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Zombieland 2-Movie Collection (4K Digital UHD Films) EXPIRED

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Microsoft Store has Zombieland 2-Movie Collection (4K Digital UHD Films) on sale for $5.99.

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  • Zombieland (2009)
  • Zombieland: Double Tap (2019)
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  • Zombieland: Nerdy college student Columbus (Jessie Eisenberg) has and gun-toting, Twinkie-loving Tallahassee (Woody Harrelson) are about to stare down their most horrifying challenge yet: each other's company. Emma Stone and Abigail Breslin co-star in this double-hitting, head-smashing comedy.
  • Zombieland: Double Tap: Through comic mayhem from the White House to the heartland, four slayers return to face off against new kinds of evolved zombies and new human survivors.

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  • Both films are Movies Anywhere (MA) compatible; be sure to link your account to view on your platform of choice
  • Offer valid through September 27, 2021 or while promotion last
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  • In Zombieland: Double Tap, through comic mayhem from the White House to the heartland, four slayers return to face off against new kinds of evolved zombies and new human survivors.
  • In Zombieland, Nerdy college student Columbus (Jessie Eisenberg) has and gun-toting, Twinkie-loving Tallahassee (Woody Harrelson) are about to stare down their most horrifying challenge yet: each other's company. Emma Stone and Abigail Breslin co-star in this double-hitting, head-smashing comedy.
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Movies Anywhere solves that problem. I picked one vendor to use as my primary library. In my case I chose itunes. So I will buy any movies for itunes no matter if they are Movies Anywhere eligible or not. In the other vendors, I will only buy movies that are Movies Anywhere eligible. That way, all of my movies end up in my itunes library and I don't have to keep track of the others.

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I see these deals all the time and wonder, what's the appeal of owning digital movies? Especially when they're most likely strewn about between Microsoft, Vudu, Prime Video, etc. Just seems like a mess to manage and not worth it?
Movies Anywhere solves that problem. I picked one vendor to use as my primary library. In my case I chose itunes. So I will buy any movies for itunes no matter if they are Movies Anywhere eligible or not. In the other vendors, I will only buy movies that are Movies Anywhere eligible. That way, all of my movies end up in my itunes library and I don't have to keep track of the others.
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I see these deals all the time and wonder, what's the appeal of owning digital movies? Especially when they're most likely strewn about between Microsoft, Vudu, Prime Video, etc. Just seems like a mess to manage and not worth it?
iTunes and MA are all you need. Link all the accounts to MA.

I've pretty much stopped buying physical discs. No need to have HTPC or NAS boxes that wastes electricity. Don't have bluray boxes that only contribute to clutter in the house. The best thing I did was boxing up my large collection of physical blueray movies and moving them to the garage. Many people have been touting digital for years. It just took me quite a long time to join the bandwagon.
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I see these deals all the time and wonder, what's the appeal of owning digital movies? Especially when they're most likely strewn about between Microsoft, Vudu, Prime Video, etc. Just seems like a mess to manage and not worth it?
I believe this is "versus physical copy" correct?
If so, I personally have been buying digital copies because first and foremost - convenience. If I want to watch a bit of a movie while I'm in line at the DMV; pop in some wireless earbuds and I'm off to the iPhone theatre. Second I have little kids so if I'm on a long road trip, or even a short one and the kids want to watch something I can have it downloaded to my phone or stream it and not have to worry if it's not available on Netflix anymore etc. Lastly for me I enjoy lots of movies and don't like having to deal with having lots of subscriptions - Netflix, Amazon, paramount, peacock, Disney, blah blah. I buy a movie once and "own it" forever. (Enter everyone's yelling about DRM here). Personally with big retailers like iTunes, Amazon and vudu I don't see a big risk in losing DRM privileges so to me buying digital makes sense. But I don't buy everything. If it's a movie I enjoy, and it's $5 or less I'll buy it. But generally speaking I don't buy movies that are less than 7.0 on IMDb because I've found I don't watch them that much. Only time I do is if we haven't seen it and well - it's cheaper than driving back and forth to a Redbox. Reference item 1 (convenience).
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these movies also can be seen using you tube, so if you have access to you tube you can watch your movies
for free (or own at this price) without ads? Not that I've seen.
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I see these deals all the time and wonder, what's the appeal of owning digital movies? Especially when they're most likely strewn about between Microsoft, Vudu, Prime Video, etc. Just seems like a mess to manage and not worth it?
Not necessarily. I use Vudu as my primary hub for most purchases, and most movies are MA also so they pop up in itunes, Microsoft, Amazon, Google, etc.

I do occasionally buy blu-ray 4k too if it's a movie I really want to see in the highest quality possible, as 4k blu-ray definitely beats digital streaming in audio and visual quality, but thats not to say it isn't good already. Just that certain movies take it to the next level in physical format.
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Fun movies for halloween next month. Great price for 4k too. Thanks and repped op!
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