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    #31
    Re: Robocop just went UV

    Robocop 2 is now UV. I wonder if they are going to UV to one MGM a week lol.

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      #32
      Re: Robocop just went UV

      Robocop 3 is also UV.

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        #33
        Re: Robocop just went UV

        Timecop is also UV today.

        None of these are available for D2D yet.

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          #34
          Re: Robocop just went UV

          LOTS of MGM titles are getting codes next week. Check out blu-ray.com.
          The Princess Bride
          Rocky
          Robocop
          and many, many others...

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            #35
            Re: Robocop just went UV

            Originally posted by digitalfreaknyc View Post
            LOTS of MGM titles are getting codes next week. Check out blu-ray.com.
            The Princess Bride
            Rocky
            Robocop
            and many, many others...
            goofy looking covers too lol but this has me wondering if the D2D will be live next week than for mgm we can only hope

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              #36
              Re: Robocop just went UV

              Originally posted by digitalfreaknyc View Post
              LOTS of MGM titles are getting codes next week. Check out blu-ray.com.
              The Princess Bride
              Rocky
              Robocop
              and many, many others...
              where on the site?

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                #37
                Re: Robocop just went UV

                Originally posted by digitalfreaknyc View Post
                LOTS of MGM titles are getting codes next week. Check out blu-ray.com.
                The Princess Bride
                Rocky
                Robocop
                and many, many others...
                Not sure where you are looking as none of these are listed in the UV section of the site. I did look for a few and see that next week there are some Walmart Exclusive Blu-rays being released with a Vudu Digital Copy but none of those stickers say Ultraviolet, only Vudu so they are likely just a vudu-only digital copy.

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                  #38
                  Re: Robocop just went UV

                  Which Robocop release now has a UV code? I bought the "new" one that came out a couple of months ago (the "mastered from 4K" blu-ray), but it didn't have a UV inside. Grabbed it from Amazon (pre-order), so maybe that's why? That would suck. Been wanting the original trilogy on Vudu for ages.

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                    #39
                    Re: Robocop just went UV

                    Originally posted by CthulhuSaves View Post
                    Which Robocop release now has a UV code? I bought the "new" one that came out a couple of months ago (the "mastered from 4K" blu-ray), but it didn't have a UV inside. Grabbed it from Amazon (pre-order), so maybe that's why? That would suck. Been wanting the original trilogy on Vudu for ages.
                    You should be able to take it in to a Walmart and get it added. Unfortunately the disc-to-digital is broken for the title as it is one of the many many discs it says it can't read for some reason.

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                      #40
                      Re: Robocop just went UV

                      Now I'm even more confused. I thought we were just talking about UV for the title. I don't see it listed under D2D at all.

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                        #41
                        Re: Robocop just went UV

                        Originally posted by CthulhuSaves View Post
                        Now I'm even more confused. I thought we were just talking about UV for the title. I don't see it listed under D2D at all.
                        It's not available for D2D. MGM typically doesn't allow D2D.

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                          #42
                          Re: Robocop just went UV

                          Originally posted by CBrown View Post
                          Not sure where you are looking as none of these are listed in the UV section of the site. I did look for a few and see that next week there are some Walmart Exclusive Blu-rays being released with a Vudu Digital Copy but none of those stickers say Ultraviolet, only Vudu so they are likely just a vudu-only digital copy.
                          Like I said in the post....blu-ray.com

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                            #43
                            Re: Robocop just went UV

                            Originally posted by CBrown View Post
                            Not sure where you are looking as none of these are listed in the UV section of the site. I did look for a few and see that next week there are some Walmart Exclusive Blu-rays being released with a Vudu Digital Copy but none of those stickers say Ultraviolet, only Vudu so they are likely just a vudu-only digital copy.
                            Originally posted by digitalfreaknyc View Post
                            Like I said in the post....blu-ray.com
                            I think CBrown is referring to the fact that at least some are Vudu only codes and not UV codes... which is not clear from your post.

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                              #44
                              Re: Robocop just went UV

                              Originally posted by Grey Ghost View Post
                              I think CBrown is referring to the fact that at least some are Vudu only codes and not UV codes... which is not clear from your post.
                              Ahhhh....yes. They're all Vudu codes. My bad.

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                                #45
                                Re: Robocop just went UV

                                Originally posted by digitalfreaknyc View Post
                                Ahhhh....yes. They're all Vudu codes. My bad.
                                I wonder if the fact that the codes are Vudu only means that they won't be UV for a while? Of course maybe they couldn't get UV enabled by the time they had to go to manufacturing. Time will tell I guess.

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