The future looks hazy for video rental in supermarkets. A combination of unpopular movies, and a declining interest in films in general, coupled with a growing consumer fascination with new delivery technologies, were a few factors in a flat-at-best rental market in 2005. Supermarket video executives and other industry experts agreed that there's nothing wrong with the video industry - and video rental in particular - that a few good movies won't fix. "We believe the rental market will ...

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