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Back to the Future Trilogy in HD @ iTunes - £9.99

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2y, 5m agoFound 2 years, 5 months ago
The full trilogy digitally in HD on iTunes for those with an iOS device or Apple TV.

Take the trilogy with you or watch in HD at home with an Apple TV or on PC/Mac.

- Please don't vote down just because you're an Apple hater. I use iTunes and Google Play movies equally and they're both more convenient than having a room full of discs and boxes.
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#1
Cheaper to buy the Blu-ray with UV copy
#2
Thanks, will be picking this up.
#3
But I don't think the UV is HD, Flixster isn't that great at showing movies (the only UV app I'm aware of) and iTunes may be more convenient for some.
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pbyron1
But I don't think the UV is HD, Flixster isn't that great at showing movies (the only UV app I'm aware of) and iTunes may be more convenient for some.

The Blu-ray set includes high definition UltraViolet copies (most recent Universal releases are HD same with Sony)
#5
Should be cheaper these prices are a joke for non tangible items when you can buy the blu ray same price and have resale value or be able to share with your friends or family.
#6
cacaman123
Should be cheaper these prices are a joke for non tangible items when you can buy the blu ray same price and have resale value or be able to share with your friends or family.

That's debatable. Some people find digital easier to manage/use and since many families have a single Apple account shared between them it's easy enough to share.

There is always going to be a debate about this, but it's just opinion. Many people prefer physical copies and others prefer digital. The only reason they should be cheaper is due to lack of extras on some films.

But the other question is; how much is the original retail price before shops add their bulk discount? The iTunes and Google Play stores are single stores with a set price. Stores selling physical copies can buy bulk and drop prices as a loss leader or because they've overstocked etc. This is why physical is often cheaper.
#7
Get the Blu-Ray
1. You have a hard copy that will last, harder wearing than a DVD or on a Hard Drive, should last decades
2. It supports the format
3. You can rip it to the format of your choice now & at a later date
4. Looks great on the shelf
5. Cheap to buy
6. Has resale value should a better edition/Format come out
7. Best Video Quality Available, Highest Bitrate
8. Best Audio Quality, lossless with various other languages & subtitles
9. Extras that don't come with digital downloads, artwork & booklets with essays (with some blu-rays)
10. You can lend it out quite easily as most people now have a blu-ray player or ps3/4 etc.
#8
bridb
Get the Blu-Ray
1. You have a hard copy that will last, harder wearing than a DVD or on a Hard Drive, should last decades
2. It supports the format
3. You can rip it to the format of your choice now & at a later date
4. Looks great on the shelf
5. Cheap to buy
6. Has resale value should a better edition/Format come out
7. Best Video Quality Available, Highest Bitrate
8. Best Audio Quality, lossless with various other languages & subtitles
9. Extras that don't come with digital downloads, artwork & booklets with essays (with some blu-rays)
10. You can lend it out quite easily as most people now have a blu-ray player or ps3/4 etc.

All very good points and true for some, but equally:

Get the Digital copy:

1. No shelf space to find, good if you don't have shelves or are moving or have a tiny flat
2. Supporting the digital format to improve support further
3. You can watch as a family or all watch the same film separately and stop at different times.
4. You can carry your whole film/TV collection on holiday
5. Fit in your pocket, watch on a big screen or on a tablet at the dinner table
6. No physical disc to lose, misplace or stick in the wrong box
7. No lending to friends, which means no lost copies due to disputes over ownership or moving away
8. Instant selection from many different titles depending on your mood
9. Languages and subtitles for many films in formats supported by the most common home audio equipment and tablets/phones
10. Buy once and play on lots of different equipment either by streaming or downloading.

...in other words, isn't it good that we live in a world where we have the freedom to choose our format depending on taste and needs and that there is a site that allows you to see offers on these formats that might be beneficial to its members (see post 2 of this thread) :)
#9
pbyron1
bridb
Get the Blu-Ray
1. You have a hard copy that will last, harder wearing than a DVD or on a Hard Drive, should last decades
2. It supports the format
3. You can rip it to the format of your choice now & at a later date
4. Looks great on the shelf
5. Cheap to buy
6. Has resale value should a better edition/Format come out
7. Best Video Quality Available, Highest Bitrate
8. Best Audio Quality, lossless with various other languages & subtitles
9. Extras that don't come with digital downloads, artwork & booklets with essays (with some blu-rays)
10. You can lend it out quite easily as most people now have a blu-ray player or ps3/4 etc.

All very good points and true for some, but equally:

Get the Digital copy:

1. No shelf space to find, good if you don't have shelves or are moving or have a tiny flat
2. Supporting the digital format to improve support further
3. You can watch as a family or all watch the same film separately and stop at different times.
4. You can carry your whole film/TV collection on holiday
5. Fit in your pocket, watch on a big screen or on a tablet at the dinner table
6. No physical disc to lose, misplace or stick in the wrong box
7. No lending to friends, which means no lost copies due to disputes over ownership or moving away
8. Instant selection from many different titles depending on your mood
9. Languages and subtitles for many films in formats supported by the most common home audio equipment and tablets/phones
10. Buy once and play on lots of different equipment either by streaming or downloading.

...in other words, isn't it good that we live in a world where we have the freedom to choose our format depending on taste and needs and that there is a site that allows you to see offers on these formats that might be beneficial to its members (see post 2 of this thread) :)

You get all those benefits w/UV which is included (free) when you buy the blu-ray for £9.

Edited By: fuzzydunlop on Jul 24, 2014 17:34
#10
Saw this go up late yesterday, good deal so grabbed it there and then.

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