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Joker - pre order download £4.99 SD / £5.99 HD @ Chili
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Joker - pre order download £4.99 SD / £5.99 HD @ Chili

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Posted 4th Oct
Pre order Joker at Chili for bargain £4.99
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When you pre-order a title, you'll receive it as soon as it becomes available. You'll be notified by e-mail as and when, so you'll be the first to see it! You may choose one of the following quality levels, depending on the title: SD, HD (now Full HD 1080p) and 4K HDR

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

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gavin104/10/2019 10:41

Not sure I’d be so willing to buy a film before it’s even out in the cin …Not sure I’d be so willing to buy a film before it’s even out in the cinema in case it’s awful.Joker has got mixed reviews.However even though it says purchase I’d still only consider this a rental. You have to consider how digital purchase can vanish, I got stung by Barnes and Noble closing and shifting me to Sainsburies who then closed and moved to Kobo while I lost e-books. I’d actually already read them so it wasn’t a huge loss but it made me think I’ll stick with paper for books I know I will want to read again.


Many of the poor reviews that made its overall reviews "mixed" have come from politically motivated reviewers who are predisposed to downgrade the score based on it not meeting their woke criteria.

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EDIT - Rotten Tomatoes audience score is currently at 93%
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Edited by: "fishtastic" 4th Oct
c5804/10/2019 10:32

eh? really? pay £5 to watch a film in 8 weeks that you can pay the same …eh? really? pay £5 to watch a film in 8 weeks that you can pay the same price to watch in cinemas today?


5 pound for the cinema???????? Try 10 pound plus each .
Edged04/10/2019 10:18

I think that £4.99 to watch in about 8 weeks time.


eh? really? pay £5 to watch a film in 8 weeks that you can pay the same price to watch in cinemas today?
Not sure I’d be so willing to buy a film before it’s even out in the cinema in case it’s awful.

Joker has got mixed reviews.

However even though it says purchase I’d still only consider this a rental.

You have to consider how digital purchase can vanish, I got stung by Barnes and Noble closing and shifting me to Sainsburies who then closed and moved to Kobo while I lost e-books. I’d actually already read them so it wasn’t a huge loss but it made me think I’ll stick with paper for books I know I will want to read again.
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How long is this long term rental valid ? Presume you dont get a hard copy so rely on them being around in xx months time to continue to view your long term rental of the digital content ?
What is chilli? Is it cinema releases that you pay to rent for a night or pay for on release on dvd - buy or keep? I’ve never used it.
I think that £4.99 to watch in about 8 weeks time.
Seems like a good deal! Heat! imagine i will likely buy digitally anyhow. So quids in!
thr0tt04/10/2019 10:16

How long is this long term rental valid ? Presume you dont get a hard copy …How long is this long term rental valid ? Presume you dont get a hard copy so rely on them being around in xx months time to continue to view your long term rental of the digital content ?


This isn't a rental, it's a purchase.
So when can I watch it ?
im assuming it may when it released on Blu Ray which is ages away
Edited by: "Orange_Sooty" 4th Oct
Edged04/10/2019 10:18

I think that £4.99 to watch in about 8 weeks time.


eh? really? pay £5 to watch a film in 8 weeks that you can pay the same price to watch in cinemas today?
khy8604/10/2019 10:31

This isn't a rental, it's a purchase.


Says you...
Literally just getting ready to leave and go watch it now
Not sure I’d be so willing to buy a film before it’s even out in the cinema in case it’s awful.

Joker has got mixed reviews.

However even though it says purchase I’d still only consider this a rental.

You have to consider how digital purchase can vanish, I got stung by Barnes and Noble closing and shifting me to Sainsburies who then closed and moved to Kobo while I lost e-books. I’d actually already read them so it wasn’t a huge loss but it made me think I’ll stick with paper for books I know I will want to read again.
bumflaps04/10/2019 10:16

What is chilli? Is it cinema releases that you pay to rent for a night or …What is chilli? Is it cinema releases that you pay to rent for a night or pay for on release on dvd - buy or keep? I’ve never used it.


Chili sell both digital and physical media. The digital movie & film store works exactly like iTunes, Google Play, Rakuten TV, Amazon etc. You can either rent or buy digital content. This is a pre-order, so it won't be available to watch until home release in a few months' time.
gavin104/10/2019 10:41

Not sure I’d be so willing to buy a film before it’s even out in the cin …Not sure I’d be so willing to buy a film before it’s even out in the cinema in case it’s awful.Joker has got mixed reviews.However even though it says purchase I’d still only consider this a rental. You have to consider how digital purchase can vanish, I got stung by Barnes and Noble closing and shifting me to Sainsburies who then closed and moved to Kobo while I lost e-books. I’d actually already read them so it wasn’t a huge loss but it made me think I’ll stick with paper for books I know I will want to read again.


Yep, this is the biggest problem with digital media... Generally, I stick with providers that are very unlikely to go bust or close, such as iTunes, Amazon or Google Play. I do have quite a few Chili purchases though because they've had great deals on credit via Groupon. I wouldn't pay full price for Chili purchases, but half-price is very tempting, since it's pretty much the same price as a rental.
c5804/10/2019 10:32

eh? really? pay £5 to watch a film in 8 weeks that you can pay the same …eh? really? pay £5 to watch a film in 8 weeks that you can pay the same price to watch in cinemas today?


Well, my local cinemas are only £5/6 all day every day, but that's not the same for everyone. Also, with a cinema ticket you only get to watch the film once - a digital purchase can be watched as many times as you like.
The_Biggest_Lebowski04/10/2019 10:52

Well, my local cinemas are only £5/6 all day every day, but that's not the …Well, my local cinemas are only £5/6 all day every day, but that's not the same for everyone. Also, with a cinema ticket you only get to watch the film once - a digital purchase can be watched as many times as you like.


True, but depending on your home set up, the cinema offers a better... cinematic... experience.

Each to their own
Seeing this in IMAX tonight. Can't wait.

I'm more hyped for it as a film piece, as opposed to viewing it as take on the comic villain. It just has a different vibe and is hopefully well directed.
If it ties to the physical home release, may not see this for ages unless it completely bombs out at the box office
c5804/10/2019 10:32

eh? really? pay £5 to watch a film in 8 weeks that you can pay the same …eh? really? pay £5 to watch a film in 8 weeks that you can pay the same price to watch in cinemas today?


Why buy a house for hundreds of thousands of pounds when you can get a hotel for a night for £50 eh?
c5804/10/2019 10:32

eh? really? pay £5 to watch a film in 8 weeks that you can pay the same …eh? really? pay £5 to watch a film in 8 weeks that you can pay the same price to watch in cinemas today?


5 pound for the cinema???????? Try 10 pound plus each .
Mr.Nutts04/10/2019 10:56

True, but depending on your home set up, the cinema offers a better... … True, but depending on your home set up, the cinema offers a better... cinematic... experience.Each to their own


There’s also the back row.........mmmmmm.......
bumflaps04/10/2019 11:46

There’s also the back row.........mmmmmm.......


You're right bumflaps
The Chilli stream quality on my hisense 4k tv is shocking even at HD+
Surprised there's no 4K. Would've definitely purchased it if there was. Bit of a quality snob these days.
For a fiver in the comfort of your own home sounds good to me, donr know why people are complaining
gavin104/10/2019 10:41

Not sure I’d be so willing to buy a film before it’s even out in the cin …Not sure I’d be so willing to buy a film before it’s even out in the cinema in case it’s awful.Joker has got mixed reviews.However even though it says purchase I’d still only consider this a rental. You have to consider how digital purchase can vanish, I got stung by Barnes and Noble closing and shifting me to Sainsburies who then closed and moved to Kobo while I lost e-books. I’d actually already read them so it wasn’t a huge loss but it made me think I’ll stick with paper for books I know I will want to read again.


Many of the poor reviews that made its overall reviews "mixed" have come from politically motivated reviewers who are predisposed to downgrade the score based on it not meeting their woke criteria.

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EDIT - Rotten Tomatoes audience score is currently at 93%
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Edited by: "fishtastic" 4th Oct
Thanks op
I think this is an excellent offer, I may have to grab it myself as I'm not sure if I'll get to see it in the cinema. I've got a 14 month old so evenings are no-go's, and as my wife and I both work we rarely ever get any time off together (I work 5 days, my wife works 2, so one of us can always look after our daughter) We've actually got a day off together on Monday though so I'm trying to convince her to get the grandparents to look after our daughter so we can go see this, but as my wife has a phobia of clowns that makes it even more of a challenge persuading her, lol.

Anyway my point is I think Chili is great for people who either can't make it to the cinema, or don't want to go. Yes you have to wait for it to be released, but they often have very good prices like this one, much less that you'd pay for a couple of tickets to the cinema. I've already got IT chapter 2 and Lion King that I got for a reasonable price, so when they come out I can watch them at my own convenience.
Edited by: "theeighthday" 4th Oct
fishtastic04/10/2019 13:19

Many of the poor reviews that made its overall reviews "mixed" have come …Many of the poor reviews that made its overall reviews "mixed" have come from politically motivated reviewers


Maybe What I like and critics like will differ, The point was more I’d at least await till it goes on general release and the public comment than buy blind.
gavin104/10/2019 14:01

Maybe What I like and critics like will differ, The point was more I’d …Maybe What I like and critics like will differ, The point was more I’d at least await till it goes on general release and the public comment than buy blind.


I'll post my opinion late tonight if you like
It's a mental film!! Brilliant music.
Totally worth IMAX
Dunno if I'd want to watch it more than once. Not on a little TV anyway.
Why can't you preorder in 4k
c5804/10/2019 10:32

eh? really? pay £5 to watch a film in 8 weeks that you can pay the same …eh? really? pay £5 to watch a film in 8 weeks that you can pay the same price to watch in cinemas today?


But you would own it I assume?
Toon_army04/10/2019 10:34

Literally just getting ready to leave and go watch it now


Any good?
edanfalls04/10/2019 11:11

Why buy a house for hundreds of thousands of pounds when you can get a …Why buy a house for hundreds of thousands of pounds when you can get a hotel for a night for £50 eh?


hilarious comment, im guessing you watch every video you've ever bought every day
Edited by: "c58" 4th Oct
c5804/10/2019 15:27

hilarious comment, im guessing you watch every video you've ever bought …hilarious comment, im guessing you watch every video you've ever bought every day


No, but I don't use my house every day either. You're the one who missed the basic concept of ownership.
retrogamerr04/10/2019 11:17

5 pound for the cinema???????? Try 10 pound plus each .


Depends where you go surely. One of my local cinemas is £4 a ticket, another is more like £10 a ticket.
edanfalls04/10/2019 15:29

No, but I don't use my house every day either. You're the one who missed …No, but I don't use my house every day either. You're the one who missed the basic concept of ownership.


take all your stuff out and leave it in the street when you're not home do you?

I think i'll not rise to the bait of having an argument with a stranger on the internet but lets be honest we've all got hundreds of dvd's we've paid for that we've watch once, I think the fact that I got so many thumbs up to my post indicated most people would rather pay the £5 and watch it now rather than wait 8 weeks to "own" it and only watch it once.

if you wanna horde stuff crack on but I think the majority of people will much rather watch things sooner rather than later. horses for courses and all that.
Toon_army04/10/2019 10:34

Literally just getting ready to leave and go watch it now


Any good?
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