From writer/director Jon Stewart comes the comedy of a Democrat political consultant (Steve Carell) who helps a retired Marine colonel (Chris Cooper) run for mayor in a small Wisconsin town.
Costs £6 to go the cinema
Why would I pay £14 to watch at home??? At least with the cinema you get the big screen experience, so if anything it should be slightly cheaper to watch at home instead, not more than twice as expensive
£14 to rent! 😂 too funny, not.
I totally get the thinking..
..but I don't pay cinema prices to watch it early - I pay for the format, which is an enormous screen in a huge dark room with surround sound. My sony bravia and philips sound bar is good enough for a 4.49 rental but not this price. Yes J Quinn - it's driven by the studios not Apple - but it's here where we can rent it. It is expoitation of people being stuck at home and it's backfired as these movies will never outrun the lowered ratings from this early high price - which will in the long run reduce their desirability. Studios should have bit the bullet and said 6.99 rental. Lower margin but higher volume of rentals.
Stop complaining about the price
You LITERALLY CANNOT GO TO THE CINEMA RIGHT NOW
This is instead of going to the cinema. The price will be normal when the state of cinema is. Stop complaining.
This rental is more expensive than the cinema
I only pay £5.99 to go to the cinema, which will open next week. Why would I pay £13.99 to rent it? Utter madness.