The what's turned, and is turning 4K DV/HDR/Dolby Atmos on Apple TV thread.

Nobbler

Distinguished Member
Jaws - quite simply one of the greatest films ever made along with Gladiator and neither given the treatment they deserve in the UK on iTunes.
I’d protest on one knee in front of my Apple TV but it would take me an hour to get up!
 

Samv0808

Distinguished Member
Jaws - quite simply one of the greatest films ever made along with Gladiator and neither given the treatment they deserve in the UK on iTunes.
I’d protest on one knee in front of my Apple TV but it would take me an hour to get up!
#4KUPGRADESMATTER
 

Goooner

Distinguished Member
Well you can all rest assured that Jaws will turn imminently, now that I’ve just bought a US code :rotfl:

Now it’s just a case of what will happen first, it’ll turn or I’ll actually watch it. I’m guessing the former :D
 

dts

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Well you can all rest assured that Jaws will turn imminently, now that I’ve just bought a US code :rotfl:

Now it’s just a case of what will happen first, it’ll turn or I’ll actually watch it. I’m guessing the former :D
Where did you get the 4k code from please?
 

CrispyXUK

Well-known Member
Are we expecting atmos from wow?
 

Goooner

Distinguished Member
Yeah, I saw a few on there for $10 or more, could’ve waited for something nearer $5 but couldn’t be bothered to keep checking to save $3. I’m nothing if not lazy :D
 

Goooner

Distinguished Member
UV Cinema is always my first port of call when looking for codes, mainly because it's easier than bluray.com.

I'd actually found that one, twice, but with it being Vudu HD, I wasn't sure what the crack was with it going 4K, so didn't bother, hence the trip to Bluray.

I think I can live with paying the extra $1.58 :D

It'll be 4k on UK iTunes before I get around to watching it anyway :rotfl:
 

-gonzo-

Distinguished Member
UV Cinema is always my first port of call when looking for codes, mainly because it's easier than bluray.com.

I'd actually found that one, twice, but with it being Vudu HD, I wasn't sure what the crack was with it going 4K, so didn't bother, hence the trip to Bluray.

I think I can live with paying the extra $1.58 :D

It'll be 4k on UK iTunes before I get around to watching it anyway :rotfl:
Yeah my bad I just noticed it’s a Vudu code.
Keep forgetting that since Movies Anywhere they now list Vudu codes in the iTunes section 🤬
 

Goooner

Distinguished Member
Yeah, that's what was confusing me.

I definitely went to the iTunes/MA section before typing in Jaws, thought $6.95 was a really cheap price, so was going to grab it straight away, only to find it was Vudu HD.
 

Smurf100

Well-known Member
Jaws 4K is $7.99 on Vudu currently, so no need to pay more than that

 

dts

Distinguished Member
Jaws 4K is $7.99 on Vudu currently, so no need to pay more than that

Its $14.99!!
 

Samv0808

Distinguished Member
Anyone by chance watched it see what its like?
Well I’ve watched abit. Skipped abit. Watched abit more because I am waiting for the UHD to watch properly but I would say it looks pretty good. Some nice use of WCG. Little things like the orange flag on a chopper bike really pop. Nice shadow and black detail too. I’d say buy it definitely at its current price!
 

-gonzo-

Distinguished Member
Seems normal services may have resumed as films are playing back in 4K.
Well at least that’s what the drop down says anyway.
 

Bobcat2112

Active Member
Any one else’s Goonies reverted back to HD today? Typical that I finally sit down to watch something and this happens. Hopefully it’ll return to DV glory soon.
 

hancock54

Active Member
Any one else’s Goonies reverted back to HD today? Typical that I finally sit down to watch something and this happens. Hopefully it’ll return to DV glory soon.
Read the release date had been put back for the physical format possibly that is the reason
 

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