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Your Name is a beautiful film.
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I think the separate versions thing is so frustrating. Usually stops me from jumping on any of these deals.
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I've never seen MA for an anime movie, don't believe those studios participate.
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Does Microsoft tie into Movies Anywhere and then into iTunes?
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Does Microsoft tie into Movies Anywhere and then into iTunes?
I've never seen MA for an anime movie, don't believe those studios participate.
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Does Microsoft tie into Movies Anywhere and then into iTunes?
Yeah unfortunately I believe they don't do movies anywhere for anime movies.
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The only notable recent movie that is MA compatible is Mirai (2018). Because that one was published by Universal. (not on sale)
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Separate charge for both English and Japanese versions, no Movies Anywhere integration. Bummer.
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Your Name is a beautiful film.
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I think the separate versions thing is so frustrating. Usually stops me from jumping on any of these deals.
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I think the separate versions thing is so frustrating. Usually stops me from jumping on any of these deals.
I'm not sure about Your Name, but Boy and his beast and The Girl Who Leapt Through Time give you both language versions when you redeem the digital copy from a bluray/dvd set. And of course the discs give you both language options.
I advise people to try to find deals on physical/digital combos for anime as I think it provides the best value in the long run.
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I'm not sure about Your Name, but Boy and his beast and The Girl Who Leapt Through Time give you both language versions when you redeem the digital copy from a bluray/dvd set. And of course the discs give you both language options.
I advise people to try to find deals on physical/digital combos for anime as I think it provides the best value in the long run.
Yeah that is why I usually wait for a sale on the physical disks. Hoping to snag the My Hero movie over the holidays.

For Your Name I bought the super special edition from Japan and then the funimation combo. All of the online places(amazon, microsoft) offer each digital version separate from what I have seen.
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I finally got around to watching your name this year and wow it left this empty feeling in me for a few weeks. Great movie.

I watched both the sub and dub later with family.

I think the dub did a good job. Dub is good for those that aren't use to watching sub films I think.
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Your Name is fantastic and should really be more popular here in the States. It's the 2nd highest grossing animated movie in Japan behind Spirted Away and the highest grossing Japanese movie of all time in China.
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I'm not sure about Your Name, but Boy and his beast and The Girl Who Leapt Through Time give you both language versions when you redeem the digital copy from a bluray/dvd set. And of course the discs give you both language options.
I advise people to try to find deals on physical/digital combos for anime as I think it provides the best value in the long run.
I agree. Vudu is my Primary library and most of the Dragon Ball movies are $15 for each language there. With the death of UV, current physical copies have a digital code that can only be streamed through the Funimation site. I'd recommend checking if Walmart has Instawatch for Funimation flicks. My copy of DBS: Broly did, and it redeemed in both languages. Just be mindful that they sometimes sell the same movie in different packaging that may not have Instawatch.
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