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  • rti9
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    All these theme parks based on movies and books seem such risky business. I vaguely remember a Reddit thread in which people who worked at video stores pointed out that the item that they got stuck with the most because nobody wanted them anymore by far were Titanic VHS and DVDs.

    • fanficmistress
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      I agree it seems like a huge risk based on a cultural fad.

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