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    Re: Is Disney coming out with a bunch more Digital Copy Plus codes

    I've never seen Meet the Robinsons...any good?

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      Re: Is Disney coming out with a bunch more Digital Copy Plus codes

      Originally posted by YankeeGator6 View Post
      I've never seen Meet the Robinsons...any good?
      Meh...IMO. But the dinosaur was neat.

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        Re: Is Disney coming out with a bunch more Digital Copy Plus codes

        Originally posted by RBBrittain View Post
        I was hoping it would be The Princess and the Frog, because that movie involves... vudu (variant spelling).

        Edit: However, they may have intentionally chosen a 3D movie to highlight the fact that Disney 3D movies at Vudu are apparently being included in DMA integration. Though most of Disney's 3D titles at Vudu are now in 2D/3D bundles and the 3D versions are no longer buyable directly (there are exceptions), the 3D versions have DMA icons just like the 2D versions. (Also, Meet the Robinsons was not sold in a DC-eligible version -- even the 3D version omitted DC -- thus it'll be the first DMA freebie I'll actually get free; I already have DCs of The Incredibles, Wreck-It Ralph, and even The Princess and the Frog.)
        3D movies are being included? So if I redeemed DMR points for a 3D movie, I will have that movie available through Vudu in 3D? Really? This is great news if this is the case.

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          Re: Is Disney coming out with a bunch more Digital Copy Plus codes

          Originally posted by swiss21 View Post
          I just noticed DMA now has a small blue icon on the movie pages, that's nice. Just spoke with DMA about an issue and rep told me 11/18 is when VUDU goes live. She thinks the free movie is Meet the Robinsons, she remembers the title being mentioned recently.
          Hopefully Meet the Robinsons is the title (3D or not)... finally one that I don't already have, as none of the physical releases came with a digital copy code. I'd be happy with that one, or Ratatouille, or Iron Man, or even Chicken Little!

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            Re: Is Disney coming out with a bunch more Digital Copy Plus codes

            Ha! Iron Man or Ratatouille would be ideal...The only Marvel movie I need and my most wanted Pixar film...both of which have no codes available (that I'm aware of)...so it would never happen!

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              Re: Is Disney coming out with a bunch more Digital Copy Plus codes

              I'm curious to see how many DMA accounts can be linked to a single Vudu account. I wonder because I have a very close family member who has a separate DMA account, but we share the same Vudu account. I am hoping we can both link our DMA accounts to the same Vudu account.

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                Re: Is Disney coming out with a bunch more Digital Copy Plus codes

                It looks like you'll be able to link one DMA account to one account each of Google Play, Vudu and iTunes.

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                  Re: Is Disney coming out with a bunch more Digital Copy Plus codes

                  Any theoreis as to how this rumored DMA D2D may work? Would it just be integrated into vudu's D2D?

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                    Re: Is Disney coming out with a bunch more Digital Copy Plus codes

                    Highly doubtful that Disney will soon offer d2d as Disney is very greedy. If you notice Disney will not be Ultraviolet either just Vudu enabled so your linked members won't be able to watch your Disney movies either. It would be awesome if Disney allowed D2D but yeah at this point that seems like a dream in Neverland.

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                      Re: Is Disney coming out with a bunch more Digital Copy Plus codes

                      Originally posted by dbrandom View Post
                      It looks like you'll be able to link one DMA account to one account each of Google Play, Vudu and iTunes.
                      leaves out the smaller UV players, is the problem with their strategy.

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                        Re: Is Disney coming out with a bunch more Digital Copy Plus codes

                        Originally posted by dbrandom View Post
                        It looks like you'll be able to link one DMA account to one account each of Google Play, Vudu and iTunes.
                        Yes, I was looking through the DMA faq section and the language did seem to indicate that.

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                          Re: Is Disney coming out with a bunch more Digital Copy Plus codes

                          So will ability to link DMA to VUDU essentially eliminate the utility of Apple TV?

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                            Re: Is Disney coming out with a bunch more Digital Copy Plus codes

                            Originally posted by YankeeGator6 View Post
                            I've never seen Meet the Robinsons...any good?
                            Oh, Yeah! That's a really fun one.

                            And They Might Be Giants do a great cover of the Sherman Bros song, 'There's a Great Big Beautiful Tomorrow' (From Carousel of Progress)

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                              Re: Is Disney coming out with a bunch more Digital Copy Plus codes

                              Originally posted by akstearman View Post
                              Hopefully Meet the Robinsons is the title (3D or not)... finally one that I don't already have, as none of the physical releases came with a digital copy code. I'd be happy with that one, or Ratatouille, or Iron Man, or even Chicken Little!
                              That's funny! I kind of HATE Ratatouille. It's easily my least favorite Pixar film by a lot. So the funny part is, the other day my wife said, "I wonder if Vudu will offer a free movie when they go 'DMA' like Itunes and Google each did." I replied, "With my luck it'll probably be Ratatouille."

                              I'd be thrilled with Iron Man. And Meet the Robinsons would make me happy, too.

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                                Re: Is Disney coming out with a bunch more Digital Copy Plus codes

                                Yeah, it's definitely not my favorite, but I have digital copies of everything except that, A Bug's Life and the two Cars movies. It ranks somewhere around there in my ranking of Pixar films, but I do really like it. It's one of those that gets better every time I watch it.

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