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Discussion in 'Streaming and Digital Media' started by Sam Posten, Feb 23, 2019.
Only the theatrical is 4K tho.
OK, thanks for the heads-up. Still, I'll be able to see the unrated in 1080p (something which was impossible when the film was first released on Blu-Ray).
I really liked the fourth Die Hard. They put McClane in a world that was completely alien to him and then let his scrappiness and physicality (along with Justin Long's computer skills) give him a bare fighting chance against his genius adversary.
The Die Hard movies were just ruined for me by the fact that last night Bruce Willis was throwing out the first pitch at the Phillies game and even though he was standing in front of the mound he bounced it.
You should have seen the video of him taking batting practice in the cage.
Also they weren’t booing they were saying Bruuuuuuuuuuuuce
Dude is 64 years of age and I've seen athletes from other sports bounce first pitches including football QBs. Hell, I probably can't throw a baseball more than 25-30 feet.
Which makes me freaking love this even more
Dude was almost ten years younger than Willis when he threw that pitch. For all we know, he probably had a better arm than Willis even in their prime.
The fifth doesn't exist in my opinion.
Dude also had to do it with a bulletproof gear on.
See this is why I hate Yankees fans
Willis seems to have a barely working arm for awhile.
He could barely swing the bat in the cage pregame.
My Mets had a similar issue when Jay Bruce played for them with the crowd yelling Bruuuuuuuuce and people mistakenly thinking he was being booed.
There might have been a few who were actually booing Jay Bruce.
As a life-long Yankees fan, I embrace the hate.
From the sublime to the ridiculous in comparing films four and five.
If anyone has been waiting to own Cheers, now is your opportunity. iTunes has the complete series (in HD) for a mere $19.99. That's just $1.82 per season, or a little more than 7 pennies per episode. Of course most people will ask why should you spend $20 for something that is currently available on both Netflix and Amazon Prime, but there you go.
This is probably a price mistake, so if you want the deal you'd better act fast. Google Play currently has seasons 1-10 (yes, TEN SEASONS) of The Big Bang Theory in HD for $14.99:
For those of us with Apple devices, you can use the Google Play Movies & TV app on iOS to watch on your iPhone/iPad, and you can also cast from iOS devices to Apple TV.
I get an "unexpected error. Please try again later" message when trying to purchase this.
Bummer. It may be dead already. Do you have a Google account Scott? I can't test it because I made the purchase already, about 45 minutes ago. Maybe try a different browser?
Doug, yes I have a Google account, it has an valid credit card, and is linked to Movies Anywhere. All my MA films are in the Google library.
I tried both Firefox and Microsoft Explorer and received the same error. That's the only two browsers I have installed on my PC. I may try on my phone using Chrome.
Edit: Just tried on my Android phone using the Google Play Store, and received the message "Error. Temporarily Unavailable".