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Vudu has some A24 releases in 4k for $5.99: The Florida Project, High Life, Eighth Grade. I think these were just recently upgraded on Vudu.
Just be careful buying non-MA titles from Vudu with them supposedly up for sale...
 

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Only $6.99 for It Happened One Night in 4K on Vudu. iTunes doesn't carry the 4K version. I have the Criterion Blu-ray, but I'm thinking about a 4K bump.:unsure:
 
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Only $6.99 for It Happened One Night in 4K on Vudu. iTunes doesn't carry the 4K version. I have the Criterion Blu-ray, but I'm thinking about a 4K bump.:unsure:
I think I'm going to skip it because it has no HDR. I can live with my Criterion Blu-ray.
 
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I think I'm going to skip it because it has no HDR. I can live with my Criterion Blu-ray.
Im still not sure what I need hdr on a movie for.

Why would I not buy it if it doesn’t hav it?

I just don’t know what the difference is.
Even after reading some info in a bread here about it I don’t understand what it does.
 

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Anyway I bought Steven’s War of the Worlds since it’s still only $7 and might get upgraded to 4K. Even if it doesn’t I still wanted it.
 

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Im still not sure what I need hdr on a movie for.

Why would I not buy it if it doesn’t hav it?

I just don’t know what the difference is.
Even after reading some info in a bread here about it I don’t understand what it does.
Are you serious, you don't know what HDR provides?
 

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Yeah.
My main tv doesn’t have it since it’s not 4K and we watch some things on the bedroom tv that does have it.
I don’t understand it.
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I hate to say it but I don’t see the difference between 4K with it and 4K without it.
 

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I guess I won’t know until I get tv to replace the old one in the main room.
 

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I feel about HDR the way a lot of other folks feel about 3D! That is, meh...
 

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I feel about HDR the way a lot of other folks feel about 3D! That is, meh...
Does that mean you’re buying It Happened One Night in 4K without HDR?
 

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Does that mean you’re buying It Happened One Night in 4K without HDR?
Finger hovering over the button... it’s just that the $20 I spent on the Criterion Blu-ray makes me want to be happy with that. If only I’d known then that the 4K digital would materialize...
 

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Finger hovering over the button... it’s just that the $20 I spent on the Criterion Blu-ray makes me want to be happy with that. If only I’d known then that the 4K digital would materialize...
Come on, it's only $7.;)
 
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Come on, it's only $7.;)
Done deal! :lol: Amazon also dropped their 4K version to 6.99 and minus a few no-rush shipping credits I had banked, it took the sting out the purchase, which imported into Movies Anywhere in 4K.

We’ve also got some new Columbia Classic titles to look forward to 4K digital upgrades as a new 4K box set was announced!
 

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Have to say...

They almost got me this morning.

Saw the 10-film Star Trek collection for $20.

I own all of them on disc. However, I would have still jumped on this if the 4k director's cut of KHAN were included, which is not.

Probably better off as I think there's going to be some Trek activity next year on Blu-ray and 4k.
 
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So it’s not Likely these would be upgraded to 4K when it comes?

Good question. I don't know.

That's a Crawdaddy question.
 

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