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Rent (£1.45) or Own (£2.49) The LEGO Movie 2 (in HD+) - Chili
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Rent (£1.45) or Own (£2.49) The LEGO Movie 2 (in HD+) - Chili

£1.45£2.9050%Chili Deals
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Posted 8th Jul

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Chilli have yet another promo running with some 'Best of 2019' films available to buy or rent. Included is The LEGO Movie 2 for £1.45 rental or £2.49 to own. You'll need to use the discount code listed above at checkout.

A couple of the other titles in the promo are;


I will point out that HD is 720p with Chili, and HD+ is 1080p.




The much-anticipated sequel to the critically acclaimed, global box office phenomenon that started it all, “The LEGO® Movie 2” reunites the heroes of Bricksburg in an all new action-packed adventure to save their beloved city. It’s been five years since everything was awesome and the citizens are facing a huge new threat: LEGO DUPLO® invaders from outer space, wrecking everything faster than they can rebuild.
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Not used Chili. Went to sign up, and says get 50% off first movie. Can you use the code BEST4U more than once?
When you say 'own' you mean long term rental right as you don't get to keep a hard copy of the movies nor is there any guarantee 'Chilli' will be around next year or after should you wish to watch 'anywhere anytime'. Would be better buying say Aquaman DVD from Amazon (Used V.Good) for £2.75 + P&P and ripping it digitally to keep a backup of it.

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Edited by: "thr0tt" 8th Jul
Good price, shame about their atrocious audio compression 😣
Do they have apps on any devices, not seen them on my smart TVs etc and can't be bothered to plug in a laptop each time I want to watch a film. Looks like a great deal though if it works for you?
Code can be used 3 times. Thanks OP
moogaloo08/07/2019 14:28

Do they have apps on any devices, not seen them on my smart TVs etc and …Do they have apps on any devices, not seen them on my smart TVs etc and can't be bothered to plug in a laptop each time I want to watch a film. Looks like a great deal though if it works for you?


Yes they have an app on Samsung Smart Tvs. That's what I use to get this.
Will double check have a posh Sammy TV from 2013 but it is pre tizen UE46F7000UK
thr0tt08/07/2019 13:15

When you say 'own' you mean long term rental right as you don't get to …When you say 'own' you mean long term rental right as you don't get to keep a hard copy of the movies nor is there any guarantee 'Chilli' will be around next year or after should you wish to watch 'anywhere anytime'. Would be better buying say Aquaman DVD from Amazon (Used V.Good) for £2.75 + P&P and ripping it digitally to keep a backup of it.https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/chili.com



I lost about 20 films when UV/Flixster shut down / changed business model, they had all been free codes with BD's so I was not bothered.

My approach to online films has been to stick with main global players, apple, amazon and google. If any one of them went bankrupt / stopped trading the last thing any of us would have to worry about is a film collection
thr0tt08/07/2019 13:15

When you say 'own' you mean long term rental right as you don't get to …When you say 'own' you mean long term rental right as you don't get to keep a hard copy of the movies nor is there any guarantee 'Chilli' will be around next year or after should you wish to watch 'anywhere anytime'. Would be better buying say Aquaman DVD from Amazon (Used V.Good) for £2.75 + P&P and ripping it digitally to keep a backup of it.https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/chili.com


Reading those negative reviews seems like people making fuss over nothing or looks to be rubbish internet provider.I’ve been using chili a while now and never had a problem.
migavupe08/07/2019 16:57

Reading those negative reviews seems like people making fuss over nothing …Reading those negative reviews seems like people making fuss over nothing or looks to be rubbish internet provider.I’ve been using chili a while now and never had a problem.


Probably but hey I just added after I googled, heaven forbid you go over the 5 download limit i.e. upgrade phone and tablet / clear space / want to redownload, i could see that getting used up with yearly phone upgrades (I dont upgrade often just saying).
thr0tt08/07/2019 17:00

Probably but hey I just added after I googled, heaven forbid you go over …Probably but hey I just added after I googled, heaven forbid you go over the 5 download limit i.e. upgrade phone and tablet / clear space / want to redownload, i could see that getting used up with yearly phone upgrades (I dont upgrade often just saying).


I can see that being a problem and it’s poo of me to say but I never download films, I just stream them so it’s not something that affects me. The other complaints seem to be buffering, again not a problem I get due to my internet speeds.
Someone complaining about not owning the film which you don’t even with Apple, google etc.
The only real real problem I see is missing credit and films.
MrPisch08/07/2019 16:46

I lost about 20 films when UV/Flixster shut down / changed business model, …I lost about 20 films when UV/Flixster shut down / changed business model, they had all been free codes with BD's so I was not bothered.My approach to online films has been to stick with main global players, apple, amazon and google. If any one of them went bankrupt / stopped trading the last thing any of us would have to worry about is a film collection


I thought all the films in your catalogue were moving over to Google Play from flixster/UV? Last email I got from Flixster said:

"To enable you to continue to enjoy your video collection after the shutdown of Flixster Video, we have made arrangements to allow Flixster Video users to migrate available videos in their Flixster Video collections to Google Play. Google Play is a global online store that is home to the latest apps, games, music, movies, TV shows, books and magazines you can enjoy and share on all your favorite devices."
Good price but not a good film, loved the first one but turned the second one off after half an hour
sedwards7708/07/2019 17:08

I thought all the films in your catalogue were moving over to Google Play …I thought all the films in your catalogue were moving over to Google Play from flixster/UV? Last email I got from Flixster said:"To enable you to continue to enjoy your video collection after the shutdown of Flixster Video, we have made arrangements to allow Flixster Video users to migrate available videos in their Flixster Video collections to Google Play. Google Play is a global online store that is home to the latest apps, games, music, movies, TV shows, books and magazines you can enjoy and share on all your favorite devices."


Never works did same with blinkbox too talk talk films won’t play mr pisch is right But these are rental prices to own how ever long it lasts so still hot offer
MrPisch08/07/2019 16:46

I lost about 20 films when UV/Flixster shut down / changed business model, …I lost about 20 films when UV/Flixster shut down / changed business model, they had all been free codes with BD's so I was not bothered.My approach to online films has been to stick with main global players, apple, amazon and google. If any one of them went bankrupt / stopped trading the last thing any of us would have to worry about is a film collection


Flixster Video is still available in the UK to watch UV films, plus Google Play is supposed to becoming (as sedwards77 pointed out).

I recently created a (US) Disney Movies Anywhere account, plus a (US) Vudu account, then linked it to my UK Google Play account. Now my UV collection is available on Google Play.
Rhythmeister08/07/2019 13:56

Good price, shame about their atrocious audio compression 😣


A hundred times this.
Cracking price but I don't want to spread my digital library out even more than it already is!
Hot deal though.
moogaloo08/07/2019 14:28

Do they have apps on any devices, not seen them on my smart TVs etc and …Do they have apps on any devices, not seen them on my smart TVs etc and can't be bothered to plug in a laptop each time I want to watch a film. Looks like a great deal though if it works for you?


There is a chilli app on my Panasonic
Mercurius08/07/2019 19:56

Flixster Video is still available in the UK to watch UV films, plus Google …Flixster Video is still available in the UK to watch UV films, plus Google Play is supposed to becoming (as sedwards77 pointed out).I recently created a (US) Disney Movies Anywhere account, plus a (US) Vudu account, then linked it to my UK Google Play account. Now my UV collection is available on Google Play.


I too did this, nice having basically everything in one place.
Expired I think, it says the code is unavailable
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