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Reservoir Dogs: 15th Anniversary Blu-ray £8.99 @ movietyme

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As above for all those who missed out on the sainsburys deal. Also some of the rambo films available for £7.99 and total recall for £8.99.
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8y, 3w agoFound 8 years, 3 weeks ago
As above for all those who missed out on the sainsburys deal. Also some of the rambo films available for £7.99 and total recall for £8.99.
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#1
Not region free by the looks of it so a good deal if you've a region A player
#2
got a RegionA PS3 but is the US version same or better than the UK release? and does it also comes in the Gasoline can metal case?
#3
Bargain price,

Don't get it when you get "special" cases though, just makes it effort to store and a bit geeky to me

Voted hot
#4
It`s a fifteen year old movie???????? £3 would be a acceptable price
#5
Humperdinck
Not region free by the looks of it so a good deal if you've a region A player


I am amazed enough people have Region Free/Region A players to have given even this much heat to what I would suspect is a very specialist deal.

I bet there are far fewer people in the UK could benefit from this than would have done from the NHS Microsoft offer, yet that caused "outrage" when it was posted!!! :whistling:
#6
I bought this while in new york didnt realise it wasnt region free, It doesnt come with the tin like the uk
#7
tonyd19565
It`s a fifteen year old movie???????? £3 would be a acceptable price


:roll:
#8
Not special edition - region locked to US players - voted cold..............
#9
tonyd19565;4179223
It`s a fifteen year old movie???????? £3 would be a acceptable price


Yes and The Dark Knight is very new, so I expect we should be paying about £150 for it?
#10
dancrawley
Not special edition - region locked to US players - voted cold..............


is this why you voted it cold, then why dont you buy the region A version,

if this is the reason , then everybody will vote cold for all items,

"so people will vote cold for all items on this board , by saying , i dont need this item, so its a cold vote from me), if you dont need it ,just dont vote :roll:
#11
COLD

£4 more than I paid in Sainsbury's for a UK (PAL) copy
Locked to US only players
NOT the special edition tin

:whistling:
#12
if region locked really needs to be in title as id guess most dont have US players
#13
Shaiya;4180479
Yes and The Dark Knight is very new, so I expect we should be paying about £150 for it?

If this is your attempt at sarcasm it sorely falls short
#14
tonyd19565;4179223
It`s a fifteen year old movie???????? £3 would be a acceptable price

Shaiya;4180479
Yes and The Dark Knight is very new, so I expect we should be paying about £150 for it?

tonyd19565;4181087
If this is your attempt at sarcasm it sorely falls short

Yes - it does fall short. It should have been £159.99. :thumbsup:
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#15
brilly
if region locked really needs to be in title as id guess most dont have US players


But if that were done, the deal might stop getting heat from people who vote from the listings page, rather than checking the details. We wouldn't want informed voting now would we?:whistling:
#16
tonyd19565
It`s a fifteen year old movie???????? £3 would be a acceptable price


tonyd19565
If this is your attempt at sarcasm it sorely falls short


And if £3 was your attempt at realism, it too fell way short. £3 for a blu-ray? Get real.

Besides, can't old films be classics, attain cult status, and be worth the money when viewed? Of course they can.
#17
ricaird;4183616
And if £3 was your attempt at realism, it too fell way short. £3 for a blu-ray? Get real.

Besides, can't old films be classics, attain cult status, and be worth the money when viewed? Of course they can.

£3-£4 for a disk burn it yourself. Get the lovefilm free trial, therefore nothing to hinder a cheaper alternative. How real is that for you and others will probably know where to source cheaper disc's:roll:
#18
tonyd19565
£3-£4 for a disk burn it yourself. Get the lovefilm free trial, therefore nothing to hinder a cheaper alternative. How real is that for you and others will probably know where to source cheaper disc's:roll:


So you think this is cold on the basis that you presume everyone has a blu-ray writer and making an illegal copy for £3-4 is better value. Forgive me if I don't seem impressed.:roll:
#19
A quick scan of tonyd19565's previous posts reveals he paid £13 for old Tom & Jerry cartoons. He contradicts his own argument.
#20
Shaiya
A quick scan of tonyd19565's previous posts reveals he paid £13 for old Tom & Jerry cartoons. He contradicts his own argument.


On DVD presumably too? :whistling:
#21
You got it, bucko.
#22
Expired by the looks....
#23
wizball
But if that were done, the deal might stop getting heat from people who vote from the listings page, rather than checking the details. We wouldn't want informed voting now would we?:whistling:


ah how foolish of me :oops:
#24
Shaiya;4185022
A quick scan of tonyd19565's previous posts reveals he paid £13 for old Tom & Jerry cartoons. He contradicts his own argument.

Thanks for making me feel important. Sending me private messages and scanning my previous posts, it`s nice to know someone cares enough to do this.
Yes I did buy tom and [COLOR=red]Jerry [/COLOR][COLOR=black](you see shaiyya, I do care) but ask yourself did I purchase for myself or someone else?[/COLOR]
[COLOR=black]As a point of interest, who stated I had voted cold? I only highlighted it was available fifteen years ago. Admittedly not on blu-ray[/COLOR]
#25
toonarmani
COLD

£4 more than I paid in Sainsbury's for a UK (PAL) copy
Locked to US only players
NOT the special edition tin

:whistling:

if that deal is still available then feel free to vote cold but many people could not get a copy from there saisburys as they did not stock blu ray therefore this is the alternative, as i put in the description.
#26
tonyd19565;4188626
Thanks for making me feel important. Sending me private messages and scanning my previous posts, it`s nice to know someone cares enough to do this.
Yes I did buy tom and [COLOR=red]Jerry [/COLOR][COLOR=black](you see shaiyya, I do care) but ask yourself did I purchase for myself or someone else?[/COLOR]
[COLOR=black]As a point of interest, who stated I had voted cold? I only highlighted it was available fifteen years ago. Admittedly not on blu-ray[/COLOR]


You feel important when you receive a Private Message on an Internet forum?
#27
well you must think so, in all the time I have been a member of this site, I have never had anyone who keeps sending me private messages unless we were exchanging relevant information. Weird or what!!!! I don`t mind what you post but sending private messages, that is as near stalking as you can get over a computer terminal

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