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Amazon Instant Video - Friday Night Movies - 12 movies to rent for 99p each

£0.99 @ Amazon
Seems to be an irregular event. Choose from the following selection: The Revenant Finding Nemo Alvin and The Chipmunks: Road Chip High-Rise Snoopy and Charlie Brown: The Peanuts Movie … Read More
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Seems to be an irregular event. Choose from the following selection:

The Revenant

Finding Nemo

Alvin and The Chipmunks: Road Chip

High-Rise

Snoopy and Charlie Brown: The Peanuts Movie

Blazing Saddles

Pride and Prejudice and Zombies

The Blair Witch Project

The Goonies

Risen

Pretty Woman

A Bigger Splash

Once you have rented a movie you have 30 days to start watching then 48 hours to finish once started.
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28 Likes
pauljanet
I bet Kodi's cheaper!lol

I bet stealing a car is cheaper than buying one too! Lol!!!111one
11 Likes
captainbeaky
cjdean1983
As a prime customer, I already get Amazon Instant Video, and access to thousands of free movies. I assume this deal is aimed to non Amazon Prime customers who don't download torrents either?
Free movies that cost £79 a year.

The movies don't cost £79 per year though, do they?

You get the movies, plus the TV shows, plus the music streaming, plus the next day delivery, plus the free kindle book per month, plus the kindle lending library.

So, no, not £79 per year for movies.
9 Likes
There is no excuse for not already owning The Goonies.
8 Likes
jaydeeuk1
These in HD?
Click and see like everyone else
6 Likes
The story so far:
1. Home vs Cinema releases vs prices (non-sequitur)
2. HD vs SD (usual debate for last 10+ years)
3. 4K (#1 hot topic - insert this in every thread for next 5+ years)
4. DVD vs Blu-ray (more format wars to come soon [see UHD 4K BR])
5. Poundland (no relevance to the discussion..)
6. Kodi (streaming vs moral highground)
7. CAR THEFT!!! (WTF LEVEL10)

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2 Likes #1
Nice! Hope this becomes a weekly thing.
Heat!
1 Like #2
Fantastic! Unlike other promotions you can choose more than one. Thank you op :D
#3
These in HD?
8 Likes #4
jaydeeuk1
These in HD?
Click and see like everyone else
#5
All the old ones. New movies and those in 4K are very very expensive, sometimes cheaper to watch in the cinema
2 Likes #6
I bet Kodi's cheaper!lol
#7
Not bad, there's a few movies worth watching in there.

I still miss the good old days of the HTC 5p movie rental!
28 Likes #8
pauljanet
I bet Kodi's cheaper!lol

I bet stealing a car is cheaper than buying one too! Lol!!!111one
#9
Very useful. Cheers!
#10
Bades
jaydeeuk1
These in HD?
Click and see like everyone else
Well clicked the link,ctrl F and typed HD so guess not then.

Will stick to Kodi.
2 Likes #11
jaydeeuk1
These in HD?

With the exception of blazing saddles yes they are :)
1 Like #12
You have 30 days to start watching it too - unlike Wuaki's rubbish 48 hours!
3 Likes #13
sam_of_london
All the old ones. New movies and those in 4K are very very expensive, sometimes cheaper to watch in the cinema
If your watching them solo then yes new rentals can be more expensive then the cinema, but for a couple or family then it's a lot cheaper even at £10-£15 a rental.
Plus you have the option of hot food, alcohol and pausing it if you need the toilet.
Not to mention most streaming rentals are unlimited views within a 48 hour period.

Honestly if they ever released films to legal streaming at the same as they did box office they'd pretty much kill traditional cinema chains even if they increased the price to £20.
#14
sam_of_london
All the old ones. New movies and those in 4K are very very expensive, sometimes cheaper to watch in the cinema

find me a cinema, not just in London, that shows a new film for £4.49 or less :)
9 Likes #15
There is no excuse for not already owning The Goonies.
#16
mattyduk
sam_of_london
All the old ones. New movies and those in 4K are very very expensive, sometimes cheaper to watch in the cinema
find me a cinema, not just in London, that shows a new film for £4.49 or less :)

Odeon Panton Street in London is £6 off peak and actually shows NEW movies which this deal is really not.
#17
I like it
Heat
#18
Why, even after subbing to a plex service I am drawn to these deals. Damn you hukd! X)
#19
hmmm.. not much exciting there, bring back Blockbuster someone please...
#20
jaydeeuk1
These in HD?
They sure are :-)
1 Like #21
pauljanet
I bet Kodi's cheaper!lol
Kodi sucks balls.
used to be good..now a days just annoying..unreliable..slow..so much nonsense.
1 Like #22
As a prime customer, I already get Amazon Instant Video, and access to thousands of free movies. I assume this deal is aimed to non Amazon Prime customers who don't download torrents either?
4 Likes #23
cjdean1983
As a prime customer, I already get Amazon Instant Video, and access to thousands of free movies. I assume this deal is aimed to non Amazon Prime customers who don't download torrents either?
Free movies that cost £79 a year.
11 Likes #24
captainbeaky
cjdean1983
As a prime customer, I already get Amazon Instant Video, and access to thousands of free movies. I assume this deal is aimed to non Amazon Prime customers who don't download torrents either?
Free movies that cost £79 a year.

The movies don't cost £79 per year though, do they?

You get the movies, plus the TV shows, plus the music streaming, plus the next day delivery, plus the free kindle book per month, plus the kindle lending library.

So, no, not £79 per year for movies.
#25
Good find. Thanks. Heat added.
#26
Horrorwood
pauljanet
I bet Kodi's cheaper!lol
I bet stealing a car is cheaper than buying one too! Lol!!!111one
Can you download a copy of a car without depriving the original owner of his vehicle?
Bad analogy.
1 Like #27
friiza
Horrorwood
pauljanet
I bet Kodi's cheaper!lol
I bet stealing a car is cheaper than buying one too! Lol!!!111one
Can you download a copy of a car without depriving the original owner of his vehicle?
Bad analogy.

How about stealing some of the blood from a child then? That work for you?
#28
colinweston712
mattyduk
sam_of_london
All the old ones. New movies and those in 4K are very very expensive, sometimes cheaper to watch in the cinema
find me a cinema, not just in London, that shows a new film for £4.49 or less :)
Odeon Panton Street in London is £6 off peak and actually shows NEW movies which this deal is really not.
Dome Cinema Worthing - Monday nights are £3 - all films
2 Likes #29
ctdctd
friiza
Horrorwood
pauljanet
I bet Kodi's cheaper!lol
I bet stealing a car is cheaper than buying one too! Lol!!!111one
Can you download a copy of a car without depriving the original owner of his vehicle?
Bad analogy.
How about stealing some of the blood from a child then? That work for you?

No, how ridiculous
#30
Watch Blazing Saddles, you have forgotten how funny it is.
#31
friiza
Horrorwood
pauljanet
I bet Kodi's cheaper!lol
I bet stealing a car is cheaper than buying one too! Lol!!!111one
Can you download a copy of a car without depriving the original owner of his vehicle?
Bad analogy.

Oh yeah because nobody owns movies either...
1 Like #32
Horrorwood
friiza
Horrorwood
pauljanet
I bet Kodi's cheaper!lol
I bet stealing a car is cheaper than buying one too! Lol!!!111one
Can you download a copy of a car without depriving the original owner of his vehicle?
Bad analogy.
Oh yeah because nobody owns movies either...
If you weren't going to buy it anyway, then it doesn't deprive the "owner" of anything.
Not that any of those owners, time,Fox, etc are facing financial hardship.
#33
joedastudd
sam_of_london
All the old ones. New movies and those in 4K are very very expensive, sometimes cheaper to watch in the cinema
If your watching them solo then yes new rentals can be more expensive then the cinema, but for a couple or family then it's a lot cheaper even at £10-£15 a rental.
Plus you have the option of hot food, alcohol and pausing it if you need the toilet.
Not to mention most streaming rentals are unlimited views within a 48 hour period.

Honestly if they ever released films to legal streaming at the same as they did box office they'd pretty much kill traditional cinema chains even if they increased the price to £20.


All these movies are available in Poundland for one pound
2 Likes #34
friiza
Horrorwood
friiza
Horrorwood
pauljanet
I bet Kodi's cheaper!lol
I bet stealing a car is cheaper than buying one too! Lol!!!111one
Can you download a copy of a car without depriving the original owner of his vehicle?
Bad analogy.
Oh yeah because nobody owns movies either...
If you weren't going to buy it anyway, then it doesn't deprive the "owner" of anything.
Not that any of those owners, time,Fox, etc are facing financial hardship.

So a better analogy would be skipping paying a taxi driver after he's taken you to your destination then. You weren't going to pay him anyway, he's already bought the car he's riding in, and he might be rich too. Sure, he'd be better off if you paid for his services, but hey, who cares. Just so many kinds of awesome to your logic..
#35
sam_of_london
joedastudd
sam_of_london
All the old ones. New movies and those in 4K are very very expensive, sometimes cheaper to watch in the cinema
If your watching them solo then yes new rentals can be more expensive then the cinema, but for a couple or family then it's a lot cheaper even at £10-£15 a rental.
Plus you have the option of hot food, alcohol and pausing it if you need the toilet.
Not to mention most streaming rentals are unlimited views within a 48 hour period.

Honestly if they ever released films to legal streaming at the same as they did box office they'd pretty much kill traditional cinema chains even if they increased the price to £20.

All these movies are available in Poundland for one pound

You aren't going to find The Revenant, High-Rise or the Snoopy Movie for £1 in Poundland in HD anytime soon.
#36
awkward thread is awkward
#37
smackos
sam_of_london
joedastudd
sam_of_london
All the old ones. New movies and those in 4K are very very expensive, sometimes cheaper to watch in the cinema
If your watching them solo then yes new rentals can be more expensive then the cinema, but for a couple or family then it's a lot cheaper even at £10-£15 a rental.
Plus you have the option of hot food, alcohol and pausing it if you need the toilet.
Not to mention most streaming rentals are unlimited views within a 48 hour period.

Honestly if they ever released films to legal streaming at the same as they did box office they'd pretty much kill traditional cinema chains even if they increased the price to £20.

All these movies are available in Poundland for one pound

You aren't going to find The Revenant, High-Rise or the Snoopy Movie for £1 in Poundland in HD anytime soon.


They all are and sometimes new ones as well . In London there so many Poundshops full of dvds and blue ray movies.
#38
sam_of_london
smackos
sam_of_london
joedastudd
sam_of_london
All the old ones. New movies and those in 4K are very very expensive, sometimes cheaper to watch in the cinema
If your watching them solo then yes new rentals can be more expensive then the cinema, but for a couple or family then it's a lot cheaper even at £10-£15 a rental.
Plus you have the option of hot food, alcohol and pausing it if you need the toilet.
Not to mention most streaming rentals are unlimited views within a 48 hour period.
Honestly if they ever released films to legal streaming at the same as they did box office they'd pretty much kill traditional cinema chains even if they increased the price to £20.
All these movies are available in Poundland for one pound
You aren't going to find The Revenant, High-Rise or the Snoopy Movie for £1 in Poundland in HD anytime soon.
They all are and sometimes new ones as well . In London there so many Poundshops full of dvds and blue ray movies.

Darn you then.. I've never seen anything close to as good a Deals as those. I did once get The Hobbit Desolation of Smaug in 3D Blu-ray 2nd hand for £2.54 but that was after it had been out a while.
#39
Horrorwood
pauljanet
I bet Kodi's cheaper!lol
I bet stealing a car is cheaper than buying one too! Lol!!!111one

streaming is legal, as ruled by the European court of Justice


Edited By: eset12345 on Sep 30, 2016 17:31
1 Like #40
cjdean1983
As a prime customer, I already get Amazon Instant Video, and access to thousands of free movies. I assume this deal is aimed to non Amazon Prime customers who don't download torrents either?

Amazon Prime Video is pretty rubbish though, isn't it? It's not like it has every movie you could possibly want to see for free. For example, The Revenant and High Rise from the list above are not free on Prime, and those were just the first 2 I checked.

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