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I'm probably a minority here, I thought it was an okay film.

Going by the reviews I was expecting better, so bit overrated in my opnion.
Pwhite7617/04/2020 09:34

Perfect timing. We have been holding off for this film for a while. Cheers


You won't regret that decision. It's a great film.
Snoop_Froggy_Frogg17/04/2020 11:20

Crazy how they spend potentially millions of pounds in production costs …Crazy how they spend potentially millions of pounds in production costs getting the film produced, directed, released and marketed... then a few months after it's release see it sold for two quid. Talk about a flash in the pan.


Well considering this movie's brought in $309,232,797 worldwide on a $40,000,000 budget, they could now afford to give it away for free.
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Perfect timing. We have been holding off for this film for a while. Cheers
Pwhite7617/04/2020 09:34

Perfect timing. We have been holding off for this film for a while. Cheers


You won't regret that decision. It's a great film.
Marvellous film by a great director.
£5.61 to buy on the Canadian iTunes Store too
Damn was hoping the buy price woudl drop too.
Great film. Not full of action but quite entertaining. A classic "whodunnit"
Edited by: "AliståirMackay" 17th Apr
I'm probably a minority here, I thought it was an okay film.

Going by the reviews I was expecting better, so bit overrated in my opnion.
My son took me to see this - at first I was so bored at the beginning of the movie - but then it got so good with great twists. Really do recommend
Crazy how they spend potentially millions of pounds in production costs getting the film produced, directed, released and marketed... then a few months after it's release see it sold for two quid. Talk about a flash in the pan.
Snoop_Froggy_Frogg17/04/2020 11:20

Crazy how they spend potentially millions of pounds in production costs …Crazy how they spend potentially millions of pounds in production costs getting the film produced, directed, released and marketed... then a few months after it's release see it sold for two quid. Talk about a flash in the pan.


Well considering this movie's brought in $309,232,797 worldwide on a $40,000,000 budget, they could now afford to give it away for free.
mudddy17/04/2020 11:24

Well considering this movie's brought in $309,232,797 worldwide on a …Well considering this movie's brought in $309,232,797 worldwide on a $40,000,000 budget, they could now afford to give it away for free.


It's just an awful business model is all I'm glaring over. I guess they're doing it giving it away for almost nothing so that it becomes popular enough for a sequel.

The film was rather good I might add.
Snoop_Froggy_Frogg17/04/2020 11:35

It's just an awful business model is all I'm glaring over. I guess they're …It's just an awful business model is all I'm glaring over. I guess they're doing it giving it away for almost nothing so that it becomes popular enough for a sequel. The film was rather good I might add.


This is to rent. Not buy.
Snoop_Froggy_Frogg17/04/2020 11:20

Crazy how they spend potentially millions of pounds in production costs …Crazy how they spend potentially millions of pounds in production costs getting the film produced, directed, released and marketed... then a few months after it's release see it sold for two quid. Talk about a flash in the pan.


It’s being sold for £13.99, £2.99 is a temporary rental price.
mudddy17/04/2020 10:48

I'm probably a minority here, I thought it was an okay film. Going by the …I'm probably a minority here, I thought it was an okay film. Going by the reviews I was expecting better, so bit overrated in my opnion.


Minority indeed. Great movie! Absolutely hilarious! Great post OP
Same price on Prime
I found the first hour very slow and boring. Then the second hour is much better.
Snoop_Froggy_Frogg17/04/2020 11:35

It's just an awful business model is all I'm glaring over. I guess they're …It's just an awful business model is all I'm glaring over. I guess they're doing it giving it away for almost nothing so that it becomes popular enough for a sequel. The film was rather good I might add.


The business model might be broken now (because the cinemas are shut) but it worked for this film. It was already in profit after the theatrical release and then they sell it to you again, then they sell it to Netflix and eventually they sell it to the BBC. It's a given that they make less and less each time they go back to the well.
KangTC17/04/2020 17:09

The business model might be broken now (because the cinemas are shut) but …The business model might be broken now (because the cinemas are shut) but it worked for this film. It was already in profit after the theatrical release and then they sell it to you again, then they sell it to Netflix and eventually they sell it to the BBC. It's a given that they make less and less each time they go back to the well.


I know, but it just takes away from the art of the film and makes it all seem cheap.
Snoop_Froggy_Frogg17/04/2020 19:26

I know, but it just takes away from the art of the film and makes it all …I know, but it just takes away from the art of the film and makes it all seem cheap.


Yeah I know. I hate cheap stuff. There's a great website called coldukdeals you should check out.
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