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Movies that will never ever be UV

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    Movies that will never ever be UV

    James Bond
    Avatar
    Star Wars
    Indiana Jones
    Apocalypse Now
    Pulp Fiction
    Kill Bill
    Sin City
    Planet Terror
    No Country for Old Men
    Gangs of New York
    Gone Baby Gone
    Saving Private Ryan
    Up in the Air
    The Hurt Locker
    Memento

    those of some of my favorites now add yours

    #2
    Re: Movies that will never ever be UV

    How do you know they will never be UV? That's a bold statement to make. I bet at least a few of those do make it.

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      #3
      Re: Movies that will never ever be UV

      I'm a little curious why Memento is on that list when every other Nolan movie except Prestige (Touchstone) on Vudu is UV.

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        #4
        Re: Movies that will never ever be UV

        I would say never is too strong and too big of an assumption...

        UV is still in its early stages, no CFF and no certified players yet. I think it's safe to say that as it matures and grows, it's possible those movies and/or remaining studios may get on-board with the program! I personally hope they do!

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          #5
          Re: Movies that will never ever be UV

          I wasn't sure of the OP's point or intent, either.

          I bet his favorite Pooh character is Eeyore. He sounds like he likes to be depressed.

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            #6
            Re: Movies that will never ever be UV

            Saving Private Ryan must NEVER EVER be coming to D2D since its on your list twice

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              #7
              Re: Movies that will never ever be UV

              Ok maybe i went too far to say never ever. Looks like half of the titles are Miramax/Dimension which is now owned by Lionsgate. Lionsgate is on UV now but there older movie are not. I do not think we will see movies like The Avengers or Avatar on UV anytime soon and possibly not for years. That was the point i was making

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                #8
                Re: Movies that will never ever be UV

                I bought Haywire on Vudu on the day of release months ago. It did not have the UV logo, therefore it did not translate to my UV collection; I only owned it on Vudu. This weekend, it showed on my UV collection and now has the UV emblem on the page for the movie.

                This made me curious, so I checked No Country for Old Men and the Kill Bill films. Both now have the UV links on Vudu; they did not before. I am still unable to get them to show for disc to digital, but at least I now have hope.

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                  #9
                  Re: Movies that will never ever be UV

                  Originally posted by cyclejvegas View Post
                  I bought Haywire on Vudu on the day of release months ago. It did not have the UV logo, therefore it did not translate to my UV collection; I only owned it on Vudu. This weekend, it showed on my UV collection and now has the UV emblem on the page for the movie.

                  This made me curious, so I checked No Country for Old Men and the Kill Bill films. Both now have the UV links on Vudu; they did not before. I am still unable to get them to show for disc to digital, but at least I now have hope.
                  The kill bill movies are d2d on cinemanow, but not vudu.

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                    #10
                    Re: Movies that will never ever be UV

                    Kill Bills, No Country for Old Men, Pulp Fiction all now avl.

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                      #11
                      Re: Movies that will never ever be UV

                      Planet Terror now avail.

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                        #12
                        Re: Movies that will never ever be UV

                        Originally posted by fenixjester View Post
                        Planet Terror now avail.
                        Planet Terror on it's own is no good. I needs Death Proof and the fake trailers. I'm a purist for the theatrical cut of Grindhouse.

                        I wish the full theatrical version of Grindhouse would come to Vudu.
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                          #13
                          Re: Movies that will never ever be UV

                          Originally posted by cpr3584 View Post
                          James Bond
                          Avatar
                          Star Wars
                          Indiana Jones
                          Apocalypse Now
                          Pulp Fiction
                          Kill Bill
                          Sin City
                          Planet Terror
                          No Country for Old Men
                          Gangs of New York
                          Gone Baby Gone
                          Saving Private Ryan
                          Up in the Air
                          The Hurt Locker
                          Memento

                          those of some of my favorites now add yours
                          Aside from Memento and the Indiana Jones movies, everything on this list is UV now. For Star Wars only episode IV is UV, but otherwise all are UV.....

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                            #14
                            Re: Movies that will never ever be UV

                            Originally posted by Capt-Cupcake View Post
                            Aside from Memento and the Indiana Jones movies, everything on this list is UV now. For Star Wars only episode IV is UV, but otherwise all are UV.....
                            Planet Terror is not UV...

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                              #15
                              Re: Movies that will never ever be UV

                              I think we need to start a new list, just to dare fate: I'll start.

                              Titanic
                              The Sandlot
                              Spy Kids Series
                              Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back
                              Scream 2 and 3
                              Silence of the Lambs
                              Chitty Chitty Bang Bang
                              Rookie of the Year
                              Rocky 2,3,4
                              Bill and Ted
                              Scary Movie 2,3,4
                              Agent Cody Banks
                              West Side Story
                              The Indian in the Cupboard

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