The days of head-over-heels growth of DVDs are drawing to a close. Business is still brisk to be sure. Video sell-through in fiscal 2005 accounted for more than $16 billion, an increase of 15% over 2004, according to the Video Software Dealers Association, Encino, Calif. However, DVD collectors' closets are near full, the best and brightest classic movies and TV shows have already been rolled out, America seems less thrilled than ever with what they're finding at their local theaters, and ...

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