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Post by Cassieboo » 4 months ago

Barathemos wrote:
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I’ve still yet to get into the streaming craze and only use cable tv. I’ve been considering getting Hulu (because of the student bundle with Spotify) but I really love Disney so if all of their shows and movies are available to stream...it may be difficult to not subscribe.
I think Disney is supposed to be the cheapest (Because it won't have as much database as the others) at either 5.99 or 6.99 a month (can't remember exactly). Amazon subscription you can get free with prime and I believe there's a student discount for that as well, but we don't use it much.

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Post by DanTheMan » 4 months ago

The streaming industry is becoming ridiculous but quite frankly I usually only want certain shows/movies anyway & Disney+ will have most of them. I've also played with the idea of going back to buying physical media again :lol:

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Post by Cassieboo » 4 months ago

DanTheMan wrote:
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The streaming industry is becoming ridiculous but quite frankly I usually only want certain shows/movies anyway & Disney+ will have most of them. I've also played with the idea of going back to buying physical media again :lol:
I actually would love to have physical media, and maybe one day will start building that up. :lol:

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Post by Princess MeowsePad » 4 months ago

I dislike physical media simply because I always seem to figure out a way to scratch it up or break it.
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Post by Cassieboo » 4 months ago

Princess MeowsePad wrote:
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I dislike physical media simply because I always seem to figure out a way to scratch it up or break it.
That's true :(

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Post by DanTheMan » 4 months ago

I think, at least some, physical media come with a digital version as well. I've never taken advantage of this in the past but may be worth looking into.

Alternatively just purchasing digital versions of TV shows/movies may be a cost saving option.

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Post by Princess MeowsePad » 4 months ago

I've never seen physical media that includes a digital copy before, at least in the case of movies and music. :O
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Post by Cmdr Data » 3 months ago

I'm going to wait to see the full line up before making a decision. If it contains shows like Jake the Dragon and Lilo and Stitch (TV Show), I might invest for a month to try it out. We have many of the Disney movies we enjoy though so I'm hesitant to spend more money on it.

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Post by Princess MeowsePad » 3 months ago

Cmdr Data wrote:
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I'm going to wait to see the full line up before making a decision. If it contains shows like Jake the Dragon and Lilo and Stitch (TV Show), I might invest for a month to try it out. We have many of the Disney movies we enjoy though so I'm hesitant to spend more money on it.
I used to have a ton of Disney movies, but most of them were on VHS. I never re-purchased most of them on DVD or Blu-Ray.
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Post by slooroo » 3 months ago

Oh Disney has things to watch besides those teenage girl sitcoms? How dare they rip off Dan Schneider.

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