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Disney's Treasure Planet (Digital HD) EXPIRED

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Amazon has Disney's Treasure Planet (Digital HD) on sale for $5.99.

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About this title:
  • "A secret inspires a thrilling treasure hunt across the universe as young Jim Hawkins and John Silver, the ship's cyborg cook, set off in search of their destiny."
  • Click here to view the trailer on Amazon.
  • Release Year: 2002
  • Runtime: 1h 35min
  • Starring (voice talents): Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Emma Thompson, Martin Short
  • This title is Movies Anywhere compatible and will port to other linked digital content providers such as iTunes, VUDU, Google Play Movies & more (learn how below).
  • Note: If you are a Disney+ subscriber, this title is also part of their streaming library.
Additional Savings:
  • Amazon Prime members can redeem their earned 'No Rush Shipping' credits on this purchase (check your balance).
What is Movies Anywhere?
  • This title is part of the the Disney-owned "Movies Anywhere" program.
  • This allows supported titles to be transferred and added to other participating digital content providers carrying the same title and adds them to your library there (i.e. Apple iTunes, VUDU, Google Play, Microsoft Movies & more).
  • You can also watch Movies Anywhere supported titles via the Movies Anywhere app on supported devices.
  • You can learn more on how to set this up at MoviesAnywhere.com.

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    • This deal is $12 off (~66.7% savings) the retail list price of $17.99.
    • Our research indicates that this offer is $1 lower (~14.3% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices starting from $6.99 on FandangoNow.
  • Ratings & Reviews:
    • This film has a 72% Audience Score on Rotten Tomatoes and 8.3 out 10 user rating on Metacritic.
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Not sure if it's the cheapest it's ever been, but I thought this was a decent price for a great Disney classic to add to the collection.

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God I love this movie. This & The Emperor's New Groove are two of my favorites as a kid.
This is one where you can get the blu ray all the time for $6... but there is no code for it, and digital is NEVER on sale. Good deal.
Treasure Planet especially is underrated commercially

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This is one where you can get the blu ray all the time for $6... but there is no code for it, and digital is NEVER on sale. Good deal.
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Nice find. Hasn't been matched on Play Movies or iTunes (yet). Hopefully it will, I have credits.
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And it goes without saying, is Movies Anywhere compatible!
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God I love this movie. This & The Emperor's New Groove are two of my favorites as a kid.
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God I love this movie. This & The Emperor's New Groove are two of my favorites as a kid.
Treasure Planet especially is underrated commercially
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Treasure Planet especially is underrated commercially
The blend of traditional 2D animation & 3D modeling was so beautiful. I think it failed because Disney was scared to promote it, meaning it was more or less doomed to be a flop from the get-go.

An interesting video was made on it a few years back: https://youtu.be/b9sycdSkngA
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Treasure Planet especially is underrated commercially
Yes - and no. I saw it when it came out, and I have to agree the animation was beautiful. But this was also at the time Disney had bought the International Rights to the Studio Ghibli catalog, and essentially trying to slowly strangle them via underwhelming marketing (that is to say almost none).

The same year they released Treasure Planet, they did a stealth release of that terrible, awful movie call "Spirited Away" in art house theaters. I actually saw it at our local one with my then wife, as we both loved animation and had heard of Studio Ghibli, so why not give it a try?

We were blown away. So was the Academy for Motion Pictures, and Spirited Away proved again "It's the story, stupid." Disney had to re-release it in General Theaters, and the head of Pixar, Jim Lassiter, had been pushing full scale production English Audio dubs (Disney REALLY wanted to keep Pixar happy).

So it's commercial success was reduced, and it's critical success was "meh", both because Spirited Away was so much better, and because at this point nobody could ignore the games Disney was playing. The difference this year is that it is Pixar's Soul versus Wolfwalkers, by Cartoon Saloon as the two main contenders IMHO. Seriously, Cartoon Saloon has been making some awesome animated films, like the Secret of Kells, Song of the Sea, and The Breadwinner (which I haven't seen yet, my Anime loving daughter says it's really good, and it IS more optimistic than Grave of the Fireflies, and this last year I've been sort of avoiding depressing).
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waiting for the same price to hit iTunes. always better to purchase/redeem movies in iTunes versus any other retailer for the free 4k upgrade (when available)
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Treasure Planet especially is underrated commercially
It really is. There is a really good 35 minute documentary on Youtube about what happened. It's called "Treasure Planet - Disney's Biggest Mistake". Highly recommend if you or anyone else has the time.
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It's a dollar more on FandangoNow if anyone has credits to spend there. At the time I write this it's the only streaming service that comes close on the price, everywhere else is still 17.99.
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It's also on Disney+.
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I... want a moment to be real
wanna touch things I don't feel
wanna hold on and feel I belong..
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Have your Movies Anywhere account linked to Disney Movie Insiders; you also get 150 DMI reward points for the digital purchase.
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