What your neighbors are watching tonight

burbs movie posterAccording to Netflix, here are the DVDs that people in the Capital Region are currently renting "much more than other Netflix members."

Albany
The 'Burbs
We were surprised, too. Tom Hanks and suburban hijinks from 1989.

Schenectady
24: Season 3
Jack Bauer kicks a heroin habit in, like, three hours.

Troy
Ghost Rider
Nicholas Cage is on fire. And he rides a motorcycle.

Saratoga Springs
The Ringer
Johnny Knoxville tries to rig the Special Olympics.


The top five for each city after the jump...

Albany

1. The 'Burbs
Tom Hanks and suburban hijinks from 1989.

2. The Woodsman
Kevin Bacon as a sex offender trying to restart his life.

3. Witness for the Prosecution
Marlene Dietrich in a Billy Wilder adaptation of Agatha Christie.

4. Caramel
A romantic comedy set in a Lebanese beauty salon.

5. Gray Matters
Heather Graham, the guy from Ed compete for Bridget Moynihan's affections.


Schenectady

1. 24: Season 3
Jack Bauer kicks a heroin habit in, like, three hours.

2. Short Circuit
Number 5 is alive!

3. The Brothers Solomon
Will Forte and Will Arnet in a comedy that sounds, um, bad.

4. Norbit
Eddie Murphy in drag.

5. Return to House on Haunted Hill
Treasure and a mystery and a haunted something or other.

Troy

1. Ghost Rider
Nicholas Cage is on fire. And he rides a motorcycle.

2. Invincible
And average Mark (as in Wallberg) plays for the Eagles.

3. Schindler's List
The Spielberg classic.

4. Unbreakable
The M. Night Shyamalan's movie that came after the Sixth Sense.

5. Ice Age 2: The Meltdown
Ray Romano as an animated mammoth for the second time.

Saratoga Springs

1. The Ringer
Johnny Knoxville tries to rig the Special Olympics.

2. Boston Legal: Season 3
Shatner. As. A. Lawyer.

3. The Brown Bunny
The Vincent Gallo film from awhile back that got awful reviews.

4. The Sum of All Fears
Affleck as Jack Ryan.

5. The Interpreter
Nicole Kidman and Sean Penn directed by Syndey Pollack.

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