I used to think there's no such thing as "too many", but when I was gutting my collection to pay for my HDTV, I realized there was. Which is why I cut my collection in half. So many of the movies I owned weren't really worth owning, muchless worthy of multiple viewings in a years time. Besides, if I miss them, I'll rent them for free or spend $5 at Pawn America and get them back, if need be.
Yeah, I still love movies, but I don' have to own every single title I moderately liked at some point in time. I did ditch a good 25-30 titles because they'll be on HD-DVD by the end of the year, and I have plans to upgrade within a month or so.
Anycrap, don't worry about what anyone else thinks about when it comes to the number of DVD's you have. Quality and personal preferences is always more important.
Exactly. A lot of people wonder why I have some of the titles I do in my library, and I always tell them, "What does it matter?" If I wanted to, with the money I make and the connections I have, I could have probably twice the enitre library I have now. But that would mean owning a lot of shitty titles that I'll never watch more than once, or maybe even not at all. This has never been a contest for me. It doesnt matter how many movies you own, so long as you like the movies that you do own and get personal pleasure ouf them each and every time you watch them.
"We are not children of celestial f*ckin' light, walkin' arm-in-arm into the Age of Aquarius. We are wankers who
wreck the planet an' piss on each other, 'til half the world's starvin' an' the other half's busy findin'
new ways to keep from noticin' it. That's the f*ckin' limit've our potential, believe me."