Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 [Blu-ray] [2017] plus delivery @ Amazon - £7.98 Prime / £9.97 non-Prime
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Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 [Blu-ray] [2017] plus delivery @ Amazon - £7.98 Prime / £9.97 non-Prime

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Found 4th Feb
Cheapest I've seen it! Plus delivery (free delivery over £20) It's £7.98 with or without prime no idea why the moderators have changed that.
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On 2 for £15 offer got both guardians of the galaxy films for £15
Any deals about for the mcu phase 2 boxset on bluray?
What an awful sequel.
Talibmania6 m ago

What an awful sequel.


I much preferred it to the first.
Talibmania11 m ago

What an awful sequel.


It wasn't bad, the first was better but this was still good
MatsyLR14 m ago

It wasn't bad, the first was better but this was still good


Agreed. My friends were astounded at me saying I preferred the first movie. Just felt that the dynamic between the characters wasn't quite as fresh as the first film, which was a bit of an issue as neither film really had a stellar (ha, space pun) story. Still good though.
This movie is so bad I felt asleep watching it 3 days in a row then I stopped watching
Got this and Dr Strange for £15. Movie night on Friday sorted! Cheers OP!
On 2 for 15 plus 10% off at Zoom.
Talibmania1 h, 21 m ago

What an awful sequel.


It was better then the first film. Literally a 10/10.
just got this but for some reason it started a Prime membership, took about 5 pages of saying Cancel to finally actually cancel, talk about trying to keep you signed up or what. Now i got till 7th March
P.s. for people with NowTV movies, Ive just noticed that its available for streaming.
19DembaBa193 h, 1 m ago

This movie is so bad I felt asleep watching it 3 days in a row then I …This movie is so bad I felt asleep watching it 3 days in a row then I stopped watching


What's your favourite movie? Give me your top 3
Talibmania4 h, 1 m ago

What an awful sequel.


You have a Matrix Image in your profile so am guessing you're a big fan of the Matrix Trilogy..

Am going to take your opinion with a grain of salt
Norseg13 m ago

What's your favourite movie? Give me your top 3


I don’t have any favourites I enjoy films that are entertaining and must have good story and makes me feel good after it finishes
It's a problem when the first 3 minutes and 45 seconds of a film are the best part.
scottz175 h, 30 m ago

Got this and Dr Strange for £15. Movie night on Friday sorted! Cheers OP! …Got this and Dr Strange for £15. Movie night on Friday sorted! Cheers OP!


Got this same pair of films for £13.50 at Zoom.
Great movie.
nippykev5th Feb

It's a problem when the first 3 minutes and 45 seconds of a film are the …It's a problem when the first 3 minutes and 45 seconds of a film are the best part.

Well one part has to be the best regardless of when it is!
I am Groot.
cold not 4k who buy blu rays anyway most people.............within in minutes perfectly good copy too.
Sanzai3 h, 34 m ago

Got this same pair of films for £13.50 at Zoom.


Cheers for that. Managed to cancel my order at Amazon and reorder from Zoom with the Sign Up code.
journo9 h, 56 m ago

P.s. for people with NowTV movies, Ive just noticed that its available for …P.s. for people with NowTV movies, Ive just noticed that its available for streaming.


It was premiered on Boxing Day.
shahidali474 h, 23 m ago

cold not 4k who buy blu rays anyway most people.............within in …cold not 4k who buy blu rays anyway most people.............within in minutes perfectly good copy too.



Huh?
scottz174 h, 44 m ago

Cheers for that. Managed to cancel my order at Amazon and reorder from …Cheers for that. Managed to cancel my order at Amazon and reorder from Zoom with the Sign Up code.


No problem, glad you caught it in time
Already got it, but this is a cracking deal for a very good movie....
Best sequel to anything I've watched in a very very long time , personally prefer the first whereas the misses prefers this one but each to there own and a very very worthy sequel, great price
Great price and it arrives tomorrow! Loved it in the cinema
Tbh I reckon blu-ray should be a lot cheaper these days.
sprite12759414 m ago

Tbh I reckon blu-ray should be a lot cheaper these days.


well i guess it wont be long
dvds dropped down to virtually free didn't they?
Norseg15 h, 26 m ago

You have a Matrix Image in your profile so am guessing you're a big fan of …You have a Matrix Image in your profile so am guessing you're a big fan of the Matrix Trilogy..Am going to take your opinion with a grain of salt


Maybe he is just a fan of the first Matrix, like mostly everyone who enjoys watching films. I can't fathom why you would just assume we was a fan of all 3 films, like pretty much no one on planet earth.
19DembaBa1915 h, 16 m ago

I don’t have any favourites I enjoy films that are entertaining and must h …I don’t have any favourites I enjoy films that are entertaining and must have good story and makes me feel good after it finishes


What's your top 3 movies that made you feel good after you finished them?
sprite1275943 h, 30 m ago

Tbh I reckon blu-ray should be a lot cheaper these days.


Probably, but you pay for the quality of image you are getting and a physical copy which many people like.
Streaming is all well and good but the quality difference is very noticeable (at least for blu ray vs 1080p stream, 4k stream is different) Then you have to factor in special features and audio if you have a setup capable of taking advantage of it.
Streaming is much more convenient sure, its just personal choice on if you see physical media as worth it.
I don't see blu ray worth it at new prices, I only buy used at like 1-3 quid each as I want the physical copy and special features.

Have over 400 blu-rays at this point, all used (apart from some boxsets from family) in great condition. Many of them gotten for technically free through trading in junk that's been laying around gathering dust that would be too much time and effort to attempt to sell on fleebay and converting it to either vouchers/cash. Anything I don't have a physical copy of that I want is downloaded at around 4-10GB per film or 1-2GB per TV show episode which is good enough and stored on my hard drives (about 10TB about half full). I'm not a fan of buying TV shows though specially ones with loads of long seasons as I am just not going to watch them more than once due to the time needed....Movies I can watch multiple times over and over.
Edited by: "MatsyLR" 5th Feb
Great movie and amazing sound track
Great price, Blu-Ray all the way for me. 4k movies are too expensive and most are just upscaled 2k. I also don't get why with 4k discs you get the Blu-Ray as well...
MatsyLR11 h, 22 m ago

Probably, but you pay for the quality of image you are getting and a …Probably, but you pay for the quality of image you are getting and a physical copy which many people like.Streaming is all well and good but the quality difference is very noticeable (at least for blu ray vs 1080p stream, 4k stream is different) Then you have to factor in special features and audio if you have a setup capable of taking advantage of it.Streaming is much more convenient sure, its just personal choice on if you see physical media as worth it.I don't see blu ray worth it at new prices, I only buy used at like 1-3 quid each as I want the physical copy and special features.Have over 400 blu-rays at this point, all used (apart from some boxsets from family) in great condition. Many of them gotten for technically free through trading in junk that's been laying around gathering dust that would be too much time and effort to attempt to sell on fleebay and converting it to either vouchers/cash. Anything I don't have a physical copy of that I want is downloaded at around 4-10GB per film or 1-2GB per TV show episode which is good enough and stored on my hard drives (about 10TB about half full). I'm not a fan of buying TV shows though specially ones with loads of long seasons as I am just not going to watch them more than once due to the time needed....Movies I can watch multiple times over and over.



Agreed
I also have a similar amount of shared storage. I convert blu rays into mkvs as physical storage space is limited. If you are a film or series buff, TPB (and like) are amazing resources for things which simply don't exist anymore anyway or anywhere.
I can't (at the moment) keep 3DS as 3D mkvs and I would like something which can simply remove sections of films, without doing anything more complicated.
I will never go to 4K!
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