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Submitted by JL 1283d ago | news

‘Breaking Dawn’ is the Top-Selling DVD for the Second Week in a Row

CPC:
I guess this should really come as no surprise considering the craze that is The Twilight Saga, but Breaking Dawn has gone on to, again, be the top-selling DVD for the week ending February 19th. This is the movie’s second week in the top spot, and its second week of release (well, one and a half weeks is more like it). (A Very Harold and Kumar Christmas, Blu-ray, Courageous, DVD, Real Steel, The Help, The Lion King, The Rum Diary, The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1, The Twilight Saga: Eclipse)

darklordzor  +   1283d ago
Well...I've lost my faith in people.
aDDicteD  +   1274d ago
I watched breaking dawn part 1 and i can say that it's not the best in the series

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