Oh yeah, when you compared cinema prices it isn't that bad for something you want to watch. If you have a nice system to watch it on as well. Having a PJ makes a big difference.... Wouldn't pay £20 to watch it on our TV.
I'm thinking about watching this tonight. £20 is a bit pricey but the cost of myself and the 3 kids to the cinema would be twice that. There's little to enjoy during lock down so I think the kids are worth that £20. Fire on, projector screen dropped down, homemade popcorn a bottle of pop.......
I’d definitely be happy with a choice, but a choice to buy outright (pref disc).I'd just like to see choice being offered. Cinema or home streaming.... I think those who go to the cinema regularly will still go and there is the potential for greater revenue in some ways. I often play catch up on streaming for the films I want to see, so being able to watch at home on the PJ at the same time as cinema release works for me - and I may still stump up for the physical media for the big hitters.
For sure a family cinema trip, and popcorn (anything else is pre bought) and £20 is good value. Also I can drink since there’s no driving involved.Just watched it this afternoon with the kids on the big screen in the garage. Everyone very much enjoyed it including me. £20 cheap vs taking all of us the the cinema so didn’t mind.
Utter generic rubbish made purely to pander to the genocidal CCP so Disney can make $$$ of the sheep within its borders... I was bored rigid throughout it, daughter enjoyed it but said it's no Moana, you'd be crazy to give Disney your money for this drivel, I sure as sh*t didn't
It was okay, looked good on the big screen at home. I liked it more than Mulan, I do wish they'd stop pandering to the Chinese and make something original based on American culture where I think they would do a better job. It did raise a few chuckles though so I can't say I wasn't entertained at all 6/10
Agreed. I always find the SQ on Disney + to be average at best. Maybe its just my systems transparency but comparing Moana BD and Disney + streams is night and day. The stream sounds muffled and closed in, the BD opens up everything (like I've just taken off ear defenders)Why is there no Atmos soundtrack for this film? If I’m going to pay 20 quid you surely would expect the best available sound. Also why is there no mention of the sound quality/format and only video quality in the review? I feel sound is equally important.