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Is it me but I don't get all these HOT deals for DVD/Blu-Ray Films

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5y, 8m agoPosted 5 years, 8 months ago
Every day there seems to be loads of HOT deals for DVD's and Blu-Ray films that get to a high degree of hot votes.

Once I've seen a movie I rarely watch it again...is it me? I have signed up for a FREE 3 month love film trial so can watch all these £10, £8 etc blu-ray movies FREE...

I understand when it comes to Disney or childrens movies as they tend to watch the movie over and over again but as an adult, do you watch a movie you have purchased more than once?

Just a debate...
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5y, 8m agoPosted 5 years, 8 months ago
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#1
^ another weirdo that rarely watches a film more than once

WTF

IS DIS REAL?
[mod]#2
Dont like them ignore them ? so your telling me you have never watched a film more than once ?
#3
Yes, it's you.
banned#4
physical media for the purposes of distributing digital entertainment is dead!

Edited By: master_chief on Mar 18, 2011 13:27: Updated for OCD pedants!
#5
I rarely watch films at all, let alone more than once.

I agree - don't understand why anyone would fork out for a dvd to watch it again & again - especially with the like of lovefilm on the go and other "methods" of obtaining films.
#6
Lovefilm is the future.
1 Like #7
master_chief
physical media is dead!

...except that used to store digital versions, of course.

BFN,

fp.
#8
There are many, many films I would watch again and again.

Do you not listen to an album more than once? or play a video game?
#9
sancho1983
There are many, many films I would watch again and again.

Do you not listen to an album more than once? or play a video game?

There are a few films I can watch every time they are televised (digitised, if you wish), even though I have them on Video, &/or DVD, &/or Blu-ray Disc (probably still sealed).

Others I watch again & again until I buy them to wean me out of the habit of keep watching them whenever I change a TV channel & find they are being shown.

Others I would never watch again (some of which I foolishly bought pre-recorded first).

Each to their own though. I don't read fiction books; not even once. However, I would happily watch the motion picture version of a fictional story.

There are also many albums I would not play again, & a few video games that I would never sell but I will never play in the future.

BFN,

fp.

Edited By: fanpages on Mar 18, 2011 14:29: I have never seen "The Godfather" either!
#10
I feel the same about watching certain films. I can easily use my laptop, DS, phone or whatever whilst it is on.

I get your point though.

Films like Pulp Fiction and Forest Gump deserved to be watched over and over again. The more I watched Gump (as I got older and wiser) the more connections I got
banned#11
The "Freinds" deals full of sheeple rushing to buy the box set every time it get posted on a monthly bases, makes me wonder the same thing
#12
Is it me but I don't get all these HOT deals for DVD/Blu-Ray Films being whinged at by people who aren't interested but take the time to create a thread about it
#13
It might be people buying things for the first time? Ive never seen The Godfather for example...

I do see your point though, other than back to the future and p0rn I try not to watch anything more than once... Lifes far too short...
#14
autolesbona
Is it me but I don't get all these HOT deals for DVD/Blu-Ray Films being whinged at by people who aren't interested but take the time to create a thread about it


People are becoming more an more moany on here and in real life. I tend to just smile and ignore all the miserable sods these days
#15
Shaun of the dead watch it everytime it comes on tv, some films u just can indiana jones on bank holidays or christmas, old skool films- goonies,stir crazy and stuff like that from when i was younger
#16
master_chief
physical media is dead!
fanpages
...except that used to store digital versions, of course.

master_chief
physical media for the purposes of distributing digital entertainment is dead!

Edited By: master_chief on Mar 18, 2011 13:27: Updated for OCD pedants!

"OCD pedants"? Thanks for caring.

BFN,

fp.
#17
the only dvd's ive bought in the past few year are box sets and stand-up dvd's. i pay god knows how much to Sky for the privilage of watching movies.
I dont mind watching films more than a few times but it just tends to be whats on tele at the time.
The quandry ive got at the minute is that im debating a cheap blu-ray player but i know after a month or so it wouldnt get used just like the home cinema system i bought a couple of years ago!
#18
There have been many threads on here already about all the dvd's, I was one that started a thread on it.
#19
i dont think the OP was specifically(sp) moaning about the deals being post but merely asking if anybody shared his opinion about buying dvd's or watching them over & over .
#20
Bought law abiding citizen on BD last week for 5 quid thanks to hukd, originally saw it at the cinema have a HD rip of it and now I'm gonna sit back and watch it tonight, even though I know what happens it doesn't bore me if I watch it again.
#21
garbage456
There have been many threads on here already about all the dvd's, I was one that started a thread on it.


I can keep reading DVD threads even though I know what is going to happen in them.

BFN,

fp.
#22
SkilledNutter
Lovefilm is the future.

^^^ This is what I agree with...for a small fee each month (although I am on free 3 months trial) I can watch loads of films without having to buy them for £12 and then be worth £1 in a years time...

This is my opinion....
banned#23
I do watch really good films again but only after a really long time our if I'm with a different set of people.

I feel after all that time i've changed as a person and as a result the movie changes for me also.

The same can be said if I watch the same film with different people in a different setting. This can change my perspective of a good film even if it hasn't been so long since I last saw it.
banned#24
But average films I don't bother watching again

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