I really don't.
The last DVD I bought was Angelina Jolie's "Salt" when it came out. Was that Christmas time? Whenever it was, it was awhile back. And I like "Salt" and watch it over and over.
I have a large DVD collection but that's because I've been buying it for a long time. (And have no plan to go to HD -- I'm worried about lay offs, I'm not about to go BluRay.)
And the good thing about a big DVD collection is that you usually have a variety -- a big variety.
But even if you only have two DVDs, you can watch them and enjoy them.
I actually have so many that I don't have time for them. About five or six years ago, they were releasing the Abbott & Costello films in different boxed sets. I bought every one. And for a while there, I'd think that I could call off sick and watch Abbott & Costello but I'd finally get a day off and, honestly, usually spend it sleeping.
And this is my most annoying trait (I'm told), I need a movie on to go to sleep. If it's just me, I'll put it on the laptop (a DVD or streaming). If I have company, I'll put a DVD on the TV.
And that answers the e-mails, I think. Yesterday Mike wrote "Drew and other things" and I really like Drew Barrymore too. If I had to pick another actress I really liked who's emerged recently, it would be Angelina Jolie. I find myself watching "Gone In 60 Seconds," "Salt," "Wanted" and the two Lara Croft films over and over, not to mention "Mr. & Mrs. Smith."
I like her in a drama, but I really like her in an action-adventure.
Shia LeBouf? (I have no idea how to spell that.) He's going to make a movie with Robert Redford and when I hear that, I don't think, "Oh how great!" I think, "Why aren't they trying to do that with women? Why are all the mentor picks two men (plus "The Devil Wore Prada")?
I saw "Morning Glory" and grasp why it was not a hit. Diane Keaton is great in her itsby bitsy moments in the film. Too much time is spent on Harrison Ford. Too much time is spent with him not enough with Diane who basically had a cameo.
And this was a film focusing on a young female. But even she had to be 'mentored' by a man.
Going out with C.I.'s "Iraq snapshot:"