So I'm waiting to purchase some Diet Coke, tortillas, popcorn and bread, pretty standard fare at our house. I look at the impulse buy rack next to me and I'm struck with this question:
What makes "Jewel of the Nile" a $6.99 DVD, while "Adventures in Babysitting" and "While You Were Sleeping" are priced at $4.99?
Is there some Discount DVD Index (the DDVDI) that says the sequel to "Romancing the Stone" is worth $2 more than the Elizabeth Shue-fueled comedy or the Sandra Bullock romantic comedy?
I've seen all three. Not sure what that says about me. "Jewel of the Nile" did not match the first movie. Sandra Bullock is a solid force in any movie, but the whole amnesia victim plot is really bothersome.
Have to admit, I was a big fan of the young Elizabeth Shue. So I'll rank "Babysitting" as my favorite of the three.
But I don't see the justification for any of the three being priced $2 more than the others.
I'm sure there's a logic for this, but it goes over my head.
My other question … slow cooker breakfasts? Isn't the advantage to crock pots that you can put stuff in them and let them cook all day? So a slow cooked breakfast starts cooking when?