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BRAVEHEART 4k/Blu ray £10.33 (Prime) / £13.32 (non Prime) at Amazon
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BRAVEHEART 4k/Blu ray £10.33 (Prime) / £13.32 (non Prime) at Amazon

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Posted 30th Sep

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There's no digital copy in the UK release of the 4K disc. But this isn't a terrible price at all.
PWestgarth30/09/2019 12:59

There's no digital copy in the UK release of the 4K disc. But this isn't a …There's no digital copy in the UK release of the 4K disc. But this isn't a terrible price at all.


that’s annoying. i though they all come with digital now? £10 for a 4k is decent. itunes would probably be cheaper but their bit rate is like 15mbps and blu ray is 50-80mbps
Not sure why this is getting voted cold it's a decent price, maybe it's in the 3 for £30 offer at Zoom, heat from me, I'd like to know why people are voting cold on this
dandoc230/09/2019 13:16

that’s annoying. i though they all come with digital now? £10 for a 4k is d …that’s annoying. i though they all come with digital now? £10 for a 4k is decent. itunes would probably be cheaper but their bit rate is like 15mbps and blu ray is 50-80mbps


Yeah iTunes may be cheaper but Blu-ray is far superior, I find the iTunes cold voters (on physical media deals) annoying at times & I really wish people would realise that NOT everyone as lightning-fast internet connection, physical media is & always will be superior, simple as.
lettherebedeals30/09/2019 13:31

Yeah iTunes may be cheaper but Blu-ray is far superior, I find the iTunes …Yeah iTunes may be cheaper but Blu-ray is far superior, I find the iTunes cold voters (on physical media deals) annoying at times & I really wish people would realise that NOT everyone as lightning-fast internet connection, physical media is & always will be superior, simple as.


I agree. I have roughly about 250 films on itunes as I have collected them over the past 7 years. However one day I watched a blu ray and thought I would compare it to the itunes and the difference is a joke.

Since that day I haven’t bought a single itunes movie, however watching films on my phone is fine as detail isn’t a big deal for home cinema 100%. I have Braveheart itunes which gets the free 4k upgrade however I will still buy the disc. I’ll check out zoom thanks
lettherebedeals30/09/2019 13:31

Yeah iTunes may be cheaper but Blu-ray is far superior, I find the iTunes …Yeah iTunes may be cheaper but Blu-ray is far superior, I find the iTunes cold voters (on physical media deals) annoying at times & I really wish people would realise that NOT everyone as lightning-fast internet connection, physical media is & always will be superior, simple as.


I remember when as long as the item was a great deal it got hot. Games still get heat but physical movies struggle. Zoom have had amazing deals recently and none have been posted here because why bother when people vote cold? They have no clue.
dandoc230/09/2019 13:16

that’s annoying. i though they all come with digital now? £10 for a 4k is d …that’s annoying. i though they all come with digital now? £10 for a 4k is decent. itunes would probably be cheaper but their bit rate is like 15mbps and blu ray is 50-80mbps



Unfortunately, with the demise of the Ultraviolet service, all of the film studios releasing in the UK have made the delightful decision to jump back off the digital bandwagon with physical releases (despite continuing to supply Movies Anywhere codes in the USA, and despite the fact that some of them had moved over to supplying Google Play codes before UV went anyway).

Braveheart was released after Fox decided to stop supplying digital codes in the UK, sadly.

It's a good disc, mind you, at a decent price. But it does rather detract from 4K discs (which remain far more expensive than their streaming counterpart) when the digital copy is no longer included.
Edited by: "PWestgarth" 30th Sep
PWestgarth30/09/2019 15:32

Unfortunately, with the demise of the Ultraviolet service, all of the film …Unfortunately, with the demise of the Ultraviolet service, all of the film studios releasing in the UK have made the delightful decision to jump back off the digital bandwagon with physical releases (despite continuing to supply Movies Anywhere codes in the USA, and despite the fact that some of them had moved over to supplying Google Play codes before UV went anyway).Braveheart was released after Fox decided to stop supplying digital codes in the UK, sadly.It's a good disc, mind you, at a decent price. But it does rather detract from 4K discs (which remain far more expensive than their streaming counterpart) when the digital copy is no longer included.


But why is a UV copy so important anyhow, it's not a reason for people to vote cold IMO, 4K physical media is expensive in the UK I agree I think we are the 2nd most expensive if not the most expensive country for 4K physical media, so at a tenner, this is a decent price yet people still vote cold. Sadly so many deals no longer get voted on price anymore, but voted on likeability & personal opinion especially when it comes to music and films, this is a classic film but people still vote it cold but not one person as had the courtesy to the op to say why they voted it cold and for what reason.
lettherebedeals30/09/2019 21:57

But why is a UV copy so important anyhow, it's not a reason for people to …But why is a UV copy so important anyhow, it's not a reason for people to vote cold IMO, 4K physical media is expensive in the UK I agree I think we are the 2nd most expensive if not the most expensive country for 4K physical media, so at a tenner, this is a decent price yet people still vote cold. Sadly so many deals no longer get voted on price anymore, but voted on likeability & personal opinion especially when it comes to music and films, this is a classic film but people still vote it cold but not one person as had the courtesy to the op to say why they voted it cold and for what reason.


Oh, I agree. Which is why I repeatedly said it was a good price, and voted it hot.

The original poster mentioned a desire to sell on the code, though. Which wouldn't be possible, since there isn't one. So while it's a decent value disc, it's not as described, which was the only reason I posted in the first place!
Thanks for the heads up op, price gone up now unfortunately so will wait for the next deal on it.
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