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Movie Sale List @ iTunes (eg Time Bandits £3.99 / Total Recall £3.99 / Highlander £3.99 / Withnail & I £3.99 / Spinal Tap £3.99)
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Movie Sale List @ iTunes (eg Time Bandits £3.99 / Total Recall £3.99 / Highlander £3.99 / Withnail & I £3.99 / Spinal Tap £3.99)

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Posted 20th Dec 2019

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I’ve given you heat but is there a time limit on this offer? I was going to get some iTunes credit in January but will get some sooner if this deal ends over Xmas.
HDONOF20/12/2019 12:53

I’ve given you heat but is there a time limit on this offer? I was going t …I’ve given you heat but is there a time limit on this offer? I was going to get some iTunes credit in January but will get some sooner if this deal ends over Xmas.


Usually offers last a week, The Greatest Showman is a daily deal so only at that price today
Highlander is a fantastic film, shame we don’t have 4K yet
Nothing like selling old movies over and over again. Surprised time machine ain't on the list!!!

Most of this will be on again and again on terrestrial TV for you to record for free, or just download from the internet. YIFI anyone
Tabintab20/12/2019 14:56

Nothing like selling old movies over and over again. Surprised time …Nothing like selling old movies over and over again. Surprised time machine ain't on the list!!!Most of this will be on again and again on terrestrial TV for you to record for free, or just download from the internet. YIFI anyone


Thing is those are 720p or 1080i that are broadcast where these are 1080p and have free upgrades to 4K when available. You also don’t have to keep shuffling a limited hard drive space around, lose them when it eventually breaks or potentially also deal with 9 billion adverts. You also can watch them on your phone or tablet
Edited by: "ThePointyEnd" 20th Dec 2019
ThePointyEnd20/12/2019 14:59

Thing is those are 720p or 1080i that are broadcast where these are 1080p …Thing is those are 720p or 1080i that are broadcast where these are 1080p and have free upgrades to 4K when available. You also don’t have to keep shuffling a limited hard drive space around, lose them when it eventually breaks or potentially also deal with 9 billion adverts. You also can watch them on your phone or tablet


1. A lot of old movies were recorded in low resolution. If you want newer higher resolution you will get to purchase remastered works all over again. That's at least x2 purchases for each film if it is remastered.

2. Hard drive storage is ever so cheap and is very very very reliable. If your worried use a RAID array with redundancy.

3. No adverts on a hard drive!!

4. With android its just drag & drop onto your phone / pad / pc. Don't need iTunes bloatware like you do with the controlling IOS from Apple.

5. Ever heard of home streaming, casting your phone onto your tv, PLEX its all out there for people who want to own all there files and store / share even across the internet from home. Follow the PLEX link for enlightenment.
Tabintab21/12/2019 17:46

1. A lot of old movies were recorded in low resolution. If you want newer …1. A lot of old movies were recorded in low resolution. If you want newer higher resolution you will get to purchase remastered works all over again. That's at least x2 purchases for each film if it is remastered.2. Hard drive storage is ever so cheap and is very very very reliable. If your worried use a RAID array with redundancy.3. No adverts on a hard drive!!4. With android its just drag & drop onto your phone / pad / pc. Don't need iTunes bloatware like you do with the controlling IOS from Apple.5. Ever heard of home streaming, casting your phone onto your tv, PLEX its all out there for people who want to own all there files and store / share even across the internet from home. Follow the PLEX link for enlightenment.


Actually no. iTunes gives you the 4K versions free once they are available. No need to buy again. Film that they were recorded on can be scanned at 4K. No need to buy hard drives and have them fail. You said they were on terrestrial TV most channels have adverts. No need to do anything else just buy and it’s available on your devices no hassle or messing around. Don’t even need iTunes you can just view on your Apple TV and iPhone/iPad through the Apple TV app. You are purposely creating effort to try and prove a point you don’t have. If you don’t want iTunes films that’s fine don’t buy them. Plenty do and love the convenience and quality
Edited by: "ThePointyEnd" 21st Dec 2019
ThePointyEnd21/12/2019 19:07

Actually no. iTunes gives you the 4K versions free once they are …Actually no. iTunes gives you the 4K versions free once they are available. No need to buy again. Film that they were recorded on can be scanned at 4K. No need to buy hard drives and have them fail. You said they were on terrestrial TV most channels have adverts. No need to do anything else just buy and it’s available on your devices no hassle or messing around. You are purposely creating effort to try and prove a point you don’t have. If you don’t want iTunes films that’s fine don’t buy them. Plenty do and love the convenience and quality


Quite correct about the free upgrade to 4K, appears to be a good deal. You are reliant what region you live in and on Apple choosing what titles will be upgraded, but still a bonus.

My point stands with a hard drive, they are very very reliable. I could say your i-phone is pointless because the screen may fail, or the battery die.

Some terrestrial Tv may have adverts, but we can take measures not to record them, its not so hard. Terrestrial Tv is no a very likely source though. More likely to use blue-ray or another download method. If you have ever tried to use PLEX, you will find it incredibly easy and will work when your not connected to the internet, although it does have functions that do require an internet connection.

This is a big one & I have to agree. Convenience is a major point for iTunes and I can see this is a big winner for Apple.

"Purposely creating effort" is called an argument/discussion, I'm trying to give a counter argument rather than just accepting what one person says. That's why we have an opposition in the house of Commons, or why we have a defence and prosecution in a court of law. Things mean more when they have been argued and scrutinised.
Tabintab21/12/2019 19:56

Quite correct about the free upgrade to 4K, appears to be a good deal. You …Quite correct about the free upgrade to 4K, appears to be a good deal. You are reliant what region you live in and on Apple choosing what titles will be upgraded, but still a bonus.My point stands with a hard drive, they are very very reliable. I could say your i-phone is pointless because the screen may fail, or the battery die.Some terrestrial Tv may have adverts, but we can take measures not to record them, its not so hard. Terrestrial Tv is no a very likely source though. More likely to use blue-ray or another download method. If you have ever tried to use PLEX, you will find it incredibly easy and will work when your not connected to the internet, although it does have functions that do require an internet connection.This is a big one & I have to agree. Convenience is a major point for iTunes and I can see this is a big winner for Apple."Purposely creating effort" is called an argument/discussion, I'm trying to give a counter argument rather than just accepting what one person says. That's why we have an opposition in the house of Commons, or why we have a defence and prosecution in a court of law. Things mean more when they have been argued and scrutinised.


It’s an iTunes movie deal. Entirely up to you. If you prefer Plex go ahead. This is for people who prefer Apple TV
Edited by: "ThePointyEnd" 22nd Dec 2019
ThePointyEnd21/12/2019 20:00

It’s an iTunes movie deal. Either buy it or don’t. Entirely up to you. If y …It’s an iTunes movie deal. Either buy it or don’t. Entirely up to you. If you prefer Plex go ahead. This is for people who prefer Apple TV


I think I made that point in my reply, why did you need to say it again?
Tabintab21/12/2019 20:25

I think I made that point in my reply, why did you need to say it again?


I think the real question is wjat are you doing in an iTunes movie post ranting about Plex, terrestrial TV and the house of commons?
Edited by: "ThePointyEnd" 21st Dec 2019
ThePointyEnd21/12/2019 20:31

I think the real question is wjat are you doing in an iTunes movie post …I think the real question is wjat are you doing in an iTunes movie post ranting about Plex, terrestrial TV and the house of commons?


I think your brain must be struggling with the concept of objective argument.
Tabintab21/12/2019 20:39

I think your brain must be struggling with the concept of objective …I think your brain must be struggling with the concept of objective argument.


Again it’s an iTunes movie deal. If it doesn’t interest you people are generally able to grasp the concept of scrolling to one that does. I enjoy Apple TV movies but don’t go in the Google Play posts looking for a nonsensical argument. You have jumped from terrestrial TV to it will probably be via another method like Blu Ray or “other download options” which can only mean something exactly like iTunes (Google Play, Chili, Vudu, Amazon etc) or piracy. 4K Blu Ray are much more expensive than iTunes and require extra work to put on your iPhone/iPad and HD do require a second purchase if a 4K version becomes available. Like I said you seem to be trying to create more expense or greater work needed to have this so called objective argument. This is simply purchase and watch movies for low price prices, free upgrades and available on all your Apple Devices, PC, Firestick and Roku without any conversion, transfer, removal of ads, waiting for them to be on TV in inferior quality needed. Buy and view movies as you wish and what suits you most
Edited by: "ThePointyEnd" 22nd Dec 2019
Tabintab wrote:
Quite correct about the free upgrade to 4K, appears to be a good deal. You are reliant what region you live in and on Apple choosing what titles will be upgraded, but still a bonus.


Actually it’s nothing to do with Apple, it’s all down to the studios/distributors as to what gets upgraded.
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