An old habit of mine, but I always manually set my audio track and also the subtitles if they're available on the disc before playing the movie.It should be noted that this is yet another Warner 4K disc that defaults to DTS-HD MA 5.1 rather that Dolby Atmos. It is mind boggling....
I do the same thing — all the way back to my DVD days. Too many times a disc defaults to a different audio track than the one I desire.An old habit of mine, but I always manually set my audio track and also the subtitles if they're available on the disc before playing the movie.
Not sure about Amazon as I never stream there but it was immediately available in 4K on iTunes and Vudu.Very strange - I redeemed my code last night on Movies Anywhere, and it appears this movie is not available, not even to purchase, from Amazon Prime Video.
I wonder if Amazon and Warner are having a feud again, this time over digital titles.
@Mike Frezon covered this in the Roundup this week.I was disappointed to discover that the Target exclusive was sold out. I had not realized that they had one. Was anyone able to secure a copy? How much should I lament that I didn’t get one?