But in yet another backward looking move, the Metro Board voted to allow the installation of DVD rental kiosks in Metro stations. Could McD's be far behind?! Gasp.
Anyway, DVDs will be around, oh, another few years.
But let's be positive and not destructive and help Metro out with some suggestions as to what to stock those DVD dispensers with.
Here are some, in no particular order, to get the ball rolling:
- Taxi Driver
- Motorcycle Diaries
- Breaking Away
- There Will Be Blood
- Walk Hard
- The 400 Blows
- Strangers on a Train
- Network (One of the best movies ever. If you don't get the ref, watch it. h/t Peter)
- Death Wish
- The Killing Fields
- From Here to Eternity
- Apocalypse Now
- Some Like It Hot
@PortableRadio Speed, The Little Engine that Could
@EdwinTheRedwin Falling Down, Requiem for a Dream
@AnthonyUp "300" (commute time in minutes; number of passengers per car; non-functional escalators; fare hike; etc.)
@Vogy_Says Speed 1 and 2, The Great Train Robbery, Butch Cassidy, The Sting, French Connection
@Rizzz Throw Momma From the Train.
@kevin_reiss The Taking of Pelham 123 (original version)
@dcparatransit The French Connection, Heat, the Airplane! movies
@rscottfisher Planes, Trains, and Automobiles?
@apcullers Road Trip. The Hitchhiker.
@tbranham Falling Down?
@metro_man Runaway Train
@chenenko if we have a repeat of winter 09-10 you could rent Miracle, or maybe Cool Runnings.
@jb_martin did anyone say Money Train? Please tell me no one said Money Train.
@tomcatx2 speed, speed 2, godzilla films (lots of transit carnage)
@Hell_on_wheelz Runaway Train, Ground Hog Day, The Ghost Train, The Taking of Pelham 1,2,3, Hellboy
Bend over (Examiner)
So when Metro crashes, and you want someone to be able to save you. (They painted big numbers instead.)
Finally! A nice question posed by the Post
If you ride these buses ... (WMATA)