Netflix Etiquette

by Bryan on 9/23/2004 at 6:58 PM in Entertainment

I've had a movie checked out now for about a month -- so far it has gone unwatched. I really should watch it, and I know that eventually I'll want to see it, but at the moment, I have absolutely no desire to watch it. So my question is this: how long do you let a movie sit unwatched before sending it back?

Legacy Comments

I have been waiting on that film from netflix,,,after you watch it..please send it back..:-) hope you enjoyed it

Posted by on 9/25/2004 10:41:51 PM

You could always send it back and just put it back on the queue... :) I've done that a few times before. I would feel worse about only getting two movies instead of the normal three, while I held that unwatched disc, than any bad feelings about other people waiting for the movie! :)

Posted by on 10/4/2004 12:48:45 PM

Good idea, Ken. Jacob (my 4 year old) finally watched this particular movie over the weekend. While I still haven't watched it, I do think it is time to send it back.

Posted by on 10/4/2004 12:55:12 PM

For the record, the movie has been returned, and Walking Tall is now in route. Anyone seen this movie?

Posted by on 10/6/2004 6:12:34 PM

Oh my Walking Tall...if thats the original I saw as a lad..Good ol Buford Pusser,,,major ass kicker for the good guys...def not for Jacob or any child..really violent i remember,but we sure enjoyed it then

Posted by on 10/6/2004 11:36:50 PM

This Walking Tall was the remake, starring The Rock. Mildly entertaining. Glad I didn't see it in the theater.

Posted by on 10/10/2004 11:35:52 PM