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  • Dougs 19 Jun 2020 15:57:59 94,622 posts
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    Phattso wrote:
    Iím genuinely not sure. Itís all over the place. Some hateful child acting, some awful templated feels. Action wasnít all that. I guess the flying bits would capture the imagination? Flip a coin. Itís no Harry Potter, Iíll put it that way.

    :-/

    Edited by Dougs at 15:58:29 19-06-2020
  • mrpon 9 Jul 2020 09:32:10 36,273 posts
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    This is back on quidco/topcashback for £10 cashback on annual subs.

    https://www.quidco.com/disney/
    https://www.topcashback.co.uk/disney-plus/

    Quidco offer expires in 3 days, TCB 1st Aug.

    Enjoy!
  • anephric 9 Jul 2020 09:49:27 4,186 posts
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    If you're on 02 Priority, there are some account-specific 6-months free offers for Disney+ as well, I had one sitting there, never check that thing.
  • Nexus_6 9 Jul 2020 10:24:44 5,064 posts
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    Why is Princess Bride still not on Disney+ UK?
  • HoriZon 9 Jul 2020 12:21:28 14,274 posts
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    Iím on the last few eps of Clone Wars gonna be sad when itís ended. Seen Rebels already.
  • Jono62 9 Jul 2020 12:25:04 25,350 posts
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    @Nexus_6 JustWatch says it's on Starzplay.
  • Syrette 9 Jul 2020 12:25:52 50,642 posts
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    And why is Onward not on Disney+ UK, either?!

    :mad:
  • Not-a-reviewer 9 Jul 2020 16:44:02 6,309 posts
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    It probably will be in a month or two. Frozen 2 has only just got on there.
  • TheSaint 9 Jul 2020 17:03:19 19,694 posts
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    Watched Hamilton the other day. Obviously seeing it in the flesh is still the best, but as far as filmed theatre goes that's about as good as it gets.
  • Trowel 9 Jul 2020 18:21:02 23,486 posts
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    Yeah, it's an amazing piece of writing. It's missing the atmosphere of the theatre, particularly the George III interaction with the audience, but the big benefit is being able to watch with subtitles which really reveals Lin Manuel Miranda's genius.
  • Red_Bool 15 Jul 2020 12:55:03 1,986 posts
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    Phattso wrote:
    The Mandalorian convinced me to subscribe, Artemis Fowl was enough to make me cancel. WTAF?

    Brannagh mustíve been high to make something that incoherent. I only stuck it on out of general curiosity. Only finished it out of morbid curiosity. Car crash.
    Thanks for the warning! We have D+ since last weekend (mostly for the boys to make up for the lack of a proper summer holiday). Loving the Mandalorian myself (one episode to go) and Artemis Fowl looked tempting.
    My oldest son had to read the book for school, so I'll go and read that instead before attempting the film.

    When I'm done with the Mandalorian, I'll be diving straight into season 7 of Clone Wars (finally!)
  • johnnyrocketfingers 15 Jul 2020 14:30:18 300 posts
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    Taken it for a month. Reliving some childhood memories. Mighty Ducks for the day.
  • robthehermit 15 Jul 2020 14:32:43 7,810 posts
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    Yeah, I'm not entirely sure how the Artemis Fowl film managed to be so boring, and I defy anyone to watch it for more than 5 minutes without wanting to punch the smug little cunt in the face.
  • beastmaster 15 Jul 2020 14:35:18 20,912 posts
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    It was truly foul. It was going to initially get a cinema release.
  • neilka 15 Jul 2020 15:24:17 23,406 posts
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    beastmaster wrote:
    It was truly foul.
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    ........

    ...............

    ARTEMIS FOUL?

    Edited by neilka at 15:25:02 15-07-2020
  • neilka 15 Jul 2020 15:25:26 23,406 posts
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    Or was that the joke? I don't know any more.
  • beastmaster 5 Aug 2020 09:03:24 20,912 posts
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    Live-Action Mulan Headed to Disney+ for Extra Price. That's about twice as much as what certain releases are which were due for cinema at the moment.

    Looks like it'll be around £30 for one rental. Great of you're a big family. Not so great if it's just you.They'll probably do the same with Black Widow in November.

    I think if it's a success then could see other films from other studios doing the same.

    Link
  • Derblington 5 Aug 2020 09:16:13 33,414 posts
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    That's a lot.

    Studios have been putting cinema releases on various platforms, like PSN, for £15 rental fees (instead of the usual £4.50).
  • Dougs 5 Aug 2020 09:17:04 94,622 posts
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    Yeah, even £15 was a touch steep for a rental imo, although I have done it a couple of times. They can do one for £30.
  • Derblington 5 Aug 2020 09:32:54 33,414 posts
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    I think 15 was fine considering the cost of the cinema (travel too and from, ticket price) and the convenience of being at home. 30 is too high for me, unless I get one or two mates over and we make a night of it to split the costs.
  • Dougs 5 Aug 2020 09:38:04 94,622 posts
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    I'm just a tight arse. Must be the part that's Scottish imo
  • beastmaster 5 Aug 2020 09:39:33 20,912 posts
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    The parks have just recorded a $3.5 billion loss. Theyíve got to try and make up money somehow.

    Film will get pirated to fuck.
  • ionic 5 Aug 2020 09:40:29 769 posts
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    £30 is crazy. I think £10 would be my max rental price and event that is a lot when I can just wait a few months in normal times for normal rental prices.

    How much do studios make from each viewing normally? You'd think without the overheads they could ask for less. But then cinemas might never come back of it was popular
  • Dougs 5 Aug 2020 09:43:29 94,622 posts
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    You mean normal digital rentals? Dunno actually. Tbh, given I sub to 4 different streaming services, I usually wait until it hits one of those, with the occasional digital purchase/Blu-Ray thrown in
  • GloatingSwine 5 Aug 2020 09:43:41 3,890 posts
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    beastmaster wrote:
    Looks like it'll be around £30 for one rental. Great of you're a big family. Not so great if it's just you.They'll probably do the same with Black Widow in November.
    The price is to unlock it for unlimited viewing for whatever period it would normally be in cinemas before coming to the service for everyone else.

    Linky

    It's still an amount that you'd have to really want to see the movie right now to pay though. If it was normal cinema ticket price I'd maybe consider it for a movie I would have gone to the cinema to see, but otherwise I've the patience to wait. (Or not in this case because the live action remakes of perfectly good animated Disney movies have all been pointless wastes of time)
  • Derblington 5 Aug 2020 09:49:47 33,414 posts
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    Perm unlock is better for the money. Though Iíd only be doing it for Black Widow If they have the option, Iíd wait to see Mulan.
  • Rum_Monkey 5 Aug 2020 09:53:39 965 posts
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    30 quid is far too steep, I'll just be pirating it instead.
  • Decks Best Forumite, 2016 5 Aug 2020 10:11:47 25,598 posts
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    All of the live action remakes have been instant classics so I'll definitely be paying 30 quid to watch Mulan once.
  • JamboWayOh 5 Aug 2020 10:19:53 19,988 posts
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    Derblington wrote:
    Perm unlock is better for the money. Though Iíd only be doing it for Black Widow If they have the option, Iíd wait to see Mulan.
    Yeah, I'm in the same boat of thinking.
  • simpleexplodingmaybe 5 Aug 2020 10:23:00 13,966 posts
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    £30 is nuts. I think £15 is way over too for a rental. Thatís near enough double the price of a cinema ticket.
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