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Old 02-27-2013, 03:53 AM   #1
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I've noticed the last couple of Universal Picture titles I've rented from Netflix have been retail versions of the movie instead of the word "rental" being branded on the disc. Is Universal going to be doing this from now on? According to Netflix when they release The Man With The Iron Fists in 2 weeks that it'll be the rated/unrated version of the blu ray disc availiable.
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I think Netflix is just buying retail versions of Universal's movies.

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I think Netflix is just buying retail versions of Universal's movies.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/0...n_2426676.html
This story talks about the streaming
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I've noticed the last couple of Universal Picture titles I've rented from Netflix have been retail versions of the movie instead of the word "rental" being branded on the disc. Is Universal going to be doing this from now on? According to Netflix when they release The Man With The Iron Fists in 2 weeks that it'll be the rated/unrated version of the blu ray disc availiable.
I rented End of Watch, a 2013 Blu-ray release, from Blockbuster by Mail and to my surprise I received the retail version. It was strange because previous rentals and for movies released 2012 or prior I had always received the rental version. Hmm, I should see how the next Universal release is handled by Blockbuster or Netflix. By the way, does Netflix have a 28 day delay with Universal (Blockbuster doesn't).
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