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The 9th film from Quentin Tarantino features a large ensemble cast and multiple storylines in a tribute to the final moments of Hollywood’s golden age.

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One of the worst films I've ever seen
Visually great movie. Acting from Pitt and DiCaprio A+....BUT.....no story so boring total vanity project.
It's very much a film for those who know their history of that time in LA and the people involved. If you don't have a clue who everyone is involved then it could be quite boring. Thought It was great.
Worth watching, though nowhere near as good as the majority of critics say. Joker is far better on all counts including acting, score, script and cinematography. I only mention that as both films are likely to appeal to similar demographic/tastes. The Irishman 10/10. Joker 10/10. Two Popes 10/10. This is a 6 or 7 out of 10 at best. Of course there's a strong subjective element - just keep your expectations down. Haven't seen 1917 yet, though apparently that's far better too.
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VERY HOT, the 4k uhd bluray is 25 pounds.
corkeinator20/01/2020 17:44

VERY HOT, the 4k uhd bluray is 25 pounds.


Can cofirm, bought it on saturday
Awesome value for a 4K stream, ordered this super quick just in case it was a mistake. It aint. Great QT film that gets better on repeat viewings so glad for this. Thanks OP
HOT for the price but the reviews are hit & miss.
Also same price on itunes if thats your prefered platform
I wonder if all these hot votes coming from blind people or what?
corkeinator20/01/2020 18:25

All the sale …All the sale filmshttps://www.amazon.co.uk/s?i=instant-video&rh=n%3A20634753031&adult-product=0&field-ways_to_watch=7448664031&qs-av_request_type=4&qs-is-prime-customer=2&ref=atv_hm_hom_1_c_7dhimf_7_smr



£1.99 for Yesterday might be worth a look. Shame I bought the blu-ray copy the other day!!
One of the worst films I've ever seen
Vaninga20/01/2020 18:01

Also same price on itunes if thats your prefered platform


And in Dolby Vision on iTunes.
Worth watching, though nowhere near as good as the majority of critics say. Joker is far better on all counts including acting, score, script and cinematography. I only mention that as both films are likely to appeal to similar demographic/tastes. The Irishman 10/10. Joker 10/10. Two Popes 10/10. This is a 6 or 7 out of 10 at best. Of course there's a strong subjective element - just keep your expectations down. Haven't seen 1917 yet, though apparently that's far better too.
Visually great movie. Acting from Pitt and DiCaprio A+....BUT.....no story so boring total vanity project.
It's very much a film for those who know their history of that time in LA and the people involved. If you don't have a clue who everyone is involved then it could be quite boring. Thought It was great.
nextmick20/01/2020 18:56

Visually great movie. Acting from Pitt and DiCaprio A+....BUT.....no …Visually great movie. Acting from Pitt and DiCaprio A+....BUT.....no story so boring total vanity project.


Acting of Dicaprio and Brad A+?? Wow, show me any actor who can’t do this difficult things they’ve done in the movie. I can cough like Leo and can open a can of dogfood like Pitt
RoseBiscuit20/01/2020 19:00

It's very much a film for those who know their history of that time in LA …It's very much a film for those who know their history of that time in LA and the people involved. If you don't have a clue who everyone is involved then it could be quite boring. Thought It was great.


I agree to an extent. My other half didn't know anything about Manson or Tate and couldn't see the point in what was happening. It had me intrigued to see the references being made and how QT approached the events. Ultimately though it seems lacking in the story department and offered little by way of emotional engagement. Have you seen 'Dolemite is my Name' yet? Same era just about....a few years later....and it has heart.
Watched this when it came out. Was very questionable, some bits were enjoyable then it just got silly. Doubt I'd watch it again.

Will admit I don't know much about the background of the killings this is based around.
Edited by: "kos1c" 20th Jan
RoseBiscuit20/01/2020 19:00

It's very much a film for those who know their history of that time in LA …It's very much a film for those who know their history of that time in LA and the people involved. If you don't have a clue who everyone is involved then it could be quite boring. Thought It was great.


Except Tarantino took the characters of that time and totally changed the reality of what happened. It's a completely fictitious representation of what really happened.
mike203uk20/01/2020 19:17

I agree to an extent. My other half didn't know anything about Manson or …I agree to an extent. My other half didn't know anything about Manson or Tate and couldn't see the point in what was happening. It had me intrigued to see the references being made and how QT approached the events. Ultimately though it seems lacking in the story department and offered little by way of emotional engagement. Have you seen 'Dolemite is my Name' yet? Same era just about....a few years later....and it has heart.


Not seen that yet but with this one it's not just knowing the main players but a lot of the other people involved and which scenes were real. The relationship with Jay Sebring and Sharon or Squeaky Fromme and George Spahn. The attention to detail is amazing.
This podcast is great to know more of what really happened around that time. Especially Manson's involvement with Dennis Wilson.

podcasts.google.com/?fe…c3M
fishmaster20/01/2020 19:22

Except Tarantino took the characters of that time and totally changed the …Except Tarantino took the characters of that time and totally changed the reality of what happened. It's a completely fictitious representation of what really happened.


Yes I know that a lot of it is fictious but so much of it isn't.
RoseBiscuit20/01/2020 19:26

Yes I know that a lot of it is fictious but so much of it isn't.


Hmm so it's a misrepresentation of the past, artistic licence malarkey, like Oliver Stone's The Doors which is trash.
fishmaster20/01/2020 19:22

Except Tarantino took the characters of that time and totally changed the …Except Tarantino took the characters of that time and totally changed the reality of what happened. It's a completely fictitious representation of what really happened.



I am pretty sure Tarantino never meant to make anything other than a tongue in cheek film. Tarantino doesn't do biographies.
Edited by: "Willy_Wonka" 20th Jan
Willy_Wonka20/01/2020 19:29

I am pretty sure Tarantino never meant to make anything other than a …I am pretty sure Tarantino never meant to make anything other than a tongue in cheek film. Tarantino doesn't do biographies.


Tarantino works within his own universe so everything is interconnected. In his universe they did not murder Sharon Tate or Jay Sebring.
Edited by: "RoseBiscuit" 20th Jan
RoseBiscuit20/01/2020 19:34

Tarantino works within his own universe so everything is interconnected. …Tarantino works within his own universe so everything is interconnected. In his universe they did not murder Sharon Tate of Jay Sebring.



Tarantino specialises in thought provoking cinematography. Nothing he has ever done is supposed to be taken seriously other than its value of entertainment & visual stimulation (which he does very well).
A DVD and HD digital copy at Sky Store at the same price, reduced from £11,99
Willy_Wonka20/01/2020 19:40

Tarantino specialises in thought provoking cinematography. Nothing he has …Tarantino specialises in thought provoking cinematography. Nothing he has ever done is supposed to be taken seriously other than its value of entertainment & visual stimulation (which he does very well).


His characters inhabit two universes. The realer than real one and the movie one. So Kill Bill is one of the movies that those in the real universe would go and see. Mia Wallace in Pulp Fiction describes the characters from Kill Bill in the pilot she was in.
Or that Floyd from True Romance is Aldo Raine's (Inglorious)grandson and Floyd's father is Cliff Booth.
Vic Vega in Reservoir Dogs is Vincent Vega's (Pulp Fiction) brother.
There are loads of these connections. Adds a fun depth to see who is related.
Edited by: "RoseBiscuit" 20th Jan
Get Kill Bill 1&2 for 50p on DVD and be done with it.
I would not give even a penny for this movie it is that bad.
One of the oddest movies I’ve ever seen, still not sure I liked it a month later.
johnszi2320/01/2020 19:13

Acting of Dicaprio and Brad A+?? Wow, show me any actor who can’t do this d …Acting of Dicaprio and Brad A+?? Wow, show me any actor who can’t do this difficult things they’ve done in the movie. I can cough like Leo and can open a can of dogfood like Pitt


The dog food was cool it was lack of a real story. The Tate backstory was interesting but filler. Its an actors "pat yourself on the back my job is so tough, where's my millions"
People should not compare price of digital and physical. They're not the same, as for example games would be. Physical is superior in picture as and audio.
Edited by: "MUFCristiano" 20th Jan
MUFCristiano20/01/2020 20:35

People should not compare price of digital and physical. They're not the …People should not compare price of digital and physical. They're not the same, as for example games would be. Physical is superior in picture as and audio.



But sitting in the cinema is even better (at £12 a pop)
mark_lucasskem20/01/2020 18:29

One of the worst films I've ever seen


Agreed. I nearly walked out of the cinema. I hoped it would get better and briefly at the end does but too little too late
RoseBiscuit20/01/2020 19:34

Tarantino works within his own universe so everything is interconnected. …Tarantino works within his own universe so everything is interconnected. In his universe they did not murder Sharon Tate or Jay Sebring.


Once upon a time?

Fairy tale?

As for his "universe" hes only made 9 films, yes we all know how a few are "the real world" and some are "the films you would watch in the world"
BucketMan20/01/2020 20:12

Get Kill Bill 1&2 for 50p on DVD and be done with it.


Japenese version blu rays you mean.
MUFCristiano20/01/2020 20:35

People should not compare price of digital and physical. They're not the …People should not compare price of digital and physical. They're not the same, as for example games would be. Physical is superior in picture as and audio.


Sources?
BigDave_20/01/2020 21:25

Once upon a time?Fairy tale?As for his "universe" hes only made 9 films, …Once upon a time?Fairy tale?As for his "universe" hes only made 9 films, yes we all know how a few are "the real world" and some are "the films you would watch in the world"


I don't understand your point.
I said they don't murder Jay Sebring or Sharon Tate in his universe.
BigDave_20/01/2020 21:27

Sources?


You need a source to confirm that the physical disc via a 4k blu ray player is superior to a digital stream?
BigDave_20/01/2020 21:26

Vue for £5



Lucky man. Without driving 20 miles our nearest 2 cinemas are £12
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