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  • Black Swan follows the story of Nina (Natalie Portman), a ballerina in the New York City Ballet trying to make it to the top. When artistic director Thomas Leroy (Vincent Cassel) decides to replace prima ballerina Beth MacIntyre (Winona Ryder) for the opening production of their new season, Swan Lake, Nina is his first choice. But a new dancer, Lily (Mila Kunis), also impresses Leroy and becomes Nina's competition. Nina fits the White Swan role perfectly with her innocence and grace, but Lily is the personification of the Black Swan with her fiery personality. As the two young dancers expand their rivalry into a twisted friendship, Nina begins to get more in touch with her dark side with a recklessness that threatens to destroy her.
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I left this in my Amazon cart after I missed the last Best Buy deal for around $5 with free pickup (but no BB in my area had a copy), and it dropped to only $3.99 so I grabbed it. If you missed the last deal, here's a second opportunity with free shipping. Good luck.

Looks like Best Buy matched the price, so thanks for the heads up in the comments - here's the link (thanks SlickDealio):

https://www.bestbuy.com/site/blac...Id=4428638


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BLACK SWAN follows the story of Nina (Natalie Portman), a ballerina in the New York City Ballet trying to make it to the top. When artistic director Thomas Leroy (Vincent Cassel) decides to replace prima ballerina Beth MacIntyre (Winona Ryder) for the opening production of their new season, Swan Lake, Nina is his first choice. But a new dancer, Lily (Mila Kunis), also impresses Leroy and becomes Nina's competition. Nina fits the White Swan role perfectly with her innocence and grace, but Lily is the personification of the Black Swan with her fiery personality. As the two young dancers expand their rivalry into a twisted friendship, Nina begins to get more in touch with her dark side with a recklessness that threatens to destroy her.

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I think the Amz deal is dead?
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I ordered this a few weeks ago and can confirm it comes with a Digital HD code that port across Movies Anywhere providers. No iTunes redeem though, so no free 4K upgrade if it ever gets the 4K treatment.
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If you mean, hanging on to physical copies, I agree it's no longer compelling. I stood in line in March 1997 to get one of the first DVD players on their first day of release in the US.


There is nothing collectable about movies anymore for the average person. The only device in my house that can play BluRay is my Xbox X. That was just happenstance.


I don't mind paying for someone else to keep track of the movies. Since I no longer have children in my home, I'm more likely to rent a movie over buying it anyway.
I somewhat agree on this... I think in 5-7 or so years, I would guess there probably won't be much for physical media. With 5G coming hopefully they can get digital to disc quality. Then there's not much of a reason left for physical copies. (Other than maybe obscure movies you can't find on digital).

There was so much backlash when Xbox One wanted to go all digital, so they added a disc drive. Now PS5 is offering a no disc option. I bet the next generation consoles will be all digital (PS6 and whatever the next Xbox is called)... Seems like that's where they're heading to. It's better for the manufacturers since it cuts off all used copies being resold and them not getting a cut... And going all digital on games is worse considering games have a resale value, and for the most part, minus some special editions, OOP movies, etc... Most movies have next to zero resale. So I can see people caring even less when movies go all digital.

The only people that it will cause major issue for is people in rural areas without sufficient internet to stream movies... But by then most likely that problem will be solved, at least in the US.
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I somewhat agree on this... I think in 5-7 or so years, I would guess there probably won't be much for physical media. With 5G coming hopefully they can get digital to disc quality. Then there's not much of a reason left for physical copies. (Other than maybe obscure movies you can't find on digital).

There was so much backlash when Xbox One wanted to go all digital, so they added a disc drive. Now PS5 is offering a no disc option. I bet the next generation consoles will be all digital (PS6 and whatever the next Xbox is called)... Seems like that's where they're heading to. It's better for the manufacturers since it cuts off all used copies being resold and them not getting a cut... And going all digital on games is worse considering games have a resale value, and for the most part, minus some special editions, OOP movies, etc... Most movies have next to zero resale. So I can see people caring even less when movies go all digital.

The only people that it will cause major issue for is people in rural areas without sufficient internet to stream movies... But by then most likely that problem will be solved, at least in the US.
ISPs introducing data caps will definitely continue to be a problem if people are streaming high def content regularly
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Overrated film, Portman is a bizarre case where she is more annoying than she is pretty.
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Overrated film, Portman is a bizarre case where she is more annoying than she is pretty.
No. a great film, a great price, definitely worth it at this price. BUT don't believe me and don't believe this person. Watch it for yourself and formulate your own opinion. I personally have no problem recommending this to any of my friends that can appreciate a well-done film. It certainly isn't for everybody, but neither was Requiem For A Dream which was brilliant too. And how does her prettiness affect this film? That is truly beyond me regarding this film. Portman plays her character pretty spot on, which is what should matter.
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No. a great film, a great price, definitely worth it at this price. BUT don't believe me and don't believe this person. Watch it for yourself and formulate your own opinion. I personally have no problem recommending this to any of my friends that can appreciate a well-done film. It certainly isn't for everybody, but neither was Requiem For A Dream which was brilliant too. And how does her prettiness affect this film? That is truly beyond me regarding this film. Portman plays her character pretty spot on, which is what should matter.
It always affects a film, an actors charisma and presence is everything, even if they are funny looking like a Buscemi, she's part of the generation of starlets that is a void.
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If you mean, hanging on to physical copies, I agree it's no longer compelling. I stood in line in March 1997 to get one of the first DVD players on their first day of release in the US.


There is nothing collectable about movies anymore for the average person. The only device in my house that can play BluRay is my Xbox X. That was just happenstance.


I don't mind paying for someone else to keep track of the movies. Since I no longer have children in my home, I'm more likely to rent a movie over buying it anyway.
Or get the best of both worlds, get the BluRay, rip it to a NAS or hard drive and watch it anytime without the disk. LOTR 4K Extended is approx. 140GB per movie of H.265 encoding goodness. There's just no way you'll get that same quality from a streaming service today. Eventually the next video codecs will probably get close but today if you want the best possible visual and audio experience, it's Bluray 4K.
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