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Very intense animated emotions. It's take a but to get used to but I like it.
Do more of these
Bro ur gatekeeping literally everyone knows what blockbuster is
Not buying Netflix is just a big question on why they didnt get bought out and they could have changed things if they started the redbox
I miss video rental stores...
I proudly wear a Blockbuster and chill shirt. You wouldn't believe how many people I get walk up to me and go blockbuster.. whats that? it's sad really
That's crazy I'm 25 minutes away from the last blockbuster
Charlie please tell me how your hair gets so long in such short spam of time...
I never had a Blockbuster nearby, I always lived near Hollywood Video stores. Only time I went to a Blockbuster was one two towns away because I REALLY wanted a certain movie HV didn't have. I don't even remember what the movie was.Kinda weird really...Lived in two states way across from each other. Both places no Blockbuster, just Hollywood. They also went down in 2010, that was just the death year of video rental I suppose.
holy fuck leafy hit puberty
Yep, badgering my dad for a coffee crisp, wanting to rent a game but dad refusing because he didn't understand the system.
I worked at Blockbuster in 1999 and it was AIDS. I'm glad they're dead.
Woah woah critikal blackbustercritic already went through this topic remember?
I still owe Blockbuster my copy of Micheal Jackson The Experience for Wii
Actually Enron had a big scandal and the company shut down. So that’s it didn’t work the first time
Just like that. Charlies channel becomes an animation.
They should keep the last one open as a museum where you walk in and you can see it's full history from the start, all the way to it's downfall
Shit critical you made me cry at the near end...
Redbox is the new blockbuster. I enjoy redbox
I saw that there was 999 dislikes and I couldn't give up my chance to be 1k exactly. I like the video and helped my sister when I was a kid at a movie gallery
I knew someone who worked at Blockbuster corporate in the early 2000's... they quit shortly after because blockbuster would never implement new ideas. They died because they failed to listen to those who knew better.
I fuckin miss blockbuster man
I didn’t know there were any blockbusters left
Before Netflix and chill it was Blockbuster and cock-thruster
I hope Blockbuster makes a colossal comeback all because of their last remaining store in Oregan.
Charlie this gave me a great idea:Blockbuster 2.
I wont let our last Blockbuster die, Bend was hometown. Might have to move back! lol
I love shooting smack behind Blockbuster!
Blockbuster failed?! 😳
I went to Target the other day and I saw there's a Blockbuster tabletop game that was made fairly recently. Maybe they're not dead after all?
I have managed to enslave one cockroach. I named him jeremy. Should have not entered my room.
nothing will ever feel the same as going to blockbuster to try out a new game or movie
I could just keep watching this video over and over for some reason. I think it's the animation, his narration, and the way how he executes the vid in general.
It still doesn't make sense that the one in Alaska, a place with little to no internet, wouldn't be the last one standing.
I like the animations penguinz0
Hey guys FYI GameStop is next
Blockbuster let me experience Mass Effect, Oblivion, Assassins Creed and Borderlands back when I couldn't just ask for a new fucking game every couple weeks. I will forever be thankful for Blockbusters influence on my life.
this...was a really good video
The enron fiber optics gig would have been insanely ahead of its time. Too ahead, possibly too expensive for the time. Don't think it would have been too good because of the cost and ppl resisting such a jarring change. Its a huge leap from store rental to streaming, in 99 no less.
When you try to act older than you are... Motherfuck! You don't know what blockbuster is! shut the fuck up.
Lil Caesars took over my local Blockbuster. Fuck Lil Caesars!
So many feels with this video. Blockbuster was my first job. And besides only making 5.15 an hour, it was by far my favorite job of all time. Rest easy my friend, you will always be in our hearts and our memories.
News flash, Redbox killed Blockbuster not Netflix
i loved the animation collab
I wouldn't mind if this became more of your channel
I live 30 minutes outside of bendT I M E T O G E T M E A G A M E A N D M O V I E
1:41 GEEZ that's uh, that's some imagery for me...
Charlie grows an inch of hair every time he says "turbo" holy cow his hair is long
Blockbuster? nah family home video my guy. Pretty much Blockbuster but all the DVDs are scratched and all the employees were shit, and the video games weree 10 generations late.
I didn’t need this information, but thanks anyways
Blockbuster should expand in africa or somewhere
I think the problem is in the late 90s the infrastructure wasn’t there for what Enron wanted, fiber is expensive to run...
I thought it was redbox that killed themI remember getting cardboard ads for dvds at a closing blockbuster when I was little ;-;
Just want you to know, I really fucking enjoyed this video.
i had the same dream like two months ago
Blockbuster was the king. How about Hollywood video though, another lost relic.
Its easier and faster to pirate a movie/game then go out of your house and rent one thats a factor too
Netflix didn’t kill Blockbuster. The late fees bullshit did the trick
I think maybe Charlie doesn't know what happened to Enron hahaha
In all Seriousness, i would love more of these, semi serious interesting discussion type things. Keep it up man, and great video. :)
You should talk about the failure of toys r us, it both made me happy and broke my heart.
Considering the current oversaturation of streaming services, platform exclusive content, and the rise in piracy because of that, do you think we could benefit from a revival of the video rental system? The closest thing that really exists is dvd collections in libraries, which are free, but often incomplete (series wise).
"They just dipped the tip of their dick in the water"Uh Cr1t, there are better ways to check your bath water, mate.
Step 1. Go to GoogleStep 2. Search this keyword: 123moviesdailyproStep 3. Enjoy!BlockbusterWhen another person makes you suffer, it is because he suffers deeply within himself, and his suffering is spilling over. He does not need punishment; he needs help. That's the message he is sending.Be careful of love. It'll twist your brain around and leave you thinking up is down and right is wrong.Love doesn't just sit there, like a stone, it has to be made, like bread; remade all the time, made new.Our lives were now worlds apart, separated by time, circumstance, and the unbridgeable chasm of money.
R.I.P. Blockbuster.It was because of you that my mom went and rented me Metal Gear Solid for the playstation.Since that time MGS has become my favorite franchise.Thank you, Blockbuster.😞😌
blockbuster was a huge part of my childhood, the smell alone is pretty rad
7:12 "they partnered with Enron" OH! NO WONDER! XD
wow companyman is PG13 now, hmm wasn't expecting that
Bro I really dont want gamestop to go because I've had so many nice conversations at gamestop and I love physical games because I want to actually hold the games I buy.
"Slowly getting thanos snapped away"Then it's not a snap
Netflix is trash
That blockbuster is actually permanently closed according to google maps in Oregon
It doesn't say that. It's open right now. It says "Hours: Closes soon: 9PM ⋅ Opens 10:30AM Wed"
U should do this animation more often
I remember riding my 10 speed down to the Blockbuster to rent Alien 3. I was 13 years old.
At least Oregon got recognized for something
It didn't fail. Blockbuster was extremely successful.
But it could have ruled the world by now.
6:02Oh my God, it's Paul Finch..
When people give this video a dislike its cause they lost their jobs when blockbuster went bankrupt. Kind of sad
This was an awesome video, Charlie. Please post more like these.
If only CBD was around then. It's the only thing Family Video sells now.
I unfortunately wasn't able to witness the downfall of Blockbuster cuz I was in Germany during that time (mum got stationed at an air base). The only thing we could rely on for movie rentals was Netflix, so, yeah. Hit me hard going back to the U.S. and finding out Blockbuster was dead thanks in part to Netflix lol.
When was the last time anyone has even SEEN a BlockBuster? The absolute last time I saw one was all the way back in 2004.Speaking of companies that were popular in the '90s and early 2000s, you ought to cover Sears, Toys R Us, Hollywood Home Video, and Circuit City next.
You’re bald under that hat, aren’t you?
you talking about faze banks ? he is
Blockbuster?! More like WALLERbuster!
*Company* *man* *wants* *to* *know* *your* *location*
The only thing keeping that last blockbuster afloat is the hipsters who watch vhs in portland
Check out a podcast called Business Wars. They had a whole 6 episode series about Blockbuster vs. Netflix.
I remember going to blockbuster when I was young. I still have sum blockbuster movies
Oh man... When did they have 1 store left? I thought it was 12... Now I'm sad.
Take a shot every time he says a variation of “they knew change was coming, they just underestimated how fast it would be”
Every 20 seconds😂
physical > digital
Simple answer. They didn't adapt. Should have went online.
I worked for one of the last Blockbusters in Oregon for a few years until they closed down. It was a great place to work right up until Dish Network brought them out before closing and the whole focus went from trying to talk to people about movies to trying to sell them TV while they're there for something completely different. Sad times, but yeah a lack of foresight really killed them in the end. Also, thank you for pronouncing Oregon correctly.
Didnt they have Blockbuster On Demand kiosks outside of other retailers? I remember there was a war between them and Redbox which I always thought killed Blockbuster for good. There was just more Redboxes and now thats all we have for renting purposes anymore.
WHO WAS THIS VIDEO SPONSORED BY?!!!?!
10:37 Oh you're not going to animate this part Mr Animator 🔥🐐🍩
7:16 TMW just the tip is weird lookin
Thanks for putting us on the map fam™ -- Bend, OR
big rips to enron
Fuck Blockbuster!!!They would refuse to rent certain movies at all. I don't take lightly to censorship! Rumor had it that Blockbuster would edit some of the movies they had on their shelves. This simply was not true. However, they would receive special cuts of movies from the studios . . . basically, pre-edited versions for all of the "family-friendly" stores, and to make that bullshit even worse, nowhere was there any kind of notification that their version of the movie had been altered from the original theatrical release! I firmly believe one should spend their money in local businesses whenever possible. Spending your money locally, rather than handing it over to some big corporation, will ensure that more of your money stays within your community. Keeping more of your money within your community benefits not only yourself, but everyone else in the community. Even though you may no longer have that money, having spent it locally means somebody else in your community has more money now to spend. Eventually, this money will come back to you. One can think of it as a method to avoid creating a trade deficit, and all of the problems associated with it. When it comes to renting physical copies of movies, I always preferred the local businesses . . . no matter which city I was residing in at that moment. Many of the businesses had free popcorn to snack upon while perusing their selection. Most of these businesses also had unique decors or even themes which were much more stimulating and comforting than the plain, dull industrial look of Blockbuster! I recall one store which had refrigerators from the 1950s which were utilized to display some of the movies. All of these local, indie businesses had a much better (not always larger) selection than Blockbuster, some of them even specialized in specific genres of film. Fuck Blockbuster, they got exactly what they deserved!!!
Enron did some illegal shit
They partnered with Enron heh my accounting class gave me a heads up with were this is going