Shame on you, America. You think you know 301 million people, and then they go buy a bunch of copies of The Bucket List on DVD. From ComingSoon:

Warner Home Video’s The Bucket List was the top DVD seller and renter for the week ending June 15, while fellow new release Jumper, from Fox, topped the Blu-ray Disc sales chart.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, “Bucket,” a comedy that generated $93.5 million at the U.S. box office, debuted at No. 1 on the Nielsen VideoScan First Alert sales chart and Home Media Magazine’s video rental chart.

Oh man. Can you UNSUBSCRIBE from your citizenship? Who is buying all this Bucket List?

Is this guy buying The Bucket List?

How about this lady?

Why are you guys buying The Bucket List?

Shouldn’t you be at school instead of out here, spending your allowance on The Bucket List?

This guy definitely bought The Bucket List.

Shame on all of you. Quit it.

Comments (7)
  1. The Bucket List wasn’t even worth a free torrent download. I can’t imagine how outraged I would have been had I spent actual non-monopoly money on it.

  2. AARP bought this in bulk and will start mailing it in their welcome packages along with a brand new pair of blueblockers.

  3. maybe it was accidentally classified as a documentary in some catalog. or they’re making sandbags with them.

  4. dan  |   Posted on Jun 19th, 2008 0

    I saw someone buy the combo of Bucket List and Meet the Spartans.

    • Chadams  |   Posted on Jun 20th, 2008 0

      You had every chance to intervene by any means necessary. You get a pass considering you were able to live through witnessing such a horrible incident. I blame Wal-Mart & Best Buy for making too many people think that widely-released movies are essential to purchase upon release.

  5. Elliot  |   Posted on Jun 20th, 2008 0

    Old people are buying the bucket list. Old people that fear death.

  6. bella  |   Posted on Jun 20th, 2008 0

    I see you caught Joker fever from ONTD.

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