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Die Hard 4.0 - Blu-Ray - £20 instore @ Asda
Die Hard 4.0 - Blu-Ray - £20 instore @ Asda

Die Hard 4.0 - Blu-Ray - £20 instore @ Asda

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ASDA have the Blu-Ray version of Die Hard 4.0 out today for £20. Picked up my copy 10 minutes ago

This is the cheapest I have seen anywhere, even cheaper than HMV when you factor in their excellent 10% quidco
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46 Comments

Excellent film.

Although £20:? :? :?

To be fair... yeah, £20 is a lot, but the USA version isn't out for another month yet and won't be much cheaper (currently ]£17.99 to pre order it at movietyme).

Original Poster

Its cheaper than most online places in the UK - if you want to wait for the Us version then you can. But at this price tbh I cba to wait lol

And before anyone says but the DVD is £9.99 blah blah we know that, but for us geeks HD is the best way to watch movies now

£20 for a HD movie is a bit steep IMO

£19.54 Tesco Entertainment on-line

Original Poster

...and wait for delivery..

Too expensive.

There's an uncut version being released only on DVD but as of yet no plans to release this version on bluray.

£17.83 at TheHut, Asda and LoveFilm (all the same company).

Also £17.99 at DVD.co.uk

Also, HMV is 8% Quidco now, not 10%.

if the guy dont mind paying £20 for a blu-ray, dont think he will want to wait for post for the £2 saving

tony2311

if the guy dont mind paying £20 for a blu-ray, dont think he will want to … if the guy dont mind paying £20 for a blu-ray, dont think he will want to wait for post for the £2 saving



Well the site is about Hot Deals - and as going to Asda and spending £20 on it is NOT the cheapest method of getting the item...it's not a Hot Deal in my opinion!

I have to agree with the "this is hotdeals" type thinking. 20quid isn't that hot. sorry

sorry, cold, cheaper online as mentioned above.

meh die hard writers decided lets make good film and end it with an over the top cg sequence that ruins it

Totoriko

£20 for a HD movie is a bit steep IMO



you obviously wern't around when dvd first came out ......:roll:

abck in 1998 i was paying that price for dvd .... and llanelli had a grand total of 15 dvds available in dixons store ..... nobody else did them :whistling:

luckily my panasonic a100 ( i think ) was modded to play good olde US of A discs.

you lot dont know your born :-D

TALON1973

you obviously wern't around when dvd first came out ......:roll: abck in … you obviously wern't around when dvd first came out ......:roll: abck in 1998 i was paying that price for dvd .... and llanelli had a grand total of 15 dvds available in dixons store ..... nobody else did them :whistling: luckily my panasonic a100 ( i think ) was modded to play good olde US of A discs.you lot dont know your born :-D


I was around but I wasn't foolish enough to buy them in the UK, let alone a high street store.

Two people have said 'HD movie' this is BLU-RAY.

If you're getting this wrong you shouldnt even be posting a reply.

A Blu-Ray Disc is a HD movie (as in High Definition). You're getting confused with HD DVD.

t0mm

Two people have said 'HD movie' this is BLU-RAY.If you're getting this … Two people have said 'HD movie' this is BLU-RAY.If you're getting this wrong you shouldnt even be posting a reply.


I think you're the one talking too much. HD = High Definition. Are you saying the movie on a Blu Ray disc isn't in HD?

**** film and £20. Freezin.

£20 for any movie is not a 'hot deal'

Shame Asda couldn't do a mis-price again as they did with Deja Vu and let me have it for £7!!!!

Totoriko

I think you're the one talking too much. HD = High Definition. Are you … I think you're the one talking too much. HD = High Definition. Are you saying the movie on a Blu Ray disc isn't in HD?



Yes it is, but its a BLU-RAY movie.

HD-DVD and BLU-RAY are both High def but they will not play on each others machines (apart from 1 model)

So a Sony PS3 will not play a HD-DVD and a Xbox360 (hd add on) will not play a BLU-RAY

t0mm

Yes it is, but its a BLU-RAY movie.



So what's wrong in saying it's a HD movie?

I dont think there is anything wrong with it. But when you say HD movie people do think its a HD-DVD movie.

So saying BLU-RAY is easier all around.

Mr Hunter

I dont think there is anything wrong with it. But when you say HD movie … I dont think there is anything wrong with it. But when you say HD movie people do think its a HD-DVD movie.So saying BLU-RAY is easier all around.


Exactly

t0mm

Exactly



Not at all what you were arguing about earlier on.

t0mm

Two people have said 'HD movie' this is BLU-RAY.If you're getting this … Two people have said 'HD movie' this is BLU-RAY.If you're getting this wrong you shouldnt even be posting a reply.



And I was referring to both HD-DVD and Blu-Ray movies when I said "HD movie"

Well fine, but if it was 20 years ago and you called everything "a video", then people would want to know if it was VHS or Betamax.

who the *%$£ cares! It's a HD movie, look at the title if you want a disc description jeez.

That's the main reason BlueRay is a naff name, because joe bloggs will not have a Danny what it means.

Voted Cold

this is a good deal compared to Harrods price of £4,000.

VeryVery

this is a good deal compared to Harrods price of £4,000.



But there's a Harrods discount voucher for £3984 when you spend £4000, which means it's only £16 and therefore the cheapest available.

Nice find!

:thinking:

BristolDeal

But there's a Harrods discount voucher for £3984 when you spend £4000, w … But there's a Harrods discount voucher for £3984 when you spend £4000, which means it's only £16 and therefore the cheapest available.Nice find!:thinking:



Yeh that does seem good.

Don't forget for just another £10 you can get the booklet in HD too! :w00t:

BristolDeal

Well fine, but if it was 20 years ago and you called everything "a … Well fine, but if it was 20 years ago and you called everything "a video", then people would want to know if it was VHS or Betamax.


"£20 for a video is a bit steep IMO" - where video would mean both VHS and Betamax.

What does "HD movie" in "£20 for a HD movie is a bit steep IMO" means to you? Does it mean just Blu Ray or all HD movies in any format?

Totoriko

"£20 for a video is a bit steep IMO" - where video would mean both VHS … "£20 for a video is a bit steep IMO" - where video would mean both VHS and Betamax. What does "HD movie" in "£20 for a HD movie is a bit steep IMO" means to you? Does it mean just Blu Ray or all HD movies in any format?



I'd take "an HD movie" as being one in the HD-DVD format. not Blu-Ray.

Original Poster

*sigh* I give up with this place....

720 p = high def - its still called that as the big wigs touted as that from the start and dont want to confuse the public.

1080p = true high def - and thats what its officially called

I just took delivery of the DIE HARD QUADRILOGY (all 4 die hard films) from HMV for £24.99 on the old DVD format,so that will do me.

can get it cheaper but cant understand all the rubbish spouted.

the thread title is quite simple, it states it is blu ray from the start so why on earth people are pretending to be confused when the phrase hd is used, god only knows.

BristolDeal

I'd take "an HD movie" as being one in the HD-DVD format. not Blu-Ray.



So, what do you call those movies that are on Blu Ray discs? Aren't they High Definition (HD) movies to you?
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