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    Robocop just went UV

    My copy of Robocop just got a UV logo. It even has a UV redeem button. Up coming blu ray re-release?

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    Re: Robocop just went UV

    Originally posted by MoWeb View Post
    My copy of Robocop just got a UV logo. It even has a UV redeem button. Up coming blu ray re-release?
    That's crap. It was JUST released!

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      Re: Robocop just went UV

      Just verified mine has the UV logo as well.

      Unfortunately, still no UV symbol for The Terminator (T2 and on are UV), but hopefully Robocop going UV is a sign that more MGM catalog titles will be doing the same in short order.

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        Re: Robocop just went UV

        Originally posted by digitalfreaknyc View Post
        That's crap. It was JUST released!
        Original 80s. Not the re release that just came out.

        Finally an old MGM movie is made uv.

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          Re: Robocop just went UV

          Originally posted by madmod20061 View Post
          Original 80s. Not the re release that just came out.

          Finally an old MGM movie is made uv.
          I think he's talking about the blu ray (Unrated Director's Cut) that was released on Jan 21. It should have come with a UV copy if they were going UV this soon.

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            Re: Robocop just went UV

            Originally posted by MoWeb View Post
            I think he's talking about the blu ray (Unrated Director's Cut) that was released on Jan 21. It should have come with a UV copy if they were going UV this soon.
            Exactly. There was a blu release last month.

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              Re: Robocop just went UV

              WTF! An MGM title finally now UV? Whoa! Holy Mardi Gras Fat Tuesday Batman!

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                Re: Robocop just went UV

                Wow this is good news. Probably a tie in with the remake that just came out. I hope more MGM catalog titles will have UV soon. I have quite a few I'd purchase instantly if they were UV.

                Agent Cody Banks
                Antitrust
                Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure
                Hackers
                War Games
                Spaceballs
                The Three Amigos
                Dances With Wolves
                The Cutting Edge
                West Side Story
                Many James Bond Films

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                  Re: Robocop just went UV

                  Originally posted by digitalfreaknyc View Post
                  Exactly. There was a blu release last month.
                  Oops. I Didn't know that. I have an older release I guess. I did get a digital copy code from Walmart. I don't remember what movie it came with though. Not Robocop. It was when they were throwing random movies like "Been and Joone", "Terminator", etc... on different blu rays.

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                    Re: Robocop just went UV

                    Well, now that it's UV, hopefully ti goes D2D soon as well. I'd love to add it to my UV collection that way instead of buying it again.

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                      Re: Robocop just went UV

                      Hopefully this means more MGM titles are on the way. I have RoboCop already, but only because of a VUDU code that came with The Terminator(Remastered) from Wal-Mart.

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                        Fantastiq... Lorn Green been resurrected?!!

                        Happy-Happy-Joy-Joy.. MGM going UV soon maybe?!

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                          Re: Robocop just went UV

                          Went to the UV website and, no surprise, it's not showing up there (along with half my other movies). However, on one of the other UV providers, it's showing as UV also, but not currently available there for streaming. I also have Robocop 2 and Robocop 3 in my collection, and they are still showing as non-UV. This is a good start, however. Fingers crossed that the Bond and Rocky films will start appearing as UV soon...

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                            Re: Robocop just went UV

                            I wonder if this is a test to see if it results in increased sales? If it does, maybe they will add more later!

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                              Re: Robocop just went UV

                              Hopefully but as the Robocop BR was just released two months ago, it is potentially a different conversation than older MGM titles that haven't seen recent distribution deals signed.

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