Catch Me If You Can (2002) (Region Free) Blu-ray (£5 w/ Prime / £7.99 w/o Prime) @ Amazon.co.uk
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Catch Me If You Can (2002) (Region Free) Blu-ray (£5 w/ Prime / £7.99 w/o Prime) @ Amazon.co.uk

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Found 5th Aug
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It's not a bad price, but it's about the money. Assuming the code SIGNUP10 works, you can actually get it cheaper at £4.50 at Zoom: zoom.co.uk/pro…BwE
Edited by: "BristolBillyBob" 5th Aug
Excellent film.
Great film but average price for a film this old.
I remember seeing this on release in America, March 2003. As Kev said, great film, but should be a bit cheaper really.
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I would never buy new DVD. Previously i used to buy from carboot in dozen for £1 each and gave away free to charity shops as couldn’t sell. Now I watch all online. Hasn’t everyone got a broadband now a days?
Edited by: "jackie_chan" 6th Aug
jackie_chan1 h, 3 m ago

I would never buy new DVD. Previously i used to buy from carboot in dozen …I would never buy new DVD. Previously i used to buy from carboot in dozen for £1 each and gave away free to charity shops as couldn’t sell. Now I watch all online. Hasn’t everyone got a broadband now a days?


If there was a Spotify for films, with everything on it fairly permanently, I'd probably stop buying physical media in a heartbeat. Unfortunately, the selection is relatively limited, and things come and go quite frequently on Amazon Prime and Netflix. If I wanted to watch a particular film there's no guarantee it'd be included anywhere. Being a bargain hunter, I seldom pay more than £2-3 for a blu ray, so I figure it's not bad VFM for guaranteeing that whenever I want to watch a film I have it ready to go, in top quality HD. When offerings on Netflix and Amazon start going 4K across the board, though, I might review the situation!

PS. I like the idea of having 'a broadband'. My ex had a laptop for her birthday once and her gran asked if she was getting 'an internet'.
BristolBillyBob6th Aug

If there was a Spotify for films, with everything on it fairly …If there was a Spotify for films, with everything on it fairly permanently, I'd probably stop buying physical media in a heartbeat. Unfortunately, the selection is relatively limited, and things come and go quite frequently on Amazon Prime and Netflix. If I wanted to watch a particular film there's no guarantee it'd be included anywhere. Being a bargain hunter, I seldom pay more than £2-3 for a blu ray, so I figure it's not bad VFM for guaranteeing that whenever I want to watch a film I have it ready to go, in top quality HD. When offerings on Netflix and Amazon start going 4K across the board, though, I might review the situation!PS. I like the idea of having 'a broadband'. My ex had a laptop for her birthday once and her gran asked if she was getting 'an internet'.



I'm the same, all streaming services, plus Sky, chop and change their movies due to rights. I find it strange in 2018 that Netflix will only have a new movie licensed for a period of time because BBC1 have the rights to show it once or twice in a year.
jackie_chan6th Aug

I would never buy new DVD. Previously i used to buy from carboot in dozen …I would never buy new DVD. Previously i used to buy from carboot in dozen for £1 each and gave away free to charity shops as couldn’t sell. Now I watch all online. Hasn’t everyone got a broadband now a days?


Your username is Jackie Chan so I'm not sure if you're aware that Jackie Chan's movies are being released starting this month on Blu-ray in new 4K and 2K restorations - the best stuff like Police Story, Project A etc will ever look. You won't be able to find these online!
BristolBillyBob6th Aug

If there was a Spotify for films, with everything on it fairly …If there was a Spotify for films, with everything on it fairly permanently, I'd probably stop buying physical media in a heartbeat. Unfortunately, the selection is relatively limited, and things come and go quite frequently on Amazon Prime and Netflix. If I wanted to watch a particular film there's no guarantee it'd be included anywhere. Being a bargain hunter, I seldom pay more than £2-3 for a blu ray, so I figure it's not bad VFM for guaranteeing that whenever I want to watch a film I have it ready to go, in top quality HD. When offerings on Netflix and Amazon start going 4K across the board, though, I might review the situation!PS. I like the idea of having 'a broadband'. My ex had a laptop for her birthday once and her gran asked if she was getting 'an internet'.


An ultimate movie streaming service is never going to happen. Now that Netflix have proven it can be done. All the studios are going to begin opening their own streaming services and content is going to be even more fractured than it currently is.
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