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Once Upon a Time in Hollywood - 4K Bluray £14.99 delivered @ Zavvi
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Once Upon a Time in Hollywood - 4K Bluray £14.99 delivered @ Zavvi

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Posted 29th Mar

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I know there's no love lost for Zavvi on HUKD (often rightly so) but I've placed a few orders with them recently which went smoothly. Use code ACFREE for free delivery. Currently quite hard to find Once Upon a Time in Hollywood on 4K Bluray, so £14.99 delivered is a pretty great price.

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I really was looking forward to this movie and rented it from Prime for £1.99. Sorry to say the film was terrible, don’t waste your time! (Sorry OP!)
Awful film. Pointless.
Tough crowd.
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I really was looking forward to this movie and rented it from Prime for £1.99. Sorry to say the film was terrible, don’t waste your time! (Sorry OP!)
Awful film. Pointless.
cold from me I bought this for £12.99 from HMV with any other purchase so i got a 5p carrier
I enjoyed it. One watch movie though.
Rent it for less, personally not one I would own.
I feel like 4K blu-Ray’s should be south of a tenner to be a great deal, and maybe £12.50 to be a ‘good’ deal, especially during these times of people getting laid off and facing an upcoming recession. Unless of course it’s something special like a steelbook or limited edition. With all the constant 2 for £30 4K blu-ray offers, £15 just feels like "the price", and anything above that purely an temporarily-inflated or new-release price. I mean, it's like the bags of crisps or packets of chocolate that are sometimes "not a quid", buy you know that's the real price. Just my humble opinion.
Edited by: "leeuk321" 29th Mar
Dont bother total rubbish, and i couldn't wait to watch this, switched off after a hour
Tough crowd.
JamieDale29/03/2020 12:49

Dont bother total rubbish, and i couldn't wait to watch this, switched off …Dont bother total rubbish, and i couldn't wait to watch this, switched off after a hour



I personally loved it, but each to their own, and there's probably more suitable forums to talk about the quality of the film itself. I imagine that a lot of people who are considering buying the blu-ray already love the film, or they've decided based off movie sites and film critics that they're going to go for it.
KnightInd200029/03/2020 12:37

Awful film. Pointless.


I personally loved it, but each to their own, and there's probably more suitable forums to talk about the quality of the film itself. I imagine that a lot of people who are considering buying the blu-ray already love the film, or they've decided based off movie sites and film critics that they're going to go for it.


I had high hopes for this when I went to the cinema to see it. I was bored off my arse after 45 minutes and walked out after an hour ..
Hmmm, seems to me that this deal thread has turned into rotten tomatoes. Aren't temperate ratings / comments meant to be used to give an idea of value compared with the current market? i.e. actually be relevant and helpful, rather that simply a place to say "I didn't like it". It's like when there's an Apple deal, 90% of comments can be summed up to "I don't like Apple".
Edited by: "leeuk321" 29th Mar
Just ffwd to the fight scenes and you'll love it.

Rest is boring
Super crap movie
leeuk32129/03/2020 12:59

Hmmm, seems to me that this deal thread has turned into rotten tomatoes. …Hmmm, seems to me that this deal thread has turned into rotten tomatoes. Aren't temperate ratings / comments meant to be used to give an idea of value compared with the current market? i.e. actually be relevant and helpful, rather that simply a place to say "I didn't like it". It's like when there's an Apple deal, 90% of comments can be summed up to "I don't like Apple".


It's the comments section on a deal about a film. People are commenting on that film, what did you expect?
leeuk32129/03/2020 12:59

Hmmm, seems to me that this deal thread has turned into rotten tomatoes. …Hmmm, seems to me that this deal thread has turned into rotten tomatoes. Aren't temperate ratings / comments meant to be used to give an idea of value compared with the current market? i.e. actually be relevant and helpful, rather that simply a place to say "I didn't like it". It's like when there's an Apple deal, 90% of comments can be summed up to "I don't like Apple".


What comments do you expect ? The case is great? The sleeve is well worth 15 quid. The picture is very good...nice blacks etc I don’t not agree with your point but I also cannot blame people commenting on the film itself rather than the disk it is on.
Why do people hate Zavvi? I've used them for a decade and they are generally very good and have great deals.
It's a great movie too, great price.
KnightInd200029/03/2020 12:37

Awful film. Pointless.


Some would argue your comment is. Instead of saying awful film maybe explain why you think it is (because saying it is awful in your way is like stating a fact but it isn't fact) and then maybe I would respect the comment. But this is hotukdeals not hotukmovieopinions.
chapchap29/03/2020 14:30

What comments do you expect ? The case is great? The sleeve is well worth …What comments do you expect ? The case is great? The sleeve is well worth 15 quid. The picture is very good...nice blacks etc I don’t not agree with your point but I also cannot blame people commenting on the film itself rather than the disk it is on.


Maybe a comment like how it’s been cheaper before, and perhaps suggesting to wait for a certain sale. Or, “you can order it cheaper here”. Or, in terms of your sleeve comment, a comment about how the steelbook is only x amount more. Etc. Ya know, something that’s helpful and which serves a purpose. It’s just that people saying “I don’t like it” is completely redundant, there’s sites where there’s hundreds of thousands of reviews, where you can order by helpfulness, read in-depth if you prefer, or read through reviews from established critics, if that’s your thing. But a random Joe popping on HUKD to say that they don’t like something is just pointless, and ends up bulking out all the threads on the deals. Again, just my humble opinion. And again, if you look at *any* apple deal you have to scroll through ten pages of comments to find the eight comments which are actually helpful.
I thought this film was decent up until the Bruce Lee scene. One of the ugliest scenes I've ever seen in a film, and 'it's just a dream sequence bro!!' doesn't justify it. It's a good deal though.
I didn’t understand this film.
leeuk32129/03/2020 14:39

Maybe a comment like how it’s been cheaper before, and perhaps suggesting t …Maybe a comment like how it’s been cheaper before, and perhaps suggesting to wait for a certain sale. Or, “you can order it cheaper here”. Or, in terms of your sleeve comment, a comment about how the steelbook is only x amount more. Etc. Ya know, something that’s helpful and which serves a purpose. It’s just that people saying “I don’t like it” is completely redundant, there’s sites where there’s hundreds of thousands of reviews, where you can order by helpfulness, read in-depth if you prefer, or read through reviews from established critics, if that’s your thing. But a random Joe popping on HUKD to say that they don’t like something is just pointless, and ends up bulking out all the threads on the deals. Again, just my humble opinion. And again, if you look at *any* apple deal you have to scroll through ten pages of comments to find the eight comments which are actually helpful.


How do I put this ( Sunday afternoon and brain is off) but you are buying an item which is a film and it’s a crap film as people point out. Apple or Nvidia or AMD fanboys are anooying yes but this is 15 quid wasted on this rubbish film. I welcome peoples comments on the film as it informs my opinion to buy. I don’t welcome twads and their weird auto-dislike of Apple products or Intel or Brita water filters etc
chapchap29/03/2020 15:59

How do I put this ( Sunday afternoon and brain is off) but you are buying …How do I put this ( Sunday afternoon and brain is off) but you are buying an item which is a film and it’s a crap film as people point out. Apple or Nvidia or AMD fanboys are anooying yes but this is 15 quid wasted on this rubbish film. I welcome peoples comments on the film as it informs my opinion to buy. I don’t welcome twads and their weird auto-dislike of Apple products or Intel or Brita water filters etc



What you really mean is "I think it's a crap film, as a handful of others here also think, because as soon as those users saw this post they jumped on their soapbox to say how much they didn't like it." I'm assuming that's what you meant, because by the way you phrased your comment it sounded as if you was being objective and making an opinion based on the facts and general reception of the film, which of course isn't so. Lets be objective: 7.7 on imdb based on over 400,000 reviews, 85% on rotten tomatoes, nominated for best film at the oscars, won best film at golden globes. And plenty of other nominations and awards. Facts, solid reasoning and objectivity suck, eh?
Edited by: "leeuk321" 29th Mar
dolanduck29/03/2020 14:46

I thought this film was decent up until the Bruce Lee scene. One of the …I thought this film was decent up until the Bruce Lee scene. One of the ugliest scenes I've ever seen in a film, and 'it's just a dream sequence bro!!' doesn't justify it. It's a good deal though.


That's the part that killed it for me. Yes, it's a fantasy sequence but trying to make people believe a nobody like Pitt's character would have beaten Lee in a fight was just a step too far.
leeuk32129/03/2020 16:06

What you really mean is "I think it's a crap film, as a handful of others …What you really mean is "I think it's a crap film, as a handful of others here also think, because as soon as those users saw this post they jumped on their soapbox to say how much they didn't like it." I'm assuming that's what you meant, because by the way you phrased your comment it sounded as if you was being objective and making an opinion based on the facts and general reception of the film, which of course isn't so. Lets be objective: 7.7 on imdb based on over 400,000 reviews, 85% on rotten tomatoes, nominated for best film at the oscars, won best film at golden globes. And plenty of other nominations and awards. Facts, solid reasoning and objectivity suck, eh?


Facts lol ? Using the winners of a Golden Globe as any measure. Why did Parasite win a closed completion this year but wouldn’t have won in previous years? Weird argument you have there.
I am sure you believe IMDB so you use that for all your viewing do you?
Bottom line is this- people can and will comment on the quality of the film in question along value of the deal. In this case 15 quid for a film which will keep you waiting for something to happen might be classed as a bad deal. And people have, do and will continue to do that.
Sorry it must ,”suck,eh?” for you but ,”Ya,know” that’s the way it is.
chapchap29/03/2020 16:43

Facts lol ? Using the winners of a Golden Globe as any measure. Why did …Facts lol ? Using the winners of a Golden Globe as any measure. Why did Parasite win a closed completion this year but wouldn’t have won in previous years? Weird argument you have there.I am sure you believe IMDB so you use that for all your viewing do you? Bottom line is this- people can and will comment on the quality of the film in question along value of the deal. In this case 15 quid for a film which will keep you waiting for something to happen might be classed as a bad deal. And people have, do and will continue to do that. Sorry it must ,”suck,eh?” for you but ,”Ya,know” that’s the way it is.


Well, whatever you think of golden globes, it did in fact win the award for best musical/comedy film. Erm, yeah that's a fact, yup. And it's not the only thing I said, I also used various measures such as IMDb, Rotten Tomatoes and the Academy Awards. It got 85% on rotten tomatoes based on over 500 critic reviews. So, it's not a "weird argument", I think it's quite an objective, factual argument based on the overall reception of movie watchers, critics and film award organizations worldwide. Or, let me guess, they're all wrong and you're right. Now, that's weird. It's really bizarre that you're somehow going to great lengths to defend your opinion as not being subjective but rather simply a statement of fact, as in "It's not an opinion, IT IS a bad film", and you're also going to the same great lengths to debunk every single objective measure that there is. Like "All reviews sites, all award ceremonies, everything is wrong. I'm right". I mean, it's actually mad. And no, I don't use IMDb as an absolute gospel of whether I fancy giving a film a go or not. I go off if the genre appeals to me, the director's previous films, the overall reception it's had, the opinion of close friends who I know the tastes of and who's opinions I respect and have a track record of; and several other factors. But, I certainly wouldn't take an opinion of some subjective-randomer who says "I didn't like" with any amount of salt.
leeuk32129/03/2020 16:56

Well, whatever you think of golden globes, it did in fact win the award …Well, whatever you think of golden globes, it did in fact win the award for best musical/comedy film. Erm, yeah that's a fact, yup. And it's not the only thing I said, I also used various measures such as IMDb, Rotten Tomatoes and the Academy Awards. It got 85% on rotten tomatoes based on over 500 critic reviews. So, it's not a "weird argument", I think it's quite an objective, factual argument based on the overall reception of movie watchers, critics and film award organizations worldwide. Or, let me guess, they're all wrong and you're right. Now, that's weird. It's really bizarre that you're somehow going to great lengths to defend your opinion as not being subjective but rather simply a statement of fact, as in "It's not an opinion, IT IS a bad film", and you're also going to the same great lengths to debunk every single objective measure that there is. Like "All reviews sites, all award ceremonies, everything is wrong. I'm right". I mean, it's actually mad. And no, I don't use IMDb as an absolute gospel of whether I fancy giving a film a go or not. I go off if the genre appeals to me, the director's previous films, the overall reception it's had, the opinion of close friends who I know the tastes of and who's opinions I respect and have a track record of; and several other factors. But, I certainly wouldn't take an opinion of some subjective-randomer who says "I didn't like" with any amount of salt.


I don’t care what the pervading opinion is or if you choose to follow it. It’s a dull movie and 15 quid can be better spent elsewhere.
chapchap29/03/2020 17:15

I don’t care what the pervading opinion is or if you choose to follow it. I …I don’t care what the pervading opinion is or if you choose to follow it. It’s a dull movie and 15 quid can be better spent elsewhere.


Well yeah, no-one is forcing anyone to watch or like any film, it's each to their own. I said the popular opinion purely to point out that your comment saying "it’s a crap film as people point out" is 1) subjective and 2) based on a handful of people here. If you're to use "people" in the sense of the general population, then what you're saying is utter nonsense. Now, if you had said said that the recent Cats film was outright terrible as people point out, then that's completely forgivable, because you'd be able to actually justify this with objective reasoning and facts.

I personally loved this film, but that's it, just my personal subjective opinion. A few of my friends hated it, but they've got a track record of hating everything Tarantino, their personal tastes. It's a big world, and a lot of people have watched it, so you'll definitely have thousands or millions of people who agree with you. But, looking at objective facts, not the majority, and far off being able to use the word "people" as if it's almost everyone. Anyway, can't be bothered arguing over this any more, each to their own.
Edited by: "leeuk321" 29th Mar
AWFUL!
I personally really like it but I agree it's not for everyone. Brad Pitt is great in it tho 😃
Didn't realise it was so divisive. Personally I really enjoyed the film. I agree with the comments saying it's pointless, as really the narrative doesn't advance in anyway, but I just loved being in the world and spending time with the characters. Seeing Pitt and DiCaprio just hanging out was entertaining enough for me to feel it was well worth the cinema trip.

But different strokes for different folks I guess, it would be boring if we all enjoyed the same things.
I wasn't going to comment on the film but seeing some of the nonsense on here I couldn't help myself.

With all the time in the World right now in Isolation/lockdown I still wouldn't want to watch this film ever again. I don't normally say that about Tarantino films (barring From Dusk till Dawn and Jackie Brown which are also awful films), but other than an outstanding performance from Brad Pitt this film is woeful.

It was sluggish... which only led to a 3 minute fight scene and that was it... I've seen more narative in an episode of Eastenders.
Edited by: "dbizal" 29th Mar
I loved it!

Pitt & Di Caprio were excellent.
really enjoyed the retro LA.
Pitbull scene made me LOL
dbizal29/03/2020 22:53

I wasn't going to comment on the film but seeing some of the nonsense on …I wasn't going to comment on the film but seeing some of the nonsense on here I couldn't help myself. With all the time in the World right now in Isolation/lockdown I still wouldn't want to watch this film ever again. I don't normally say that about Tarantino films (barring From Dusk till Dawn and Jackie Brown which are also awful films), but other than an outstanding performance from Brad Pitt this film is woeful. It was sluggish... which only led to a 3 minute fight scene and that was it... I've seen more narative in an episode of Eastenders.


See now Jackie Brown is one of my all time favourite films.

From Dusk till Dawn isn't really a Tarantino film as such though. But then it should always be given a pass thanks to "that" Salma Hayek scene
Thanks OP - Ordered. Great price and like you said, quite hard to get hold of at the moment.
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