After hitting the top spot for a week, The Bucket List slipped down to number three in DVD sales because everyone started buying Fool’s Gold?

Warner Home Video’s “Fool’s Gold” topped the national home video sales and rental charts in the week ending June 22, besting two other new theatrical releases that also arrived in stores last week.

The third spot on First Alert went to Warner’s “The Bucket List,” last week’s top seller.

What’s wrong with you guys? Cut it out! Stop buying all these Bucket Lists and Fool’s Golds. Why are you doing this?

“Because I like to think I used to resemble Matthew McConaughey back in the day. Don’t believe me? Ask my ex-wife!”

“Because I love to laugh.”

“I didn’t buy Fool’s Gold, but I would have if my husband let me leave the house.”

“Well, when I grow up, I want to move to Hollywood and dedicate my life to insipid nonsense, so I have to study the classics.”

“Kate Hudson reminds me of my ex-girlfriend, Chuckles.”

Next week: “Who’s Buying All This 10,000 B.C.?

Comments (4)
  1. “Who’s Buying All This 10,000 B.C.?”

    My roommate.

  2. Hollywood Video and Blockbuster and Netflix. The H’wood budget/numbers game is ridiculous. When they say a movie makes it’s money back in home video it is because rental establishments have to have enough on hand to handle the EXTREMELY HIGH DEMAND for these movies. So for the first three months, each store has sixty or seventy copies (at least) of these movies(not to mention all the retail establishments that have boxes of these movies in stock). People rent the shit out of them and eventually they make their way to the “previously viewed” bin where no one will ever buy them and they will be relegated to a county landfill. Meaning, The Bucket List and Fool’s Gold are causing global warming.

  3. Sam  |   Posted on Jun 26th, 2008 0

    This is easily my favorite feature.

  4. last night i saw an eigt year-old boy stroll up to the counter of blockbuster’s to ask the employee if they had any copies of the bucket list in the back because all the one on the shelves had been rented.

    then i went home and cried for a long time.

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