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[Amazon.ca] WALL-E (4K/UHD blu-ray) $15

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[Amazon.ca] WALL-E (4K/UHD blu-ray) $15

Good price for one of my favourite Pixar films in 4K.
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This is actually an amazing movie, I'm surprised they didn't make a sequel and ruin it.
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Wait for it ... they eventually will. Would of pulled the trigger if we didn't have Disney+.
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wow ppl still buy BR?
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It's Disney, which means the 4K will barely look any better than the regular Blu Ray.
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kiasu wrote: wow ppl still buy BR?
Uh, yeah. Streams in "4k" have awful bit rates. It blows my mind that people will spend $3k+ on a TV and $1k+ on a sound setup only to feed it a garbage, noisy, compressed source.
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unshavenyak wrote: Uh, yeah. Streams in "4k" have awful bit rates. It blows my mind that people will spend $3k+ on a TV and $1k+ on a sound setup only to feed it a garbage, noisy, compressed source.
I couldn't agree more.

I still have good hearing and eyesight. I want to enjoy good sound and visuals while I still can. A good audio/visual set up is something I keep far longer than any cell phone I've had and people spend a lot money on those.

I guess it all comes down to priorities.
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kiasu wrote: wow ppl still buy BR?
Wow, people not interested in the deal still click on the thread to post useless comments?
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audit13 wrote: I couldn't agree more.

I still have good hearing and eyesight. I want to enjoy good sound and visuals while I still can. A good audio/visual set up is something I keep far longer than any cell phone I've had and people spend a lot money on those.

I guess it all comes down to priorities.
Plus, you never know when a publisher and streaming provider are going to have a disagreement and then you'll lose access to one of your favourite movies. My wife and I still watch Ratatouille from time-to-time. It used to be available on other streaming services, but now that Disney+ launched, that is the only place to stream it.
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unshavenyak wrote: Plus, you never know when a publisher and streaming provider are going to have a disagreement and then you'll lose access to one of your favourite movies. My wife and I still watch Ratatouille from time-to-time. It used to be available on other streaming services, but now that Disney+ launched, that is the only place to stream it.
Very true.

I also find that my Internet speed drops so much at times that streamed movies buffer, freeze, or pixelate.
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roblombardi wrote: Wow, people not interested in the deal still click on the thread to post useless comments?
Seriously. EVERY disk thread brings at least one of these witty fellas out. Enough already.
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Dave_Ajax wrote: Seriously. EVERY disk thread brings at least one of these witty fellas out. Enough already.
Weird thing is that this fellow is not a newbie, so he/she should know any better
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Dave_Ajax wrote: Seriously. EVERY disk thread brings at least one of these witty fellas out. Enough already.
I swear there are some users on this forum who are just here to tell people why their interests are wrong or to tell them why they shouldn't spend money on those interests.
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Great price! Currently it's Temp out of Stock, but orders can still be placed.

Having a collection of movies is great, especially if your internet cuts out and you want to watch something. 4K quality on disc is leaps and bounds better than any streaming service.
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poopdedoop wrote: Great price! Currently it's Temp out of Stock, but orders can still be placed.

Having a collection of movies is great, especially if your internet cuts out and you want to watch something. 4K quality on disc is leaps and bounds better than any streaming service.
I'm not seeing an option to order... I guess the deal is done.
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I own over 30 4K discs now, and there are few 4K releases that actually live up to the 4K hype. This really comes down to most releases being lazy upscales or just shot with terrible lenses.
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umadbrah wrote: I own over 30 4K discs now, and there are few 4K releases that actually live up to the 4K hype. This really comes down to most releases being lazy upscales or just shot with terrible lenses.
Sure, but it's cheaper than the 1080p blu-ray. Like, a lot cheaper.

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