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Zootropolis £0.99 Rental HD @ Google Play

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Just received a price drop alert - HD rental for 99p (was £4.49). Paid 49p... I had a 50% off movie rental voucher too! Read More
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6m, 5d agoFound 6 months, 5 days ago
Just received a price drop alert - HD rental for 99p (was £4.49).

Paid 49p... I had a 50% off movie rental voucher too!
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1 Like #1
Nice spot OP! 30 days to watch it, so that should be fine for half term next week!
3 Likes #2
This is probably my favourite Disney movie. Absolutely brilliant. :)
#3
Great film.
1 Like #4
50p off a movie rental? Google sure know how to spoil their customers.
#5
Can you get Google Play movies on your TV?
#6
Great film, little one is watching right now
#7
thekesslerboy
Can you get Google Play movies on your TV?

I think certain smart TV's support it, but I haven't seen a lot of them. The easiest way to watch Play Movies on a TV is with a chromecast though.
1 Like #8
thekesslerboy
Can you get Google Play movies on your TV?
If you've got a Chromecast you definitely can. Otherwise I believe you can watch them through YouTube on a laptop, so you could connect it to your TV via HDMI.

I can definitely watch the stuff I've bought through Google Play on YouTube here: https://www.youtube.com/purchases

Not sure if rentals work, but worth a try.

Edited By: buddn07 on Oct 18, 2016 12:04: Added link.
#9
Same price on iTunes if you prefer
4 Likes #10
same price with amazon
1 Like #11
thekesslerboy
Can you get Google Play movies on your TV?

You should be able to play them on any device with a Youtube app.
#12
Upon reflecting on some of my favourite Disney films, they tend to have some traumatic themes which I would want to shelter the youngest from:

Lion king, Aladdin, nemo, bambi - death of parent
Pinocchio, Dumbo - separation from parent

Can anyone confirm if this film has such issues please.
#13
thekesslerboy
Can you get Google Play movies on your TV?
Roku has a google play app,
also using chromecast you can or connect you pc/laptop (if you can) via hdmi to your tv.
#14
my two kids 5+11 both loved this
#15
i had a 75% offf code so works out to be 25p so why not spoil myself :D
#16
mark9000
50p off a movie rental? Google sure know how to spoil their customers.


Read it again.
#17
free on Kodi :{
#18
really nice little film this
1 Like #19
friiza
Upon reflecting on some of my favourite Disney films, they tend to have some traumatic themes which I would want to shelter the youngest from:
Lion king, Aladdin, nemo, bambi - death of parent
Pinocchio, Dumbo - separation from parent
Can anyone confirm if this film has such issues please.

No such issues, although there is some nudity.
#20
Loved this film
#21
littel helper
free on Kodi :{


yeah, this site is stoopid boi... you can just rob stuff, for FREE innit!!
#22
Or you can watch it free on kodi via Amazon Fire tv stick
3 Likes #23
friiza
Upon reflecting on some of my favourite Disney films, they tend to have some traumatic themes which I would want to shelter the youngest from:
Lion king, Aladdin, nemo, bambi - death of parent
Pinocchio, Dumbo - separation from parent
Can anyone confirm if this film has such issues please.

Your darling is going to have to face the horrors of this world at some point....may as well get it out of the way now - stick Jaws on.
#24
hoopla
friiza
Upon reflecting on some of my favourite Disney films, they tend to have some traumatic themes which I would want to shelter the youngest from:
Lion king, Aladdin, nemo, bambi - death of parent
Pinocchio, Dumbo - separation from parent
Can anyone confirm if this film has such issues please.
No such issues, although there is some nudity.
Thanks! Animated animal nudity is ok by me :3


horsepills
friiza
Upon reflecting on some of my favourite Disney films, they tend to have some traumatic themes which I would want to shelter the youngest from:
Lion king, Aladdin, nemo, bambi - death of parent
Pinocchio, Dumbo - separation from parent
Can anyone confirm if this film has such issues please.
Your darling is going to have to face the horrors of this world at some point....may as well get it out of the way now - stick Jaws on.
Thanks for the suggestion. Jaws is a bit tame. Will take him to see the exorcist for his 5th birthday. Matchsticks in the eyelids.
#25
gother
thekesslerboy
Can you get Google Play movies on your TV?
Roku has a google play app,
also using chromecast you can or connect you pc/laptop (if you can) via hdmi to your tv.


Hmm. Wonder if I can get it on my upstairs Now TV box via a hack. Have YouTube on the tv downstairs
1 Like #26
bccben
thekesslerboy
Can you get Google Play movies on your TV?
I think certain smart TV's support it, but I haven't seen a lot of them. The easiest way to watch Play Movies on a TV is with a chromecast though.

If you've got an Xbox you can watch google play movies via the Youtube App.
#27
friiza
Upon reflecting on some of my favourite Disney films, they tend to have some traumatic themes which I would want to shelter the youngest from:
Lion king, Aladdin, nemo, bambi - death of parent
Pinocchio, Dumbo - separation from parent
Can anyone confirm if this film has such issues please.

My 4 year old is usually fine btu we saw this in the cinema and had to leave. There's a section in the middle where some of the animals turn quite feral and creepy. He was fine watching it later on TV though.
#28
bridawg
friiza
Upon reflecting on some of my favourite Disney films, they tend to have some traumatic themes which I would want to shelter the youngest from:
Lion king, Aladdin, nemo, bambi - death of parent
Pinocchio, Dumbo - separation from parent
Can anyone confirm if this film has such issues please.
My 4 year old is usually fine btu we saw this in the cinema and had to leave. There's a section in the middle where some of the animals turn quite feral and creepy. He was fine watching it later on TV though.
oO ok thanks for letting me know. There was a similar part in watership down which left me severely traumatized! Will give this one a miss.
#29
friiza
bridawg
friiza
Upon reflecting on some of my favourite Disney films, they tend to have some traumatic themes which I would want to shelter the youngest from:
Lion king, Aladdin, nemo, bambi - death of parent
Pinocchio, Dumbo - separation from parent
Can anyone confirm if this film has such issues please.
My 4 year old is usually fine btu we saw this in the cinema and had to leave. There's a section in the middle where some of the animals turn quite feral and creepy. He was fine watching it later on TV though.
oO ok thanks for letting me know. There was a similar part in watership down which left me severely traumatized! Will give this one a miss.

Despite the rating Watership down isn't really a kids film. Parts of this could be a bit scary for a four year old though. May-be you could rent it and fast forward through the scary bits?
#30
Also features in Amazon Video 99p Friday offer this week.


Edited By: gundwani on Oct 21, 2016 11:39
#31
Thank you, OP.

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