's Most Popular DVDs of 2008

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With 2008 winding down everyone is putting together their top -ten lists for the year that was. So why not see what the most popular DVDs of the year were among members.

twenty lists for the year that was. So why not see what the most popular DVDs of the year were among members.

As Canada's leading online DVD rental service, customers from coast to coast get to choose the movies they want to see then rate and review each title to help other members make informed choices.

Based on the data gathered from member ratings, statisticians have determined which DVDs released in 2008 had the most members wanting to see them.

While critics debate over which movies were the best of 2008, Zip.cas top 20 of 2008, is based on actual member requests for each title. It is interesting to note that the top rentals on this list were not top earners at the box-office, bud did still enjoy a considerable amount of pres and strong word of mouth reviews. Top 20 DVDs of 2008

1.    Juno
2.    No Country for Old Men
3.    Michael Clayton
4.    3:10 to Yuma
5.    Charlie Wilson's War
6.    There Will Be Blood
7.    WALL-E
8.    Get Smart
9.    American Gangster
10.    Hancock
11.    Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull
12.    Into the Wild
13.    Gone Baby Gone
14.    Iron Man
15.    Atonement
16.    The Dark Knight
17.    I Am Legend
18.    The Bucket List
19.    Forgetting Sarah Marshall
20.    National Treasure: Book of Secrets

About ( is the best way to rent DVDs in Canada. offers the most extensive DVD library (over 76,000 titles and growing), and provides members with convenient home delivery. With a variety of low-priced monthly membership plans, provides the best value and convenience in DVD rentals - with no deadlines, no late fees and no hassles. is part of the family of online enterprises, providing customers with high-quality high-value online services.

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