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Posted 20th Jul

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Pretty good film, I thought. Well worth this price in 4K

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Credit to @andrewworrall1 for finding the code
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Watched this last night and didn't expect to enjoy it so much, but it was fantastic! Heat for this price thanks OP.
But it's CHILI. I have concerns over how long this platform will be around for. I'll use it for rentals but not purchases.
SteelRat20/07/2019 15:59

It’s good ... but be warned, it’s set up for a sequel so lots of una …It’s good ... but be warned, it’s set up for a sequel so lots of unanswered questions and no proper end to the film. I hope they make a sequel but it bombed at the box office which might prevent that


It hardly bombed at the box office, $401 million worldwide box office on a $170 million budget is not a failure. It's not a guarantee sequel box office either but not a bomb by any means.

That figure also doesn't include Blu-ray or digital sales.
It’s good ... but be warned, it’s set up for a sequel so lots of unanswered questions and no proper end to the film. I hope they make a sequel but it bombed at the box office which might prevent that
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Thanks for the mention and 🔥 added
Edited by: "andrewworrall1" 20th Jul
Watched this last night and didn't expect to enjoy it so much, but it was fantastic! Heat for this price thanks OP.
What can you watch it on?
Damn got excited thinking it was the disc . Could always get it with Atmos for £10 on ATV.
Edited by: "AJ92" 20th Jul
Still waiting for my 4K blu Ray copy to arrive. Hope it’s good. Heat headed.
mrb3020/07/2019 15:37

What can you watch it on?


Via Chili app if your device supports it. No chili app on Xbox currently, your tv might have the app, or tablet/phone likely to have app
It’s good ... but be warned, it’s set up for a sequel so lots of unanswered questions and no proper end to the film. I hope they make a sequel but it bombed at the box office which might prevent that
AJ9220/07/2019 15:41

Damn got excited thinking it was the disc . Could always get it …Damn got excited thinking it was the disc . Could always get it with Atmos for £10 on ATV.


ATV??
But it's CHILI. I have concerns over how long this platform will be around for. I'll use it for rentals but not purchases.
Please can anyone confirm subtitles on this? CHILI don't give much info on disability access issues.
It won't show uhd only hd+ when I click to view and I have 45 mbps?
SteelRat20/07/2019 15:59

It’s good ... but be warned, it’s set up for a sequel so lots of una …It’s good ... but be warned, it’s set up for a sequel so lots of unanswered questions and no proper end to the film. I hope they make a sequel but it bombed at the box office which might prevent that


It hardly bombed at the box office, $401 million worldwide box office on a $170 million budget is not a failure. It's not a guarantee sequel box office either but not a bomb by any means.

That figure also doesn't include Blu-ray or digital sales.
HEAT!!! Thank you! Tonight’s 4K viewing sorted!
I’ll Never trust setting up another digital movie download library after the The Ultraviolet fiasco. Keep having to transfer movies from one provider to another, then to have the ‘own your movies for life’ myuv site closing down permanently in October. I’ve gone back to purchasing hard copies of movies. Don’t trust any of these digital companies anymore.

Also when buying from labels like ‘Arrow’ you get better transfers and movies which match how the cinematographer/DP intended.
It's trash don't do it been trying for hour can't get 4k option amazon and Netflix stream 4k fine
FrankGrimes20/07/2019 17:46

I’ll Never trust setting up another digital movie download library after t …I’ll Never trust setting up another digital movie download library after the The Ultraviolet fiasco. Keep having to transfer movies from one provider to another, then to have the ‘own your movies for life’ myuv site closing down permanently in October. I’ve gone back to purchasing hard copies of movies. Don’t trust any of these digital companies anymore.Also when buying from labels like ‘Arrow’ you get better transfers and movies which match how the cinematographer/DP intended.


You haven't had to move any of your UV films to any other provider. You will (most likely) have created and linked your UV and Flixster accounts when redeeming your first UV code. Everything you have redeemed is still in the same place.

When UV closes your movies will STILL be available in Flixster, just like they are now. You don't need to do anything.

Now, before Flixster shuts down at the end of October they will be moving whatever content they can over to Google Play (so when the time comes make sure you have a Google account linked). But until then, nothing has changed (barring not being able to redeem any more codes after this month).

You haven't had to do anything and all your stuff is where it always has been. I don't know why you are making it seem like you've been through some big drama.

I do agree with the general sentiment of dissatisfaction regarding the whole UV debacle and it's longevity. (Without having looked into the details of how it works but appreciating the value of a centralised system), it would be great to see 'Movies Anywhere' launched in the UK. Either that or the inclusion of both iTunes and Google Play codes (or a single use code that can be redeemed on either - but Google and Apple would need to implement that).

I am a little concerned about the future of digital codes included with Physical copies becoming iTunes versions or just downloadable versions, both of which are completely useless to me.

Also, most people get their UV codes through buying physical media, with the UV code considered a 'bonus' copy. So, it's buying hard copies of movies that has netted people all these digital copies in a system with no future.

If we had just bought straight up digital copies from Google or Apple from the start we wouldn't even be going through any of this. But it will be better when all my UV stuff is transferred to Google (where it will be safe).
PurplePerson20/07/2019 19:32

You haven't had to move any of your UV films to any other provider. You …You haven't had to move any of your UV films to any other provider. You will (most likely) have created and linked your UV and Flixster accounts when redeeming your first UV code. Everything you have redeemed is still in the same place.When UV closes your movies will STILL be available in Flixster, just like they are now. You don't need to do anything.Now, before Flixster shuts down at the end of October they will be moving whatever content they can over to Google Play (so when the time comes make sure you have a Google account linked). But until then, nothing has changed (barring not being able to redeem any more codes after this month).You haven't had to do anything and all your stuff is where it always has been. I don't know why you are making it seem like you've been through some big drama.I do agree with the general sentiment of dissatisfaction regarding the whole UV debacle and it's longevity. (Without having looked into the details of how it works but appreciating the value of a centralised system), it would be great to see 'Movies Anywhere' launched in the UK. Either that or the inclusion of both iTunes and Google Play codes (or a single use code that can be redeemed on either - but Google and Apple would need to implement that).I am a little concerned about the future of digital codes included with Physical copies becoming iTunes versions or just downloadable versions, both of which are completely useless to me.Also, most people get their UV codes through buying physical media, with the UV code considered a 'bonus' copy. So, it's buying hard copies of movies that has netted people all these digital copies in a system with no future.If we had just bought straight up digital copies from Google or Apple from the start we wouldn't even be going through any of this. But it will be better when all my UV stuff is transferred to Google (where it will be safe).


Each to their own I guess, but Personally I see it as a massive mess. When it started it all seemed pretty straight forward, a brilliant digital movie library, with great terms and conditions, using myuv as a central hub do your movies would always be safe in one place. As time went by it all started to fall apart. You’d keep having to have things linked to constantly changing providers, so much so I’ve lost track of how many times I get emails telling me I may lose my collection if I don’t do something by a certain date or transfer my movie collection. Some movies available via flixster, others not, some via blink box, which then transferred to talk talk, which then transferred to Rakuten Tv!, I think I’m entitled to view that as a pain!, call it a drama if you want, but it isn’t exactly straight forward is it?. And as for the ‘bonus thing’, I used to have all my movies in one place via blink box/talk talk, where I also purchased hundreds of pounds worth of movies, mixed with the ‘bonus’ redeemed movies which I paid for primarily for the digital versions!, they all used to be in one place, but once Rakuten tv took over, half the uv library disappeared, some only to be found on flixster, others not. Before all this got messy I could watch all these movies on my TV via talk talk, once that changed over to Rakuten, I have to watch half on flixster which doesn’t even have an app on the TV, so now half my library I have to watch on a computer monitor.
If you like this sort of mess, then good luck to you, but hey, I’m now back to buying hard copies via Amazon and my local HMV. I find you get better quality prints in true 4K this way too.
Maybe some provider will come along one day who I have confidence with, but I certainly won’t be going back to digital movie library use any time soon.
Thanks for the long reply though, lots of info you write is very useful, I just find I don’t have time for all this messing about.
Got free tickets to see this a few weeks before cinema release in IMAX and was blown away by the visuals , most visually stunning film since Avatar IMO

Rented 4k films from chili before , granted for free but found the streaming to be fine
GigahurtzUK20/07/2019 16:23

It hardly bombed at the box office, $401 million worldwide box office on a …It hardly bombed at the box office, $401 million worldwide box office on a $170 million budget is not a failure. It's not a guarantee sequel box office either but not a bomb by any means. That figure also doesn't include Blu-ray or digital sales.


I hope you’re correct. From what I’ve read it cost $200 million and for a movie to break even accounting for promotion and distribution etc it needs to bring in double it’s budget. So in reality I don’t think it actually made much money, if any. I’m just taking that info from the internet so may be wrong. I hope it did make enough for them to consider a sequel
FrankGrimes20/07/2019 20:22

Each to their own I guess, but Personally I see it as a massive mess. …Each to their own I guess, but Personally I see it as a massive mess. When it started it all seemed pretty straight forward, a brilliant digital movie library, with great terms and conditions, using myuv as a central hub do your movies would always be safe in one place. As time went by it all started to fall apart. You’d keep having to have things linked to constantly changing providers, so much so I’ve lost track of how many times I get emails telling me I may lose my collection if I don’t do something by a certain date or transfer my movie collection. Some movies available via flixster, others not, some via blink box, which then transferred to talk talk, which then transferred to Rakuten Tv!, I think I’m entitled to view that as a pain!, call it a drama if you want, but it isn’t exactly straight forward is it?. And as for the ‘bonus thing’, I used to have all my movies in one place via blink box/talk talk, where I also purchased hundreds of pounds worth of movies, mixed with the ‘bonus’ redeemed movies which I paid for primarily for the digital versions!, they all used to be in one place, but once Rakuten tv took over, half the uv library disappeared, some only to be found on flixster, others not. Before all this got messy I could watch all these movies on my TV via talk talk, once that changed over to Rakuten, I have to watch half on flixster which doesn’t even have an app on the TV, so now half my library I have to watch on a computer monitor. If you like this sort of mess, then good luck to you, but hey, I’m now back to buying hard copies via Amazon and my local HMV. I find you get better quality prints in true 4K this way too.Maybe some provider will come along one day who I have confidence with, but I certainly won’t be going back to digital movie library use any time soon. Thanks for the long reply though, lots of info you write is very useful, I just find I don’t have time for all this messing about.


It wasn't clear that most of your grievance wasn't with the UV closure, but, rather, with the Blink box/Ratuken mess, which does sound horrible (and it is a real shame you were so invested in it). I, like you, don't have much faith in these smaller providers hanging around in the long term either, which is why I also wouldn't bother with this particular deal with Chili.

I only really feel confident about Google, Apple and Amazon as far as digital purchases of movies goes. I don't think any of them are going anywhere.
clonereeco20/07/2019 20:38

Got free tickets to see this a few weeks before cinema release in IMAX and …Got free tickets to see this a few weeks before cinema release in IMAX and was blown away by the visuals , most visually stunning film since Avatar IMORented 4k films from chili before , granted for free but found the streaming to be fine


I hope it's a better movie than Avatar. I was really looking forward to it but thought the only impressive thing about it WAS the visuals.

Alita, again, LOOKS stunning. Hopefully it's a bit more engrossing. If nothing else at least it has Jennifer Connelly.
SteelRat20/07/2019 20:48

I hope you’re correct. From what I’ve read it cost $200 million and for a m …I hope you’re correct. From what I’ve read it cost $200 million and for a movie to break even accounting for promotion and distribution etc it needs to bring in double it’s budget. So in reality I don’t think it actually made much money, if any. I’m just taking that info from the internet so may be wrong. I hope it did make enough for them to consider a sequel


boxofficemojo.com/movies/?page=main&id=alita.htm

All studios take a risk with marketing budget as it sometimes pays off and sometimes it doesn't.

I would like to see a sequel if only to finish story and if Blu-ray sales are good you never know.
Edited by: "GigahurtzUK" 20th Jul
PurplePerson20/07/2019 20:48

It wasn't clear that most of your grievance wasn't with the UV closure, …It wasn't clear that most of your grievance wasn't with the UV closure, but, rather, with the Blink box/Ratuken mess, which does sound horrible (and it is a real shame you were so invested in it). I, like you, don't have much faith in these smaller providers hanging around in the long term either, which is why I also wouldn't bother with this particular deal with Chili.I only really feel confident about Google, Apple and Amazon as far as digital purchases of movies goes. I don't think any of them are going anywhere.


Sorry, I wasn’t very clear.
I think your absolutely right, If I were to trust any place to keep a digital library of movies, I’d choose one of the companies you listed above, and like you previously mentioned, The myuv/flixster migration over to google play can only be for the better. I believe lots of TV’s support google play too which is a bonus.
this film bombed and they (Rodriguez and Cameron) didn't see it coming.
I didn't like it and it's sad because I was/am fan of all Robert Rodriguez movies.some of them I watched 100 times.
A dreadful film.
Excellent movie
As a fan of anime and having seen the original film is it worth watching this? I think I'm going to be disappointed.
The Akira remake should be good though.
Edited by: "jayhutton10" 21st Jul
Trailer looks awesome and I like Chili ... what's WRONG with me!! Sunday PM sorted.
Can't believe you people are paying £5.00 to see a movie at home. Thats crazy seen so many movies for free like this i should be paid 1 milion pounds
gu2gan21/07/2019 07:00

Can't believe you people are paying £5.00 to see a movie at home. Thats …Can't believe you people are paying £5.00 to see a movie at home. Thats crazy seen so many movies for free like this i should be paid 1 milion pounds


So true, so many people buying tv's and stuff on here as well. You can just take them from people's houses guys!
koskesh20/07/2019 21:18

this film bombed and they (Rodriguez and Cameron) didn't see it coming.I …this film bombed and they (Rodriguez and Cameron) didn't see it coming.I didn't like it and it's sad because I was/am fan of all Robert Rodriguez movies.some of them I watched 100 times.


Even Spy Kids 4? That's some real dedication.
This film deserves more credit, watched it on a total whim expected very little and was blown away by such a great story and great movie all round, probably one of the best shocks I've ever had
Edited by: "Douglas_Birks" 21st Jul
PurplePerson20/07/2019 19:32

You haven't had to move any of your UV films to any other provider. You …You haven't had to move any of your UV films to any other provider. You will (most likely) have created and linked your UV and Flixster accounts when redeeming your first UV code. Everything you have redeemed is still in the same place.When UV closes your movies will STILL be available in Flixster, just like they are now. You don't need to do anything.Now, before Flixster shuts down at the end of October they will be moving whatever content they can over to Google Play (so when the time comes make sure you have a Google account linked). But until then, nothing has changed (barring not being able to redeem any more codes after this month).You haven't had to do anything and all your stuff is where it always has been. I don't know why you are making it seem like you've been through some big drama.I do agree with the general sentiment of dissatisfaction regarding the whole UV debacle and it's longevity. (Without having looked into the details of how it works but appreciating the value of a centralised system), it would be great to see 'Movies Anywhere' launched in the UK. Either that or the inclusion of both iTunes and Google Play codes (or a single use code that can be redeemed on either - but Google and Apple would need to implement that).I am a little concerned about the future of digital codes included with Physical copies becoming iTunes versions or just downloadable versions, both of which are completely useless to me.Also, most people get their UV codes through buying physical media, with the UV code considered a 'bonus' copy. So, it's buying hard copies of movies that has netted people all these digital copies in a system with no future.If we had just bought straight up digital copies from Google or Apple from the start we wouldn't even be going through any of this. But it will be better when all my UV stuff is transferred to Google (where it will be safe).



I was completely unaware that Flixter were closing down as well. I think I've only recently linked them up with Ultrviolet!
Didn't know that I need to now link Flixter with Google Play, so I visited their website and there appears to be no way to login anymore, just an icon with the words "Coming soon",
So I guess I've lost all of those films now - Good job I still have them all on physical disk!
Any of the 3 films that I've 'bought' digitally in sales, I've considered as long-term rentals anyway.
Great film! Really enjoyed this!
jayhutton1021/07/2019 06:41

As a fan of anime and having seen the original film is it worth watching …As a fan of anime and having seen the original film is it worth watching this? I think I'm going to be disappointed.The Akira remake should be good though.


As a fan of anime myself, this blew my mind.
It stays very true to Gunnm.
I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.
If you’ve not seen it keep your expectations low and you may enjoy it more for doing that. It started off good but drifted into a less ambitious direction with a story that feels very similar to what’s been done before, and not in a good / nostalgic way. I got my hopes up early but that just let me down the way it played out
Good price for a 4K movie. Voted hot for the deal.

As with all these stores, even Apple, Amazon and Google, you just need to remember that when you "buy" a movie it is still just a rental agreement.

If the big three lose the rights to "Star Trek" or "James Bond" movies due to increasing costs or the movies become exclusive to one service, then you lose that movie.

How many of use have actually read the T and C's? You have the movie only as long as they pay for the rights and continue operating as a business. Every company can go bust or sell their streaming service to another company that refuses to honour the old terms and conditions.

They are good services but you own nothing.
Edited by: "kevtaylor1701" 21st Jul
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