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Joker Film Rental £1.45 HD/SD (using new account 50% discount) @ Chili
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Joker Film Rental £1.45 HD/SD (using new account 50% discount) @ Chili

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Posted 10th Jun

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An incredible movie, will go out on a limb and say it was the movie of 2019 if not the last few years. IMDB Rating of 8.5

The movie is now part of Chili Flash sale and can be rented for £1.45 in HD/SD using the new account discount. It has been posted before at £2.24 (thanks @Chanchi32 ) so a decent saving compared to then too.

Setting one up is super easy and you get given a 50% discount on your first movie (mindful that this isn't a new offer per se from Chili, but posting because it now applies on a fab movie and might benefit some who haven't yet discovered the discount).

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Worth Watching Because
Winner of the Golden Lion for Best Film at Venice Film Festival and starring Golden Globe winner Joaquin Phoenix and widely nominated in the upcoming Oscar awards, a thrilling and exceptionally brilliant film by Todd Phillips that is already considered the best movie of the year.

Synopsis
“Joker” centres around the iconic arch-nemesis and is an original, standalone story not seen before on the big screen. The exploration of Arthur Fleck (Joaquin Phoenix), a man disregarded by society, is not only a gritty character study, but also a broader cautionary tale.

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What devices can I use chili with?
  • Smart TV produced after 2013 of the following brands: Samsung, Philips, Sony, Sharp, Haier, Hisense, Zeasn, Vestel, Changhong, Arcelik, Netrange.
  • Some high-end models of Smart TV Panasonic produced in 2015 and 2016
  • Smart TV LG produced after 2015
  • PC and MAC
  • Android and iOS Smartphone/Tablet

You can watch CHILI contents with Fire TV Stick or Chromecast as well.

Hope it helps someone.
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What a film it is, just what a stunning film!
I’m well aware that it’s each to their own, but I just thought this was 2 hours 2 mins of my life I’m never going to get back...
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I'm always game for another joke, Murray
I’m well aware that it’s each to their own, but I just thought this was 2 hours 2 mins of my life I’m never going to get back...
What a film it is, just what a stunning film!
The idea of "renting" a film is beyond me, even at 1.45. At least with subscription services it's a fixed price per month no matter what you watch - it doesn't cost you a fortune to watch more.
Mind you, so is buying digital downloads of films a bit beyond me - I use 4k blurays for the films I really want (or subscription but not for films I want). At least that way, when the streaming provider goes tits up and you have spent 100s of pounds building up, nothing is wasted.
Yaba daba do - I'll just peddle my car while listening to vinyl....
Blofse10/06/2020 06:51

The idea of "renting" a film is beyond me, even at 1.45. At least with …The idea of "renting" a film is beyond me, even at 1.45. At least with subscription services it's a fixed price per month no matter what you watch - it doesn't cost you a fortune to watch more.Mind you, so is buying digital downloads of films a bit beyond me - I use 4k blurays for the films I really want (or subscription but not for films I want). At least that way, when the streaming provider goes tits up and you have spent 100s of pounds building up, nothing is wasted. Yaba daba do - I'll just peddle my car while listening to vinyl....


Did you never used to pop to blockbuster to rent a newer release that was going to be while before it was on TV?
Parfy10/06/2020 09:23

Did you never used to pop to blockbuster to rent a newer release that was …Did you never used to pop to blockbuster to rent a newer release that was going to be while before it was on TV?


Yes but times have changed since then substantially. Besides, dvds
Edited by: "Blofse" 10th Jun
Blofse10/06/2020 10:05

Yes but times have changed since then substantially. Besides, dvds


Same concept though. You’re paying to rent something digitally prior to waiting for wider release on Netflix / amazon / nowtv or whatever. Could be a year or more before a film goes from release / rental to VoD services.
LammyTheLamster10/06/2020 05:25

I’m well aware that it’s each to their own, but I just thought this was 2 h …I’m well aware that it’s each to their own, but I just thought this was 2 hours 2 mins of my life I’m never going to get back...


It’s crazy how people have different tastes!

I left the cinema knowing I’d just seen one of the best films ever. (In my opinion)
Thought it was absolutely rubbish to be fair
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