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12 Years a Slave wrecked me. That movie is brutal to watch. Great movie, just depressing as hell.
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These aren't the movies in the OP, but here are a couple links I have bookmarked...
Prime deals: https://www.amazon.com/b?amp%3Bref=dvm_us_tv_cs_swm_be_PMDsmr0525&node=17751916011
Deals on rentals as well as purchases: https://www.amazon.com/s?rh=n%3A2858905011%2Cp_36%3A99-100
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LA Confidential one of the greatest films of all time
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LA Confidential, a great movie, is also the same price at iTunes. Not sure if the others are as well...
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LA Confidential one of the greatest films of all time
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12 Years a Slave wrecked me. That movie is brutal to watch. Great movie, just depressing as hell.
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Speed is also $4.99 on Vudu.
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These say MA but they only show Amazon video redeem? 🤔🤔
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I can never find a link to see all the movies available when prime runs promos
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I can never find a link to see all the movies available when prime runs promos
These aren't the movies in the OP, but here are a couple links I have bookmarked...
Prime deals: https://www.amazon.com/b?amp%3Bref=dvm_us_tv_cs_swm_be_PMDsmr0525&node=17751916011
Deals on rentals as well as purchases: https://www.amazon.com/s?rh=n%3A2858905011%2Cp_36%3A99-100
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It also might be relevant if he's getting some kind of royalties for you buying the film on Amazon, but I don't think that's the case.
If the stars, musicians, writers, etc. of this movie are getting royalties from it, then denying money to KS via a boycott will also hurt the rest of them.
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Dont care if he gets paid or not. I cant watch a guy in a movie who got underage boys drunk and raped them. It would be like voting for Donald Trump
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In for Speed. One of my favorite comedy-action movies.
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Just a question. Do you lose access to this content that you purchase if the studio opens their own streaming service, like Time Warner or Disney and removes all their content from like Amazon or Vudu. Thanks.
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Just a question. Do you lose access to this content that you purchase if the studio opens their own streaming service, like Time Warner or Disney and removes all their content from like Amazon or Vudu. Thanks.
No. Digital purchases, like these, are a separate entity from deals made between the streaming services and the studios. When you purchase a digital movie from a digital storefront like amazon, it's yours to "own" (own is in quotations because people will make the argument that you never really "own" digital media as you're at the mercy of the rights holders but for all intents and purposes, and for this argument, it's yours). For example, if Paramount decides to pull all their movies from Prime, that won't affect your digital purchases. Studios are pulling content from subscription streaming services like Netflix and Prime, but those subscription streaming services aren't the same as the digital storefronts like VUDU or Amazon Video (Amazon muddies the waters because they mix Prime content with purchasable content but those aren't the same thing). And now with Movies Anywhere, all your owned content can be shared across different retailers/devices from the participating studios.

Edit: For perhaps a more succinct example...A Quiet Place is available to stream for free with your subscription to Prime. If Paramount were to pull all their movies from Prime, you'd lose access to that film. However, if you were to purchase A Quiet Place, and Paramount were to pull their content from Prime, it would still be in your library as you own the film.

I could be mistaken, but I don't think we've ever seen any studios pull purchased content from consumers. Even with videogames, when a company, like Telltale, goes belly-up, you may lose the ability to purchase the game, but for those who already own the game, it's still theirs.
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