Watched it last night and the kids thoroughly enjoyed it (lots of giggles from the 7yo and a few snuggles into me for the scarier stuff - win win). I'd give it a 6/10 but then again, it's not aimed at me. Kids will watch it again and again and again no doubt. I think it will be a grower as I wasn't impressed with Frozen (1) or Moana on first viewing.
One thing I can't figure out is how to watch the movie from the kids profile on Disney+. It's available and we purchased it from the adults profile but I can't see a way to share it. I prefer not let the kids use the adults profile as then they have access to all the Star content.
In 7-10 years‘ time, when physical media has been ‘phased out’, and you are forced to pay £20 for every significant release on top of the £20 monthly fee, remember this moment and your part in this evil.
In the interests of fairness I think the poster was calling the practice 'evil', not those taking part in it.Whilst everyone is entitled to their opinion, to insinuate that we who have paid are "evil" is truly pathetic... Cinema's aren't open - if they were then we'd have probably made the trip instead... So to call us out as the reason that Cinema is dying is simply inaccurate and, at worst, highly incendiary.
When lockdown ends everybody is free to go back to the good old days, if they prefer.
You know, paying for expensive family tickets at cinemas to watch new films. Then paying Sky or Virgin a monthly fee, yet not be able to watch the latest releases either - all on one device only.
Then buying physical media, to watch on one device only, which won't update itself free of charge to HD, 4K, HDR or Atmos like iTunes individual film purchases.
Ah yes, the good old days.
Cost and value are different things
My Ex Odeon membership, that I had the good fortune to cancel the months before the pandemic heh, cost less than this
As someone whom has been buying physical media for more than 40 years don’t remember being part of any evil.In 7-10 years‘ time, when physical media has been ‘phased out’, and you are forced to pay £20 for every significant release on top of the £20 monthly fee, remember this moment and your part in this evil.