above (or possibly Netflix) for the ease and convenience of not going out to rent a film, and then returning it.
Theres actually a few free streaming sites. The best one I have found is 'gomovies.com' and putlocker. These sites have had every single movie Ive ever searched for!

No cost, no credit card required, nothing to download or install...its totally free!!

The only catch is, some movies, you have to watch a very short ad before the movie plays, but this is only for new releases. example, i was able to watch The last Jedi 3 days after it was released, but had to watch a short Toyota ad first...it was well worth it imo!
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