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4K UHD Digital Films: The Sandlot (1993) or The Fault in Our Stars (2014) EXPIRED

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Thanks, that's why I subscribe to these. It also added it to my movies anywhere account after purchase.
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I own this on Blu-ray ripped to my Plex server. Trying to decide if it's worth it to double dip.
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Either one MA?
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I always check JustWatch.com to see streaming options...

This is available on Disney+ (where I did recently watch it). Made by 20th Century Fox, so I don't see it leaving Disney+ the way movies may come and go from Netflix/Prime etc.

And I don't see myself dropping Disney+ with their new content growing.

Its only $4, but would end up being $4 wasted for me.
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Quote from BeerGogglesFTW :
I always check JustWatch.com to see streaming options...

This is available on Disney+ (where I did recently watch it). Made by 20th Century Fox, so I don't see it leaving Disney+ the way movies may come and go from Netflix/Prime etc.

And I don't see myself dropping Disney+ with their new content growing.

Its only $4, but would end up being $4 wasted for me.
By "content growing" you mean the new Premium feature where you have to pay more to watch movies that are in theaters? Or has Disney swallowed up another studio and become even more of an atrocious monopoly?
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By "content growing" you mean the new Premium feature where you have to pay more to watch movies that are in theaters? Or has Disney swallowed up another studio and become even more of an atrocious monopoly?
No, I meant series like Loki and Bad Batch. Star Wars and Marvel series coming out regularly as part of the standard subscription.

But I suppose that wasn't a real question, you're just looking for a place to be bitter
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I own this on Blu-ray ripped to my Plex server. Trying to decide if it's worth it to double dip.
It does not have HDR, so it's just 4k.
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For those interested

Note, both films areMovies Anywhere (MA) compatibleAlso available
Same price for The Faults in Our Stars extended [amazon.com], though HD only.
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Same price for The Faults in Our Stars extended [amazon.com], though HD only.
Well, both purchased at Amazon and transferred to Vudu as UHD
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Either one MA?
Both are.
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Well, both purchased at Amazon and transferred to Vudu as UHD
Thank you!

For clarification, purchased The Faults in Our Stars "extended" from Amazon, and it was 4K. Correct?
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