Netflix, the mail-order DVD rental service, has become a reliable part of many movie fans' lives. It delivers DVDs promptly from a large library and doesn't charge late fees. The resulting popularity is making life difficult for slumping rental chains like Blockbuster. But after the rise of Netflix stock, some think its price has been bid up too enthusiastically. NPR's Laura Sydell reports.
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