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  • Rudymedina1
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    I hope Disney joins UV.

    I would love to add all the Touchstone movies as well as the Marvel movies.

    I have never converted a code for Itunes because I hated the fact that it may you download the movie to your PC. Now you can at least stream via Itunes, but you can't stream on an Ipad! That's ridiculous.

    Come on Disney! Join UV.

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  • Speedaddict81
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    Originally posted by MGmirkin View Post
    They own Armageddon & Con Air? So that's the f--k why I can't UV-ify those titles (pardon my french) and moreover, why Armageddon hasn't had a proper Blu release despite more than apt DVD release(s)?? *sigh* Disney should not be allowed to "sit on" major titles like this... They really need to get on board. I hope they do...
    Pretty much all the Touchstone titles belong to Disney. Add Enemy of the State to my list.

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  • MGmirkin
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    Originally posted by Speedaddict81 View Post
    I'd say Marvel, closely followed by Pixar...what I'd really like to see is all the 'Adult' content they have rights to added, movies like Armageddon, Hidalgo, Con Air, Tombstone, and the list goes on.
    They own Armageddon & Con Air? So that's the f--k why I can't UV-ify those titles (pardon my french) and moreover, why Armageddon hasn't had a proper Blu release despite more than apt DVD release(s)?? *sigh* Disney should not be allowed to "sit on" major titles like this... They really need to get on board. I hope they do...

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  • MGmirkin
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    Originally posted by Nygiantsfan3342 View Post
    For the record though, I wish UV would gain global acceptance by all studios.
    We need a single standard that everyone can get behind, support, improve, etc. Fractious Digital Copy support makes things less-than-optimal.

    Ohh, and Apple needs to get on board with UV support too. Even better if Apple Digital Copies could "convert" to UV, likewise any existing digital downloads with UV rights cleared.

    I mean, if we already have streaming access to the titles, shouldn't we simply be able to unify the titles with UV and make everything "play nicely together?"

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  • MGmirkin
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    What's this 'only one' nonsense?

    I want their primo classic children's animation titles! National Treasure. Marvel superhero titles. Etc.

    They just need to get on board.

    I'd totally re-buy all the classic animation on DVD/Blu combo pack if they were on-board with UV. That's a lot of coin for Disney coffers...

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  • quackman
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    I just sent an email to the link you provided. Good idea! I hope everyone else who gets on this forum will do the same.

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  • echopulse
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    I just sent an e-mail to support@disneymoviesonline.com saying that I wish they would support UV and that I had many titles that I would purchase if they did. I also attached the image of my vudu wishlist. I would encourage other's to send e-mail adding support.

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  • Walter-S_North_Carolina
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    Originally posted by Nygiantsfan3342 View Post
    I love the PS3 app better than any other Vudu-capable app. I also have my son's PS3 password-protected for above PG-13. Hopefully he never tries to watch Jaws or Poltergeist!

    Yeah, I get the impression the beefie CPU on the PS3 clobbers anything Vudu needs. Just not the same thing for a little $70.00 Roku or the CPUs in a Bluray player.

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  • enrico pallazzo
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    i saw ISLAND AT THE TOP OF THE WORLD for a birthday party in 1974 and still remember it to this day.

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  • Nygiantsfan3342
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    Originally posted by Walter-S_North_Carolina View Post
    The PS3 version of Vudu requires a parental pass-code for content when enabled. I set mine to "R" so they can watch PG-13, but need my approval for any "R" rated titles.
    I love the PS3 app better than any other Vudu-capable app. I also have my son's PS3 password-protected for above PG-13. Hopefully he never tries to watch Jaws or Poltergeist!

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  • Walter-S_North_Carolina
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    Originally posted by Nygiantsfan3342 View Post
    I would like Disney to join UV, but I can live without them here. Most of their movies come with iTunes Digital Copies which my kid can watch on my iPad or iPhone. He is more than happy with the movies from Dreamworks, Universal, etc in our UV locker. He also prefers Netflix when we are home. I am the primary Vudu-watcher in my home because I travel so much.

    For the record though, I wish UV would gain global acceptance by all studios.

    Yes, the whole concept of VoD is a big help for parents to entertain their children. A single VoD method just makes it easier.

    My children too like NetFlix at home and on their Kindle Fires while away. Having all their movies in Vudu accessible via a remote at home is very convenient too.

    The PS3 version of Vudu requires a parental pass-code for content when enabled. I set mine to "R" so they can watch PG-13, but need my approval for any "R" rated titles.

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  • Nygiantsfan3342
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    Originally posted by Walter-S_North_Carolina View Post
    For those of us with a brood, having 90 minutes to clean or do laundry while the children are entertained is worth gold.

    One time, I was getting ready to get onto a plane. A woman showed up with two children. The younger was in a stroller and was crying.

    She took out her iPhone and handed it to him playing a movie. He stopped crying and I did not hear a peep out of that row for the entire two hour flight.

    That is a revolution in the making!

    DISNEY, GET ON THIS BOAT PLS!!!! SAVE US!!!
    I would like Disney to join UV, but I can live without them here. Most of their movies come with iTunes Digital Copies which my kid can watch on my iPad or iPhone. He is more than happy with the movies from Dreamworks, Universal, etc in our UV locker. He also prefers Netflix when we are home. I am the primary Vudu-watcher in my home because I travel so much.

    For the record though, I wish UV would gain global acceptance by all studios.

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  • Walter-S_North_Carolina
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    Originally posted by Nygiantsfan3342 View Post
    I was thinking more like Deja vu, Crimson Tide, The Rock, Tombstone, Look Who's talking, Can't Buy Me Love, etc...

    For those of us with a brood, having 90 minutes to clean or do laundry while the children are entertained is worth gold.

    One time, I was getting ready to get onto a plane. A woman showed up with two children. The younger was in a stroller and was crying.

    She took out her iPhone and handed it to him playing a movie. He stopped crying and I did not hear a peep out of that row for the entire two hour flight.

    That is a revolution in the making!

    DISNEY, GET ON THIS BOAT PLS!!!! SAVE US!!!

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  • Nygiantsfan3342
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    Originally posted by LuzRinggold View Post
    There is also a new Winnie the Pooh movie from 2011
    I was thinking more like Deja vu, Crimson Tide, The Rock, Tombstone, Look Who's talking, Can't Buy Me Love, etc...

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  • Walter-S_North_Carolina
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    Originally posted by LuzRinggold View Post
    There is also a new Winnie the Pooh movie from 2011

    Winnie "The Sequel King" Pooh

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