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REDcard Holders: Venom (4K UHD + Blu-ray + Digital) or Bad Times At The El Royale (4K UHD + Blu-ray + Digital) $14.25 Each + Free Shipping @ Target

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Thanks, picked up Venom and Dynasties 4k for $15 each. Ex-Machina is a steal at only $6.50.
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So im new to blu ray etc I usually stream my movies through a show network is there any reason why I should buy movies on blu ray? Or is there more of just collecting movies rather than just watching them online?
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So im new to blu ray etc I usually stream my movies through a show network is there any reason why I should buy movies on blu ray? Or is there more of just collecting movies rather than just watching them online?
There are multiple benefits to buying physical media over streaming them from various services... #1 Movies on services come and go regularly, even something that has been on there for years can be gone out of nowhere. It's all about the contracts those streaming services have with the studio that owns the movie. #2 Physical media will always look better than a.digital copy. Many times digital copies especially on streaming sites are changed whether that is aspect ratio or even lowering the quality so that it is smaller for their cloud service. #3 Depending on your internet connection buffering of a movie being lower resolution due to the internet (or even that streaming service having issues itself) is always something you have to worry about when you stream movies... - In the end there is nothing wrong with having subscriptions to streaming sites. I do it myself with Netflix and hbo. However, physical media is something that once you have it, you have it it's yours. You never have to worry about wanting to watch a movie and not being able to. In the end I'd say at the very least if there is a movie you REALLY like, buy it. You get it forever. I buy tons of physical media, new and old and I can't tell you how many times I just wanna watch something something specific and I check and it's nowhere online and I'm extremely glad I own it. - Hope this helps, cheers.
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On sale for $15 or $14.60 with REDcard.
That's $14.25 with REDcard.Wave
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So im new to blu ray etc I usually stream my movies through a show network is there any reason why I should buy movies on blu ray? Or is there more of just collecting movies rather than just watching them online?
A 1080p HD movie streams at a bitrate around 5 to 10 Mbps from most online services. An actual Blu Ray disk of the exact same movie streams from the player to your TV at approximately 25 to 40 Mbps. That difference in data includes image and audio quality. This is most noticeable in dark scenes and scenes with lots of fast movement (car chases). There was a huge outcry over Game of Thrones episode 3 with complaints of it being too dark and very hard to see. Almost all of these complaints came from people using streaming services. A significant amount of detail was lost if you were watching on HBO Go or DTV Now vs a traditional cable or satellite provider.

tldr; retail physical media will always look/sound better than a streaming service
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That's $14.25 with REDcard.Wave
Thanks yea. I was posting pretty late night. Fixed it
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Thanks....
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For those considering Forrest Gump, I recommend reading the video quality section of this review: https://www.blu-ray.com/movies/Fo...37/#Review
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all $15 at Amazon too

...and BBCs Dynasties
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all $15 at Amazon too

...and BBCs Dynasties
Not seeing that... nor the Target deal for shipping. Might be available in-store though.

Guess I missed it.
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If anyone is looking to trade their digital code from 4k forest gump, I'll offer $5 amazon
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There are multiple benefits to buying physical media over streaming them from various services... #1 Movies on services come and go regularly, even something that has been on there for years can be gone out of nowhere. It's all about the contracts those streaming services have with the studio that owns the movie. #2 Physical media will always look better than a.digital copy. Many times digital copies especially on streaming sites are changed whether that is aspect ratio or even lowering the quality so that it is smaller for their cloud service. #3 Depending on your internet connection buffering of a movie being lower resolution due to the internet (or even that streaming service having issues itself) is always something you have to worry about when you stream movies... - In the end there is nothing wrong with having subscriptions to streaming sites. I do it myself with Netflix and hbo. However, physical media is something that once you have it, you have it it's yours. You never have to worry about wanting to watch a movie and not being able to. In the end I'd say at the very least if there is a movie you REALLY like, buy it. You get it forever. I buy tons of physical media, new and old and I can't tell you how many times I just wanna watch something something specific and I check and it's nowhere online and I'm extremely glad I own it. - Hope this helps, cheers.
#4 the sound you get from physical is night and day, streaming has terrible compared to physical media.
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I actually fell asleep half way through Venom at the theater.
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"Bad Times..." is an excellent movie IMO. Was very pleasantly surprised.
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